加拿大快速通道系统重大调整 Significant Changes to Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) for Express Entry Immigration System

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2016年 EE 新评分标准下,雇主 offer 基本只能加 50 分(不再是 600 分),但不再与以前一样必须要求获得 LMIA ,只要在加拿大为同一雇主合法工作1年以上大部分都符合加分条件,这样就给了那些北美自由贸易协定下的工作,公司内部 transfer,访问学者在加拿大合法工作1年后就有机会获得雇主offer加分。

毕业后开放工作签证,配偶开放工作签证等开放工签及 ICE 体验加拿大项目类别申请人没有 LMIA 的话当前无法加雇主 offer 分数,符合工作经验要求的可以按 CEC 经验类移民申请 EE。他们如果需要获得雇主offer加分需要申请 LMIA 。

加拿大EE进一步像已经在加拿大工作1年的申请人倾斜,她/他们不仅可以满足 FSW 或 CEC 等 EE 类别,同时分数上也更占优势。

EE CRS 的另一个改变是加拿大学历可以获得额外15或30分加分,增加了有加拿大留学经历的申请人获邀概率,政策继续向有加拿大学历的申请人倾斜。

附件里是飞出国总结的不同雅思,不同学历,不同工作经验申请人的 Express Entry CRS 分数分布,对境外没有加拿大学历和工作的申请人来说,本科学历要达到 370 分已经很不容易,硕士博士学历要达到 400 分也不容易,大部分境外申请人还是需要通过省提名加600分的方式获得 EE ITA 邀请。

加拿大EE分数分布(2015年评分标准)-飞出国:EE-2015-points-flyabroad.xlsx (862.3 KB)。

更多加拿大 2016 年快速通道评分标准变化细节介绍参考飞出国资讯网站:


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请问副申是加拿大学历加分吗?


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Improvements to Express Entry on the way

加拿大移民部网站发布相关消息:

November 14, 2016—Ottawa, ON—Changes to Express Entry, which will take effect on November 19, are part of a number of improvements the Government is making on a continual basis to bring changes for a more fair and responsive immigration system that will address emerging needs and ensure long-term economic growth for the middle class.

Improvements include awarding points for job offers to eligible candidates already in Canada on Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) exempt work permits, and to international students who completed their studies in Canada. In addition, more time will be allocated to candidates to submit an application for permanent residence once an invitation to apply is received.

These improvements to Express Entry support the Global Skills Strategy, contribute to Canada’s economic growth, drive innovation leading to new businesses, and assists employers in meeting labour market needs.

Highly skilled immigrants, such as those who come through the Express Entry system, help strengthen Canada’s competitiveness in the global marketplace and are able to quickly contribute to Canada’s economy and society. They help create jobs, spur innovation and provide opportunities that benefit Canada’s middle class.

http://news.gc.ca/web/article-en.do?mthd=index&crtr.page=1&nid=1153429


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飞出国:加拿大移民部官方公布了 2016 年秋天移民部关于 Express Entry 调整的讨论背景。

  • EE Job Offer 加分(飞出国:原先必须有 LMIA ,分数 600):
    • 已经在加拿大基于豁免 LMIA 的 job offer 工作一年
    • 将原先的获得永久居民后需要提供永久 job offer 改为只需要再工作1年
    • job offer 分数大大降低后那些自身条件好但没有 job offer 的优质申请人获邀机会大增
  • 加拿大学历加分(飞出国:原先加拿大学历没有额外加分):
    • 1-2年高等学历15分
    • 3年以上本硕博学位或3年以上的证书专业课程(技工类)30分
  • 获邀后递交签证资料的时间宽限到 90 天(飞出国:原先60天)。

Express Entry improvements

Targeted improvements to the Express Entry system are being made on November 19, 2016. Supporting Canada’s Global Skills Strategy, the changes will help better attract some of the best minds in the world, including former international students, experienced professionals and talented workers who will strengthen Canada’s competitiveness in the global marketplace.

Immigrants with skills and experience are able to quickly contribute to the Canadian economy and society, helping create jobs, spur innovation and strengthen diversity in our communities.

