60,000 Immigrants Profiles has been Recorded in Canada Express Entry Program

60,000 Immigrants Profiles has been Recorded in Canada Express Entry ProgramDean Jorgenson, Employer liaison officer of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada, reported that Canada’s Express Entry Program has 60,000 immigrants profile. The Express Entry Program was launched for employers in Canada to hire foreign skilled workers easily. This program helps foreign talent to migrate to Canada in order to earn a living. The program works under applications of different types of visas such as Federal skilled Trade Program Visa, Canadian Experience Class Visa, Federal Skilled Worker Program and some other types of provincial programs. According to Jorgenson, the system of Express Entry System is much advanced than the earlier system which was based on the First Arrival – First Exit Scheme. On further explanation Mr. Jorgenson said that the Express Entry Program is completely digital which means the applications of candidates can be processed easily using different resources. This system is much faster than the earlier system and also candidates applying through LMIA mode would not have to pay the processing fee. The Express Entry System demands to create a profile online with the information of candidates like education, basic personal details, age and information about the current job if any. Points are allotted to the candidate on this basis. Up to 1,200 points can be awarded and then their application is recorded in job bank of Canada. This gives data to employer in Canada to choose the right candidate. Top ranked candidates are further invited to apply for permanent residency (PR) in Canada. According to Mr. Dean Jorgenson 54,000 people have been invited to apply for the permanent residency from the date of launch of Express Entry System. The system is basically for those who need a permanent residency for permanent jobs. These jobs can be technical, management and other skilled trades. The government of Canada is focusing upon the partly skilled workers now for the future purposes.

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