Know about Canada Express Entry Expenses

Whenever new reforms are made, new changes take place. However, it is not imperative that every change revolves around benefits, but if those changes are carefully planned, and their entire pro and cons are evaluated, anticipated and calculated according to the need, then such change becomes unprecedented.

The same has happened this year in Canada. The Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC), the governing body authorized to deal with all the immigration issues, has introduced a new programme, Express Entry or Expression of Interest (EoI).

This program will lead to greater engagement of people willing to move to foreign land with Canada. As this programme is extremely immigrant-friendly, and it believes in swift processing of documents and other legal formalities, under this system, immigrants move faster, and in a way that is free from any hassles whatsoever.

So, if you are also willing to move to this country this year, satiate your acumen regarding Canadian immigration with this piece as it encapsulates 2015 Canada Express Entry expenses and other details that you need to know about Express Entry.

Background

If one asks about Express Entry, then a question will pop in the head what it is? Under this immigration programme, there is no first-come-first-serve basis. Rather, Express Entry entails skill assessment and seeks adept professionals.

Under this unprecedented immigration programme, you can move to the country through three programmes: Federal Skilled Workers Programme (FSWP), Federal Skilled Trades Programme ((FSTP)) and Canadian Experience class (CEC). All these programs require just 6 months for processing and approval, and within this time period, you are apprised regarding your credibility towards movement.

Hence, you don’t have to wait for one full year to figure-out that whether you can move. In the first place, all you will need is just 6 months.

Next Step

Once you want to go for the Express Entry for movement, the first and foremost thing that you need to do is make a profile on the Express Entry website. Once you log into their website, then a window will appear that will assess your eligibilities and match it with the parameters that are set in the Express Entry profile.

If everything goes fine, then your name will appear in the Express Entry Pool. It is the summing up of all those individual applicants that have been eligible for movement. From there all those individuals–who are distinct when it comes to occupation list, educational qualification, experience and adaptability–will reach the next level and enter the Canadian Job bank.

It is a forum that harbors all the skilled professionals who can satiate the requirement of the economy. From there, potential and present employers will sponsor those individuals who can make a difference for the economy even as they will be sponsored by the employers based in different provinces who are picking them. Once they get sponsored, then as soon as they reach the Maple Leaf Country, they can apply for Permanent Residency (PR), and it will just take 60 days for getting everything processed.

Canada Express Entry Expenses

The expenses of Canada Express Entry program stands like this:

Number of Family Members Amount in Canadian Dollar
1 $11,931
2 $14,853
3 $18,260
4 $22,170
5 $25,145
6 $28,359
7 or more $31,574

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