After November 19, 2016

Job offers

On November 19, 2016, the points awarded by the CRS for a job offer will change in three ways:

Points will be awarded for job offers of eligible candidates here on LMIA exempt work permits.

Many people in Canada temporarily on an employer specific LMIA-exempt work permit, but who want to stay in Canada permanently, will no longer need to get an LMIA to be awarded job offer points by the CRS. This includes candidates who are here under the North America Free Trade Agreement, a federal-provincial agreement, Mobilité Francophone, or who are intra-company transferees. The candidates must meet certain criteria, such as at least one year of work experience from the same employer who is providing their job offer.

Job offers will only need to be a minimum of one year in duration once they receive permanent residence.

By changing the job offer requirement from permanent to one year means that more highly skilled candidates working in contract-based industries will have a higher likelihood of receiving an invitation to apply for permanent residence.

Points awarded for job offers will be reduced.

A total of 50 points will be awarded to candidates with a valid job offer in a National Occupational Classification (NOC) 0, A or B occupation, while a total of 200 points will be awarded to candidates with a valid job offer in a NOC 00 occupation.

The number of points awarded for a job offer, often made it hard for highly skilled candidates without job offers to get an invitation to apply. This change means Canada will now welcome more highly skilled candidates whose skills and experience will help support and grow our economy.

The change in points for job offers will now also better recognize the skills and experience required for the job, together with the value that it brings to the economy.

Education

On November 19, 2016, points will be awarded by the CRS for education obtained in Canada in the following way:

Points will be awarded for study in Canada above high school.

The CRS will award 15 points for a one- or two-year diploma or certificate and 30 points for a degree, diploma or certificate of three years or longer including a Master’s, professional or doctoral degree.

With these changes, more former international students will be able to transition to permanent residence using the Express Entry system. Former international students are a key source of candidates in Express Entry because of their age, education, skills and experience. In addition to the time already spent in Canada, integrating into Canadian society permanently will be easier because they will have established social networks and familiarized themselves with life in Canada.

Applications

On November 19, 2016, applications will be treated in the following way:

Candidates will have 90 days to complete an application for permanent residence if they get an invitation to apply. This will give candidates more time to gather all the required documentation and submit a complete application.

http://news.gc.ca/web/article-en.do?nid=1153419


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Ministerial Instructions for the Express Entry Application Management System

Notice: Amendments will be made to the Ministerial Instructions for the Express Entry Application Management System and will come into force on November 19, 2016. The Ministerial Instructions will be modified to:

  • Remove the Labour Market Impact Assessment requirement for certain qualifying job offers to receive Comprehensive Ranking System points.
  • Change the Comprehensive Ranking System points for a job offer:
    • 50 points for a valid job offer in a National Occupational Classification 0, A or B occupation
    • 200 points for a valid job offer in a National Occupational Classification major group 00 occupation
  • Reduce the employment duration for a job offer from indeterminate to a minimum of one year from the time a visa for permanence residence is issued
  • Add Comprehensive Ranking System points for Canadian educational credentials:
    • 15 points for a one-or two-year diploma or certificate
    • 30 points for a degree, diploma or certificate of three years or longer, or a Master’s, professional or doctoral degree
  • Extend the period to submit an application for permanence residence once invited to apply from 60 days to 90 days

For consistency and clarity, the Ministerial Instructions were also modified as follows:

  • To replace the term “Job Bank” by its legal name “Job Bank for Job Seekers” as well as ESDC by “Canada Employment Insurance Commission”;
  • To indicate that the validity period for spouse language test results is two years;
  • To clarify that 25 or 50 Comprehensive Ranking System points are assigned to candidates with a Master’s degree, a Doctoral degree, or an entry-to-practice professional degree and Canadian work experience or good first official language proficiency;
  • To reflect recent regulatory changes implementing an improved employer compliance framework;
  • To clarify that the work for the purpose of being assigned Comprehensive Ranking System points in Express Entry for work experience, Canadian or foreign, requires that wages were paid or a commission was earned;
  • To clarify that candidates must meet the requirements of one of the federal economic programs subject to Express Entry to meet the Minimum Entry Criteria; and,
  • Specify that if a candidate claims job offer points, officers have the authority to assess whether the candidate is able to perform and is likely to accept and carry out the arranged employment.

http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/department/mi/express-entry.asp?_ga=1.177863461.1493717071.1433150585


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Ministerial Instructions amending the Ministerial Instructions respecting the Express Entry system, 2016-1

Note: These amendments to the ministerial instructions come into force on November 19, 2016.

