The Express Entry system is used to manage the following three economic immigration programs: the Canadian Experience class, the Federal Skilled Trades class and the Federal Skilled Workers class.

Interested applicants complete their Express Entry profile providing information on their skills, work experience, language ability, education and other details.

Your spouse / common – law partner will also be able to collect points. Depending on the situation, it is recommendable to have your spouse/common-law partner apply as the principal applicant.


Those who meet the requirements of one of the programs listed above will enter the pool of candidates.

Unless exempt, job offers must be accompanied by a LMIA.

Candidates will be ranked against others in the pool using the Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS). Under CRS, points are awarded using the information in their profile relating to a job offer, a nomination from a province or territory, and skills and experience factors.

However, getting into the Express Entry pool doesn’t mean that you will be invited to apply for permanent residence. If you are invited to apply you still have to meet all eligibility and admissibility requirements under Canada’s immigration law.

The highest ranking candidates will receive an invitation to apply. Note that each invitation round has different instructions that are posted online at the time of the invitation round and used by the Express Entry system to invite candidates from the pool.

If someone is invited to apply, they will have 90 days to submit an online application for Permanent Residency.


Express Entry Assessment

Based on the information you provide us with, we will assess your profile and calculate the points you will be awarded under the Express Entry system. We will also inform you if you qualify for the Canadian Experience class, the Federal Skilled Trades class or the Federal Skilled Workers class.

Application for Permanent Residency

Once we determined your eligibility for one of the above mentioned programs, we will create your profile and process your application for Permanent Residency. We will also assist you with the necessary educational credential assessments and keep your profile updated at all times.

We will make sure that your work experience is being registered under the correct National Occupation Classification code, a matrix used by the Canadian government to assess and evaluate applicant’s job experience against Canadian standards.

This ensures you and your spouse / common – law partner receive the highest possible score for your application. We will accompany you every step of the way, from the first assessment to the confirmation of your family’s Permanent Residency.

If you require more information on Canadian Permanent Residency, please do our Canadian immigration assessment or contact us for a consultation!