QUESTIONS YOU MUST ANSWER BEFORE WE CAN PROCEED WITH YOUR CASE
1) Why do you want to immigrate out of your country?
2) Why did you pick Canada ?
3) When did you decide you wanted to Immigrate to Canada ?
4) Have you and your family thought about the sacrifice it will take to Immigrate to Canada ?
5) Relocation is a very costly endeavor, have you thought well about the process and how do you intend to fund your relocation ?
6) You will be leaving a big part of your family, support, friends, colleagues and network behind, how do you intend to build that once you arrive in Canada ?
7) Do you already have friends or a network in Canada that is not a direct member of your family(Parent or sibling) that will serve as your guide and support upon arriving in Canada ?
8) What will you do to earn a living once you get to Canada ?
Six selection factors – Federal Skilled Worker Program (Express Entry)
We use selection factor points to help assess your eligibility for the Federal Skilled Worker Program. We’ll assess your selection factors and assign an overall score out of 100.
If you score 67 points or higher, you may qualify for the Federal Skilled Worker Program. If you meet the other requirements too, you can submit a profile to the Express Entry pool. Once you’re in the Express Entry pool If you score lower than 67 points, you won’t qualify for the program.
You may be able to get a higher score by doing things like:
• improving your language skills
• completing another degree, diploma, or certificate
• receiving an offer of arranged employment in Canada Language skills (maximum 28 points)
•Education (maximum 25 points)
•Work experience (maximum 15 points)
•Age (maximum 12 points)
•Arranged employment in Canada (maximum 10 points) •Adaptability (maximum 10 points)
About The Author
Olayinka Ogundipe is a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant with Arborway Immigration Inc a Canadian Immigration Firm located in the GTA. He is a member in good standing with The Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (ICCRC), which is the Canadian government mandated supervisory, licensing and regulatory body for all Canadian Immigration Consultants and also an Ontario appointed Commissioner of Affidavit on Immigration, Citizenship and Refugee matters.