The Minister of Citizenship and Immigration, pursuant to section 10.3 of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act, gives the annexed Ministerial Instructions Amending the Ministerial Instructions Respecting the Express Entry System, 2016-1.

Ottawa, October 21, 2016
John McCallum

Minister of Citizenship and Immigration

Ministerial Instructions Amending the Ministerial Instructions Respecting the Express Entry System, 2016-1

Amendments

1. The definition qualifying offer of arranged employment in section 1 of the Ministerial Instructions Respecting the Express Entry SystemFootnote 1 is replaced by the following:

qualifying offer of arranged employment means any offer of employment referred to in subsection 29(2). (offre d’emploi réservé admissible)

2. Sections 3 to 6 of the Instructions are replaced by the following:

Electronic system

3 (1) The Express Entry System of the Department of Citizenship and Immigration is the electronic system that is to be used by a foreign national, subject to subsection (3), to submit an expression of interest for the purpose of subsection 10.1(3) of the Act and is to be used by the Minister to process expressions of interest under section 10.2 of the Act.

Functions of electronic system

(2) In addition to the functions referred to in subsection (1), the Express Entry System is to be used

  • (a) to create the express entry pool which contains the expressions of interest submitted by foreign nationals;
  • (b) to notify any foreign national who has an expression of interest in the express entry pool of matters relating to their expression of interest, including
    • (i) whether the foreign national meets the requirements of subsection 5(1),
    • (ii) the number of points assigned to the foreign national under the Comprehensive Ranking System, and
    • (iii) whether the foreign national has been issued an invitation;
  • © for the purpose of the Comprehensive Ranking System referred to in section 8, including to determine
    • (i) the rank of the foreign national relative to other foreign nationals, and
    • (ii) whether the foreign national occupies the rank required in order to be issued an invitation;
  • (d) to automatically transfer the information provided by the foreign national in their expression of interest to an electronic application for permanent residence made by the foreign national under section 12.01 of the Regulations, if the foreign national is issued an invitation; and
  • (e) to carry out these Instructions.

Information required

(3) When a foreign national submits an expression of interest, they must provide the Minister with all the information required to process their expression of interest, including

  • (a) the results, which must be less than two years old, of any language test which is approved under subsection 74(3) of the Regulations and provided by an institution or organization designated under that subsection; and
  • (b) if applicable, the results, which must be less than five years old, of any assessment of the equivalency of their educational credentials that has been completed by an organization or institution designated under subsection 75(4) of the Regulations.

Expired results

(4) If, during the period when an expression of interest is in the express entry pool, the results of a language test provided for that expression of interest under paragraph (3)(a) are two or more years old, or if the results of an assessment of equivalency of educational credentials provided for that expression of interest under paragraph (3)(b) are five or more years old, the foreign national is deemed, for the purposes of paragraph 5(1)(a), to no longer be able to meet the requirements of the Regulations that are related to those results.

Expression of interest — submission by other means

(5) If a foreign national is unable to submit an expression of interest by means of the Express Entry System referred to in subsection (1) because of a physical or mental disability, it may be submitted by another means made available by the Department of Citizenship and Immigration for that purpose that would enable the foreign national to submit the expression of interest, including a paper form.

Day and time of receipt

(6) An expression of interest and any notification sent through the Express Entry System is considered to be received on the day and at the time recorded in the Express Entry System.

