Canada’s most common immigration schemes use the online Express Entry system to cope with applications. There are three plans that use Express Entry: the Canadian Experience Class, the Federal Skilled Worker Program, and the Federal Skilled Trades Program. PNP applicants in the Express Entry group have already qualified for one of these line-ups. They then applied for a nomination from a province and got it, which raised their score by 600 points.
Express Entry uses a points-based system, the Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS), to rank candidates’ profiles. The top-scoring applicants obtain an Invitation to Apply (ITA), and can then apply for permanent residency.
Afterward, an IRCC officer evaluate the application and makes a pronouncement. Biometrics are then requested and the officer may set up an interview or ask for more documents.
If the application is accepted, IRCC shares a Confirmation of Permanent Residence (COPR) with the applicant. Accepted permanent residents can then complete the application process. If they not residing in Canada, they can access pre-arrival amenities to help them with the first stages for moving to Canada.