Since January 2015, Canada has merged all federal categories of skilled immigrants into the Fast Track system, which differs from the previous immigration system in that applicants are required to enter the pool first to express their intent to immigrate, and then submit a formal immigration application after their scores reach the invitation line.
Entering the pool is only one step in the fast-track immigration process that is not too difficult, and if the invitation score is not reached, you can get extra points with the employer sponsored score.
Assessment of client qualifications
Meet one year of 0 A B full-time work experience, obtain G IELTS score (valid for two years)
Enter Pool for scoring
After assessment by professional consultant, enter EE scoring system CRS scoring
Receive government invitation and maple leaf card
On average, the government will issue invitations to applicants who meet the score every two weeks.
Wait for up to six months after submitting the application documents to become a PR and get a maple leaf card!