The IRCC (Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada) introduced the Canadian Experience Class program in 2008 with the goal of allowing skilled employees from various nations to acquire permanent residency status in the country. CEC (Canadian Experience Class) has become one of the country’s most popular immigration routes for qualified employees. The government also refers to it as an enormous achievement in the nation, owing to the fact that it provides numerous chances for skilled immigrants.
The IRCC manages skilled worker applications for three categories, including the Canadian Experience Class, using Express Entry.
To be qualified for this, you must satisfy the minimum requirement or eligibility requirements for CEC. Once you are qualified, you must complete a formal Express Entry application on the IRCC’s website. Once you submit your biography, it will be included in a survey in which Express Entry will issue permanent resident offers to applicants with the best CRS ratings.
If you receive an invitation, you can then apply for a Permanent Residency in this program.
According to the Canadian National Occupational Classification (NOC), skilled work experience means:
Candidates are also required to meet the minimum language level of: