Canada offers many pathways to immigration including study permits with a view to eventually immigrating, business immigration programs, skilled workers through Express Entry, Family Class Sponsorships, among others.
A common thread that runs through all these programs is the potential for mistakes that lead to refusal.
The most common mistakes include:
1. Misrepresentation – Sometimes the desire to succeed pushes an applicant to overstate or outright misrepresent certain aspects of the application such as employment history, travel history, or relatives in Canada. It is never a good idea to overstate or misrepresent the facts. Not only will your application be refused, but you could be barred from re-applying for up to five years.
2. Settlement funds – All applicants must show that they are financially able to support themselves and their dependents (if applicable) for their first six months in Canada. Failure to properly documents transferrable funds that satisfy the minimum requirement will lead to refusal of the application.
3. Non-correlated information – Applicants are required to clearly document their employment history, residential history, and international travels. If there is misalignment between any of these categories, it can lead to refusal of the application.
3. Security and Medical Checks – Applications are sometimes refused on a security or medical basis.
The Express Entry system draws from a pool of candidates that may be eligible to immigrate to Canada, and to be chosen from the pool and receive an Invitation to Apply (ITA) an applicant must have an elevated CRS score.
The Comprehensive Ranking System
The CRS is a points driven system whereby points accumulate based on an applicant’s profile allowing the applicant to be ranked. The following is a list of the maximum points per factor that can be applied to a profile:
Factor Points with Spouse Points without Spouse
Age 100 110
Education 140 150
Experience 70 80
Minimum points to qualify for an ITA
The minimum number of points required to qualify (but NOT guaranteed) for an ITA varies and changes depending on the number of applicants and the number of available ITAs offered by the Government.
As of August 2020, the minimum CRS is thought to be between 460 and 470 but again keep in mind that this will vary and is open to interpretation. Obviously the higher an applicant’s CRS score, the better chance an the applicant will have to receive an ITA.
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Welcome to Dream Destination Canada, the most reliable platform to start your immigration process. As we know, the maple leaf country Canada is the land of great beauty and a plethora of opportunities invariably alluring the immigrants to settle in. There are various mediums through which the country invites immigrants from different backgrounds and multiple purposes. All these immigrants, with different skill sets, contribute to the country’s economy positively. At DDC, we make your dream to settle in Canada come true.
Permanent Resident Visa
Keeping in mind, the awe that you have of entering into an immigration process, we offer experts who help you get there. Under the guidance of industries expert – Mr. Paul Abraham, Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant (RCIC), the complicated procedure breaks down to manageable steps through which we take you to live your dream in Canada. Immigration through Express Entry Program AKA Skilled Based Program
Step-1 Profile Competency evaluation
(The Candidate will be evaluated based on 5 Parameters)
Language Proficiency (English/French)
Step-2 Express Entry Pool
Creating an Applicant’s Profile on EE Pool, that remains active for one year.
Categorisation of the Applicant’s profile based on CRS (Comprehensive Ranking System).
If the Applicant’s CRS would be found equal to or more than the minimum CRS prescribed by the Federal Govt. of Canada, s/he would get the ITA (Invitation to Apply).
Step-3 Invitation to Apply (ITA)
If found suitable, the Applicant will get the Invitation to Apply (ITA) for the PR, by the Govt. of Canada.
Step-4 Application for PR
The applicants have 60 days to reply to the ITA.
We guide them in preparing their documents and the final interview with the immigration authorities.
Step-5 Visa Application
The last and final step is for the candidate is to approach the Canadian embassy and apply for the PR Visa.
We at Dream Destination Canada have been an experienced player in the industry, and hence with our experience and highly qualified team make your dream come true. From Psychological assistance to moral support, we stand firm with our customers to make their journey of joy begin.