Express entry pool

4 (1) If a foreign national’s expression of interest demonstrates that they meet the requirements of paragraph 5(1)(a), it is to be included in the express entry pool until the earliest of

  • (a) the day on which the expression of interest demonstrates that the requirements of paragraph 5(1)(a) are no longer met;
  • (b) the day on which the period referred to in paragraph 5(1)(b) expires, if the foreign national was required to meet the requirements of that paragraph and has not done so;
  • © the day that is one year after the day on which the expression of interest was received; and
  • (d) if the Minister issues an invitation,
    • (i) the day on which the foreign national makes an application for a permanent resident visa in response to the invitation, or
    • (ii) the day the period referred to in section 6 expires, if the foreign national has not declined the invitation.

Updates to expression of interest

(2) A foreign national whose expression of interest is in the express entry pool may, at any time before receiving an invitation, update the information in their expression of interest, and the number of points assigned to the foreign national under the Comprehensive Ranking System is to be recalculated accordingly.

Eligibility criteria

5 (1) In order to be eligible to be issued an invitation, a foreign national must

  • (a) if the expression of interest were to be considered an application for a permanent resident visa as a member of one of the classes referred to in paragraphs 2(a) to ©, be able to meet the requirements to be a member of that class as well as the selection criteria and other requirements for receiving a permanent resident visa as a member of that class; and
  • (b) within 30 days after the day on which they submit their expression of interest, register with the Job Bank for Job Seekers of the Canada Employment Insurance Commission, if they do not have a qualifying offer of arranged employment or a nomination certificate issued by the government of a province referred to in paragraph 2(d) under its provincial nominee program express entry stream at the end of that period.

Ability to meet requirements

(2) For the purpose of the issuance of an invitation, the decision as to whether a foreign national meets the requirements of paragraph (1)(a) is made on the basis of the information provided in the expression of interest.

Exception

(3) Despite paragraph (1)(b), a foreign national who is unable to register by means of an electronic system with the Job Bank because of a physical or mental disability is not required to register with that Job Bank to be eligible to be issued an invitation.

Validity period

6 An invitation is valid for the period of time beginning on the day after it is issued by the Minister and ending on the 90th day after that day, and any application for a permanent resident visa in response to that invitation must be made within that period.

3. Subsection 7(1) of the Instructions is replaced by the following:

Personal information

7(1) The Minister may, for the purpose of section 10.4 of the Act and in order to facilitate the registration of foreign nationals with the Job Bank referred to in paragraph 5(1)(b) and the confirmation of their registration, confirm to the Canada Employment Insurance Commission that a specific combination of an express entry profile number and a Job Seeker validation code corresponds to a valid expression of interest.

4. (1) Paragraph 8(1)(d) of the Instructions is replaced by the following:

  • (d) additional factors.

(2) Subparagraph 8(2)(a)(iii) of the Instructions is replaced by the following:

  • (iii) a maximum total of 600 points for additional factors; and

(3) Subparagraph 8(2)(b)(iv) of the Instructions is replaced by the following:

  • (iv) a maximum of 600 points for additional factors.

5. (1) Paragraph 12(2)(b) of the Instructions is replaced by the following:

  • (b) must provide, with respect to those languages, the results of a language test that is approved under subsection 74(3) of the Regulations and provided by an institution or organization designated under that subsection.

(2) Subsection 12(3) of the Instructions is replaced by the following:

Two-year duration

(3) When the results of a language test referred to in paragraph (2)(b) are two or more years old, points cease to be assigned for the language proficiency assessed by that test and the points assigned to the foreign national under the Comprehensive Ranking System is to be adjusted accordingly.

6. Subsection 15(3) of the Instructions is amended by striking out “and” at the end of paragraph (b), by adding “and” at the end of paragraph © and by adding the following after paragraph ©:

  • (d) is remunerated by the payment of wages or a commission.

7. (1) Paragraph 18(2)(b) of the Instructions is replaced by the following:

(b) the foreign national must provide, with respect to their spouse or common-law partner’s first official language, the results of a language test that is approved under subsection 74(3) of the Regulations and provided by an institution or organization designated under that subsection.

(2) Section 18 of the Instructions is amended by adding the following after subsection (2):

Two year duration

(2.1) When the results of a language test referred to in paragraph (2)(b) are two or more years old, points cease to be assigned for the language proficiency assessed by that test and the points assigned to the foreign national under the Comprehensive Ranking System is to be adjusted accordingly.

