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FAQ’S: Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

Canada has Started this Express Entry Program in 2015. The purpose of launching the Express Entry program was to attract Skilled professionals to fulfill the Labour Skilled Shortage. IRCC will access your Eligibility based on a few factors like age, education, Experience, Language, Adaptability. The minimum Eligibility score is 67 Points/100. If you are meeting these points you are eligible to apply for Express Entry Program.
Every province has its own Eligibility & nomination Criteria. However, few provinces linked their program with Express Entry. The first requirement for the Provincial Nominee program is "Your Occupation Should be in Demand List of the Province" & you are meeting with cut-off points. Either you must have a valid job offer from that province. Once you get the nomination letter from the Province you will be awarded 600 additional points that will help to get the final approval for Permanent Residency.
Yes, Canada offers a wide range of immigration programs. Depending upon your Eligibility & Budget you can apply for a family PR. Here are some options: Provincial Nominee Program, Start-Up Visa, C11 Visa, Entrepreneur Program.
As per the IRCC guidelines, Depends age must be below 22 years. You have to file a student visa for your child.
Due to the high volume of applications and backlogs, there is no specific timeline to process the PR applications. However, IRCC is working to standardize the application process timeline & will process the PR applications within 6 months.
Australia General Skilled Program eligibility is 65/100 Points. The eligibility factors are almost the same as in Canada. But Australia doesn't have any CRS ranking system. Home Affairs of Australia issued the nomination based on your scoring. If you have the highest score, definitely you can get your Invite for Australia PR.
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