Why the Express Entry is the best way to Canada

Canada Express Entry

Why the Express Entry is the best way to Canada

Canadian immigration is an extensive and complex process altogether especially if you are looking forward to immigrate to Canada without having an idea of where to start. People generally do not have much time to go through all the immigration visas and programs to figure out which one is best for them. At Paul Abraham Immigration Consultant , we make the job easier and more convenient for you. Generally, people are aware of the most popular immigration program known as the Express Entry system, which is by far, the fastest ways to immigrate to Canada. Here’s how-

Express Entry Program has an average visa application process time of 6 months and you can apply online making it easily accessible for those who want to apply for permanent residence from anywhere in the world. There are three Federal Immigration Programs to choose from based on your age, language ability, education, skills and work experience:

  • Federal Skilled Worker Program
  • Federal Skilled Trade Program
  • Canadian Experience Class

One of the best features of the Express Entry system is that you only have to create an online profile once for the entire year and you’ll automatically be entered into the Express Entry draw which takes place every two weeks. Also, your profile stays active in the express entry pool for 1 year.

Express Entry program is also considered to be the most popular program, because It was the first immigration program to use skills and points to assess the eligibility of individuals willing to immigrate to Canada.

Our RCIC, Mr. Paul Abraham, has been a player in the particular aspect. Thus, he is the best person to guide you through the entire process. PAIC team takes care of your immigration application from the scratch till the end. Please visit our website for the better guidance.

All legal advice during the process are provided by the Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant. PAIC is an authorized agency of the RCIC. PAIC is not affiliated with the Canadian Government directly.

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