8. Subsection 19(4) of the Instructions is amended by striking out “and” at the end of paragraph (b), by adding “and” at the end of paragraph © and by adding the following after paragraph ©:

  • (d) is remunerated by the payment of wages or a commission.

9. Paragraphs 21(1)(b) to (e) of the Instructions are replaced by the following:

  • (b) 13 points, if the foreign national has a post-secondary program credential of one or more years and their proficiency in their first official language is assessed at level 7 or higher in all language skill areas, with one or more areas assessed at less than level 9;
  • © 25 points, if the foreign national has a post-secondary program credential of one or more years and their proficiency in their first official language is assessed at level 9 or higher in all language skill areas;
  • (d) 25 points, if the foreign national’s proficiency in their first official language is assessed at level 7 or higher in all language skill areas, with one or more areas assessed at less than level 9 and they have
    • (i) two or more post-secondary program credentials, one of which was issued on completion of a post-secondary program of three years or more,
    • (ii) a university-level credential at the master’s level or at the level of an entry-to-practice professional degree for an occupation listed in the National Occupational Classification matrix at Skill Level A for which licensing by a provincial regulatory body is required, or
    • (iii) a university-level credential at the doctoral level; and
  • (e) 50 points, if the foreign national’s proficiency in their first official language is assessed at level 9 or higher in all language skill areas and they have
    • (i) two or more post-secondary program credentials, one of which was issued on completion of a post-secondary program of three years or more,
    • (ii) a university-level credential at the master’s level or at the level of an entry-to-practice professional degree for an occupation listed in the National Occupational Classification matrix at Skill Level A for which licensing by a provincial regulatory body is required, or
    • (iii) a university-level credential at the doctoral level.

10. Paragraphs 22(1)(d) and (e) of the Instructions are replaced by the following:

  • (d) 25 points, if the foreign national has one year of Canadian work experience and
    • (i) two or more post-secondary program credentials, one of which was issued on completion of a post-secondary program of three years or more,
    • (ii) a university-level credential at the master’s level or at the level of an entry-to-practice professional degree for an occupation listed in the National Occupational Classification matrix at Skill Level A for which licensing by a provincial regulatory body is required, or
    • (iii) a university-level credential at the doctoral level; and
  • (e) 50 points, if the foreign national has two or more years of Canadian work experience and
    • (i) two or more post-secondary program credentials, one of which was issued on completion of a post-secondary program of three years or more,
    • (ii) a university-level credential at the master’s level or at the level of an entry-to-practice professional degree for an occupation listed in the National Occupational Classification matrix at Skill Level A for which licensing by a provincial regulatory body is required, or
    • (iii) a university-level credential at the doctoral level.

11. Paragraphs 23(b) to (e) of the Instructions are replaced by the following:

  • (b) 13 points, if the foreign national has one or two years of foreign work experience and their proficiency in their first official language is assessed at level 7 or higher in all language skill areas, with one or more areas assessed at less than level 9;
  • © 25 points, if the foreign national has one or two years of foreign work experience and their proficiency in their first official language is assessed at level 9 or higher in all language skill areas;
  • (d) 25 points, if the foreign national has at least three years of foreign work experience and their proficiency in their first official language is assessed at level 7 or higher in all language skill areas, with one or more areas assessed at less than level 9; and
  • (e) 50 points, if the foreign national has at least three years of foreign work experience and their proficiency in their first official language is assessed at level 9 or higher in all language skill areas.

12. (1) The portion of subsection 25(1) of the French version of the Instructions before paragraph (a) is replaced by the following:

(1) Pour l’application des articles 23 et 24, l’expérience de travail à l’étranger est l’expérience de travail qui, à la fois :

(2) Subsection 25(1) of the Instructions is amended by striking out “and” at the end of paragraph (b), by adding “and” at the end of paragraph © and by adding the following after paragraph ©:

  • (d) is remunerated by the payment of wages or a commission.

