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Understand the Canada PR process in detail and use it to your advantage

by Nationwide V. Visa Consultant

Is Immigration to Canada is one of the top priorities in your to do list? Do you feel immense peer pressure to go to Canada and find yourself a nice job just like your friends did?

Do your parents always complain that you are not serious about your career? 

If that is the case, now probably is the time when you should seriously think about Canada immigration. Let me help you understand the Canada PR process

The first step is to determine which program you should choose for your Canada permanent resident application.

The second step is to check your eligibility for the program. 

The third step is putting together all the information and documents that will be required to be submitted with your Canada PR application.

The fourth step is creating your Express Entry profile. After that, you have to wait for your Invitation to Apply (ITA) for Canada PR Visa application.

In this step, if you’re invited to apply for Canada PR visa, then you will be required to submit the required documents for your Canada PR visa application

If Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) are satisfied with your application, they will issue you Canada PR. If not, they will get back to you with instructions on what information is required and how to submit it.

The key is to keep every document ready that you possibly expect to be asked to provide. Being ready with the information will minimize the last minute trouble.

For example, get your educational credential assessment (ECA) done as soon as possible. It is done to check if your educational qualification from a foreign institute is equivalent to the Canadian educational standards. Similarly, take your language test early on as the test results will be required at a later stage. Note that language test is compulsory to seek Canada PR. It is required to establish that you have adequate language proficiency to lead a comfortable social life in Canada after you move there as a permanent resident. English and French are the two official languages of Canada. You must have language proficiency in at least one of these two to be eligible for Canada PR. The Canada PR process time via the Express Entry program is 6-8 months. 

Now, let me give you brief information about the Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS). If you are a Canada PR candidate, you must get familiar with this as it essentially is your gateway to Canada as a permanent resident. This highly competitive ranking system ranks immigration candidates based on a number of each candidate’s personal factors, the primary ones are:

  • Age

  • Language proficiency in Canada’s official languages i.e. English and French

  • Level of education, considers education completed in and out of Canada 

  • Work experience that includes both – the experience in and out of Canada

  • Arranged job offer in Canada

  • Adaptability that considers your likelihood of settling comfortably in Canada

CRS has a maximum of 1200 points. The candidates who have the highest CRS score are issued Invitation to Apply (ITA) for Canada PR Visa. Therefore, you must try to have as high a CRS score as possible.

Sometimes, it may be discouraging for candidates who are unable to get an ITA due to their CRS score not meeting the cut-off score. They will need professional assistance with increasing their CRS score. 

For such candidates, professional help is available from Nationwide Visas. Call us at +91 92 92 92 92 81 for free consultation. You can also write to us at info@nationwidevisas.com and expect a response within 24 working hours. We are a reputed name in the field of Canada immigration and it will be an honour for us to be of help in fulfilling your dream Canada.


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