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Immigration as a permanent resident

Canada and the United States are amiable neighbors. After the immigration laws of the United States have been congealed, many immigrants consider it a safe option to migrate to Canada.

Canada has opened doors for foreign skilled workers with the Express Entry (EE) system. An eligible candidate can apply for any of the three EE programs – Federal Skilled Worker program, Federal Skilled Trades Program and the Canadian Experience Class.

Here are the three steps required to enlist for the Express Entry (EE) program.

Eligibility

The first step is to learn the eligibility criteria of the immigration programs. The next step is to select a suitable province or territory. Please note that each province has unique immigration rules and eligibility criteria.

APT Immigration Experts perform technical evaluations for aspirants. Based on your technical evaluation report, we suggest the best province that suits your profile.

Choose immigration program

The Canadian Express Entry (EE) process is classified into three programs - Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP), Federal Skilled Trades Program (FSTP) and Canadian Experience Class (CEC).

Investing in a Canadian business is another way to reside in Canada. Our business advisors evaluate your profile and shortlist the best immigration program based on your age, language proficiency, qualification and work experience.

Preparing

Each program has unique requirements and eligibility criteria. For instance, Canada has two official languages – English and French. To confirm that candidates meet the language benchmark, they are required to provide internationally recognized language-test reports. A proof of funds declaration is necessary for the process.

APT Immigration consultants guide the aspirants at every step of their immigration process. Contact our immigration consultants for a free assessment of your profile.

IMMIGRATION AS A PERMANENT RESIDENT

APT immigration services assists applicants with the paperwork for the Express Entry (EE) program. Click on our free assessment to get started.