13. The Instructions are amended by adding the following after section 27:

Additional factors

27.1 The additional factors referred to in paragraph 8(1)(d) are factors relating to

  • (a) provincial nomination;
  • (b) qualifying offer of arranged employment; and
  • © Canadian educational credentials.

14. Sections 29 to 34 of the Instructions are replaced by the following:

Points for qualifying offer of arranged employment

29 (1) If a foreign national has a qualifying offer of arranged employment, they may be assigned points as follows:

  • (a) 200 points, if the offer is for employment in an occupation contained in Major Group 00 of the National Occupation Classification; or
  • (b) 50 points, if the offer is any other qualifying offer of arranged employment.

Qualifying offer of arranged employment

(2) A qualifying offer of employment is one of the following:

  • (a) an arranged employment as defined in subsection 82(1) of the Regulations, if
    • (i) the offer is supported by a valid assessment — provided by the Department of Employment and Social Development at the request of the employer or an officer and on the same basis as an assessment provided for the issuance of a work permit — that the requirements set out in subsection 203(1) of the Regulations with respect to the offer have been met,
    • (ii) the foreign national holds a valid work permit, the offer of employment is made by an employer for whom the foreign national currently works and who is specified on the work permit, the work permit was issued based on a positive determination made by an officer under subsection 203(1) of the Regulations with respect to the foreign national’s employment with that employer in an occupation that is listed in Skill Type 0 Management Occupations or Skill Level A or B of the National Occupational Classification matrix and the assessment provided by the Department of Employment and Social Development on the basis of which the determination was made is not suspended or revoked, or
    • (iii) the foreign national holds a valid work permit issued under the circumstances described in paragraph 204(a) or © or section 205 of the Regulations, the offer is made by an employer who is specified on the work permit and the foreign national works for that employer and has accumulated at least one year of full-time work experience, or the equivalent in part-time work, over a continuous period of work for that employer;
  • (b) an offer of continuous full-time employment for a total duration of at least one year from the day on which a permanent resident visa is issued in a skilled trade occupation as defined in subsection 87.2(1) of the Regulations that is made to the foreign national by up to two employers, neither of which is an embassy, high commission or consulate in Canada or an employer referred to in any of subparagraphs 200(3)(h)(i) to (iii) of the Regulations if
    • (i) the offer is supported by a valid assessment — provided by the Department of Employment and Social Development at the request of one or two employers or an officer and on the same basis as an assessment provided for the issuance of a work permit — that the requirements set out in subsection 203(1) of the Regulations with respect to the offer have been met,
    • (ii) the foreign national holds a valid work permit, the offer is made by up to two employers who are specified on the work permit, the foreign national currently works for one of those employers, the work permit was issued on the basis of a positive determination by an officer under subsection 203(1) of the Regulations with respect to their employment with their current employer, the assessment by the Department of Employment and Social Development on which the determination is based is not revoked or suspended, and the offer is in a skilled trade occupation that is in the same minor group set out in the National Occupational Classification as the occupation specified on the work permit, or
    • (iii) the foreign national holds a valid work permit issued under the circumstances described in paragraph 204(a) or © or section 205 of the Regulations that specifies the employer or employers that made the offer, and the foreign national works for an employer specified on the permit and has accumulated a total of at least one year of full-time work experience, or the equivalent in part-time work, over a continuous period of work for the employers who made the offer.

Loss of offer or inability to perform duties

(3) If the offer referred to in subsection (1) is revoked or ceases to be a qualifying offer of arranged employment or if the foreign national is unable to perform the duties of the employment or is unlikely to agree to perform them, the foreign national is no longer entitled to the points assigned under subsection (1) in respect of that offer and the total number of points assigned to the foreign national under the Comprehensive Ranking System is to be adjusted accordingly.

Canadian educational credentials

30 (1) The points that are to be assigned for a Canadian educational credential are the following:

  • (a) 0 points, if the foreign national has a secondary school educational credential;
  • (b) 15 points, if the foreign national has an eligible credential from a one-year or two-year post-secondary program; and
  • © 30 points, if the foreign national has
    • (i) an eligible credential from a post-secondary program of three years or more,
    • (ii) an eligible credential from a university-level program at the master’s level or at the level of an entry-to-practice professional degree for an occupation listed in the National Occupational Classification matrix at Skill Level A for which licensing by a provincial regulatory body is required, or
    • (iii) an eligible credential from a university-level program at the doctoral level.

