Only accepted tests for express entry are, For English is CELPIP: Canadian English Language Proficiency Index Program – CELPIP-General, IELTS: International English Language Testing System – General Training and For French are TEF Canada Test, TCF Canada .
To get full points for having more than 1 credential you should have at least 1 of the credentials must be for a program of 3 or more years in length and you need a valid educational credential assessment (ECA) for each credential.
There are many different ways that one can qualify themselves and their family for Canadian permanent residency. In fact, there are multiple categories of Canadian immigration. The best way to proceed is to have a qualified expert assess your qualification for a Canada immigration visa.
No. The key factor from selection from pool is to be amongst candidates based on there CRS rank and as far the job is concerned your priority should be get into the Express Entry Pool and submitted your profile into Canada Job bank and let the opportunities unfold.
Canada job bank offers opportunity for the skilled Candidates to connect with the recruiters and employers in a systematic fashion. After the application is successfully submitted into the express entry pool, a personal number is issued. Your resume is submitted along with your personal reference number in the job bank which opens your profile to be showcased and selected by Canadian recruiters and employers.
The Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) is a points-based system that is used to assess and score a candidate’s profile to rank them in the Express Entry pool. Candidates are assessed by the following factors skills, work experience, Language and Educational Qualifications.
Applying for a visa can take time. Once all the required documents, forms and applications have been submitted, it usually takes up to eight months for the completion of the process, and in some cases even more.