Canadian Experience Class
You can apply for Canada's Permanent Residence programme through the Canadian Experience Class Immigration Program if you have at least one year of Canadian work experience or have studied for a year in Canada. Your profile must also be submitted to the Express Entry Pool for this programme.
CEC is a programme created for permanent residents who have Canadian work experience earned under a temporary work permit. Because temporary foreign employees are likely already integrated into Canadian society and have established support networks, they can easily convert to permanent residence and citizenship.
Before applying, the applicant must have completed at least one year of skilled job experience in Canada within the previous three years. Work experience should be either full-time or part-time in nature. It is critical that the candidate have earned work experience while legally working in Canada.
The Canadian Experience Class is for Skilled workers who have worked in Canada and desire to stay in the country permanently.
NOTE: Your expert work experience must have included compensated employment, such as salary or commissions. Volunteer work and unpaid internships are not included.
You can work more or less than 15 hours per week for part-time work as long as it totals 1,560 hours. To earn the hours you need to apply, you can work more than one part-time job.
meet the required language levels needed for your job for each language ability
The applicant’s ability to listen, speak, read & write will be assessed. The applicant must make sure that he/she meets the minimum language level of
The Canadian Experience Class has no educational requirements.
If you wish to increase your Express Entry pool ranking for immigration purposes, there are two options.
You can get points for a certificate, diploma, or degree from a Canadian if you went to school there:
Some people are not permitted to enter Canada. According to Canadian immigration rules, they are "inadmissible."
If you meet the following criteria, a Canadian immigration officer will determine whether you are eligible to enter Canada:
When applying for a visa or an Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA), or when arriving at a port of entry.
NOTE: You must plan to live outside the province of Quebec. The province of Quebec selects its own skilled workers. If you plan on living in Quebec, see Quebec-selected skilled workers for more information.
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