Highest level of education

(2) Points are to be assigned under subsection (1) only for the eligible credential corresponding to the highest level of education for which the foreign national meets the requirements of subsection (3).

Requirements

(3) Points are only assigned under subsection (1) if, for the purpose of obtaining the credential, the foreign national

  • (a) studied in Canada at a Canadian educational institution;
  • (b) was enrolled in full-time study or training for at least eight months; and
  • © was physically present in Canada for at least eight months.

Eligible credentials

(4) For the purpose of this section, an eligible credential is one of the following:

  • (a) a degree, diploma, certificate or trade or apprenticeship credential from a Canadian public post-secondary institution or from a Canadian private post-secondary institution that operated under the same rules and regulations as a Canadian public post-secondary institution;
  • (b) a diplôme d’études professionnelles (DEP) or an attestation de spécialisation professionnelle (ASP) earned through a program of study of at least 900 hours from a private secondary or post-secondary institution in Quebec; or
  • © a Bachelor’s, Master’s or doctoral degree from a Canadian private post-secondary institution, if a provincial statute authorizes that institution to confer that credential.

Exceptions

(5) For the purpose of this section, the following are not eligible credentials:

  • (a) credentials obtained in a study or training program in which the study of English or French as a second language amounted to more than half of the program;
  • (b) credentials obtained in a study or training program in which distance learning amounted to more than half of the program; or
  • © credentials obtained in a study or training program while receiving a scholarship or fellowship that stipulated that the recipient return to their home country to apply the knowledge and skills gained.

Maximum points

31 The maximum number of points that may be assigned under subsections 28(1), 29(1) and 30(1), taken together, is 600 points.

32 Repealed.

33 Repealed.

34 Repealed.

Coming Into Force

15 These Instructions come into force on November 19, 2016.

Footnotes

Footnote 1

Published in the Canada Gazette, Part I, on December 1, 2014

Return to footnote 1 referrer

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http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/department/mi/amend-11-16.asp


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现在官方评分标准还是老的,19号后应该会发布最新评分标准,按照老评分标准这类额外加分都是指的主申。


#10

加拿大技术移民快速通道 EE 邀请:2016-11-19 新评分标准实施前最后一捞,邀请人数增加,邀请分数进一步下降。

http://vac.fcgvisa.com/ee/2016/11/16/Express-Entry-Draw-47-470-points-2427/


#11

加拿大EE最新评分标准已于加拿大时间 2016年11月19日起实施,官方评分标准已经对 Additional points 部分更新如下。

新快速通道评分标准实施后需要对当前 EE pool 里的候选人重新评分,估计需要一周左右时间,所有重评工作完成后应该会进行新评分标准下的第一次邀请。

CRS – D. Additional points (Maximum 600 points)

Additional points Maximum 600 points
Post-secondary education in  Canada - credential of one or two years 15
Post-secondary education in  Canada - credential three years or longer 30
Arranged employment - NOC 00 200
Arranged employment – any other NOC 0, A or B 50
Provincial or territorial nomination 600

Subtotal: D. Additional points – Maximum 600 points

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#12

加拿大移民部官方网站总结的 EE 系统更新细节:

Note: We have updated the Express Entry system:

  • you can now earn points for study in Canada
  • a valid job offer now only needs to be for one year, and some job offers no longer need an LMIA
  • the amount of points you get for a job offer has changed.
  • you now have 90 days to apply instead of 60.

#13

2016-11-19 后 EE 系统里不需要 LMIA 就可以加分的情况包括:

  • 已经持有有效工签工作1年
  • 持有至少一年的有效工作offer,并且
  • 符合豁免 LMIA 工作许可的情况,国际协议,联邦-省提名协议,加拿大重大利益类

In most cases, a candidate’s employer needs a Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) in order to get points for a job offer in Express Entry.

