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Canada Immigration Eligibility

  1. Do I qualify for Canadian permanent resident status?

    In order to find out if you qualify, refer to our guide on the current Canadian immigration Selection Criteria, or complete a free eligibility report which will tell you your score, and will give you the opportunity to obtain a detailed scoring report at no charge.


  2. Does my spouse or partner and children have to qualify independently?

    No, immediate family members such as a spouse, common-law partner, and dependent children can be included in your application. Such family members will not be required to separately qualify as long as the principal applicant meets the 67 point pass mark.


  3. What is the best way of ensuring success of my case?

    The best way to make sure that you submit a successful application is to ensure that your estimated score is accurate, and to document all aspects of your application thoroughly. Emigrant.ca provides its members with a detailed report prior to the submission of their case, verifying that the application information supports a score which will enable them to succeed in the Canada immigration process. In addition, members are provided with personalized documentation reports which advise them on the complete application materials that they should submit to support the information being submitted.


  4. What is the National Occupational Classification (NOC)?

    The National Occupational Classification provides definitions of all occupations which are eligible, as well as those occupations which are considered ineligible for immigration to Canada in the skilled worker program as a principal applicant. When you complete your free instant assessment, Emigrant.ca provides you with the opportunity to obtain a detailed assessment report which contains the NOC codes and definitions for the occupation or occupations that you have referred to having experience in. Knowing these NOC codes and definitions can be critical to submitting an accurate Personal History, and for drafting of appropriate letters of reference which can optimize your chance of getting a selection interview waived.

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