However, some jobs are exempt from needing an LMIA.

As of November 19th 2016, a candidate doesn’t need an LMIA if the candidate:

  • Has been working full-time for the employer on their work permit for at least one year (or an equal amount of part-time work)
  • has a valid job offer of a least one year in duration, and
  • has a valid, employer-specific temporary work permit that is exempt from an LMIA under R204 (a) or ©, or R205. This includes:
    • international agreements
    • federal-provincial agreements, or
    • significant benefit to Canada candidates including mobilite francophone

加拿大ee申请时博士后工签属于有雇主担保?
#14

非常感谢!


#15

2017年6月6日后,加拿大 Express Entry 又遇重大调整:

继2016年11月19日降低 job offer分,提高加拿大学历分后,2017年6月6日起,加拿大 Express Entry CRS 将增加法语和加拿大兄弟姐妹申请人的额外加分,法语CLB7,英语CLB5的可以额外加30分,有兄弟姐妹的可以额外加15分。

法语加分 法语CLB7同时英语CLB4,15分额外加分;法语CLB7同时英语CLB5,30分额外加分。
兄弟姐妹加分 有18周以上加拿大公民或永久居民且居住在加拿大的兄弟姐妹,可以额外加15分。
Job Bank 可选注册 注册Job Bank成为自愿的选项,不再强制,简化申请。

这一方面将更多配额给了法语区申请人,另一方面又增加了家庭链式移民的加分项,普通劳动人民申请起来难度更大了。独生子女情何以堪。

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法语B2是个什么水平,法语好可以申请哪些项目
六月新政对联邦ee的影响
#16

2017年6月6日后,Express Entry 法语好的申请人会获得额外加分,法语区申请人移民加拿大更有优势。具体加分是:

法语NLC7+英语CLB4 15分
法语NLC7+英语CLB5 30分

飞出国:CLB 级别与考试成绩对应关系

  • CLB 4:IELTS 听4.5,读3.5,写4,说4
  • CLB 5:IELTS 听5,读4,写5,说5
  • NLC 7:TEF 读207-232,写310-348,听249-279,说 310-348

Additional points for candidates with strong French language skills, with more additional points going to candidates who also have English language skills

On June 6, 2017, Express Entry candidates with strong French language skills, with or without English language skills, will be awarded additional points by the CRS.

A total of 15 additional points will be awarded for test results of the Niveaux de compétence linguistique canadiens (NLC) at level 7 in all four language skills in French (listening, speaking, reading and writing) and an English test result of Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) 4 or lower.

A total of 30 additional points will be awarded for test results of the NLC at level 7 in all four skills in French and English test results of CLB 5 or higher.

French-speaking newcomers contribute to the growth, vitality and prosperity of Francophone minority communities across Canada.

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#17

2017年6月6日起,主申或副申在加拿大有18周岁以上的加拿大公民或加拿大永居身份的兄弟姐妹(同父或同母,直系,过继,收养关系都认可)可以额外获得15分加分。

有兄弟姐妹已经移民加拿大的,申请移民变的简单。自己移民加拿大后,兄弟姐妹移民也变的简单。加拿大联邦一般认可的居住是除加拿大魁北克之外的联邦省份。下面内容里并没有明确这一点。

Additional points for candidates with siblings in Canada

On June 6, 2017, the Express Entry system will award 15 points to candidates with siblings in Canada.

To get these points, candidates will need to show that the sibling is a Canadian citizen or permanent resident who is living in Canada and is 18 years of age or older.

The sibling in Canada must share a mother or father with the principal Express Entry applicant or their spouse or common-law partner. This relationship can be through blood, marriage, common-law partnership or adoption.

Having a sibling in Canada has been shown to improve health and social outcomes by accelerating a newcomer’s integration into their new life in Canada.

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#18

强制注册 job bank 除了给申请人增加负担外没有实际效果,已经移民加拿大找工作尚且困难何况还未成功,真正打算在加拿大找工作的不强制也会想办法投简历。

2017年6月6号后加拿大 Express Entry 系统申请人不需要关联鸡肋的 job bank 也可以获得邀请了。

Job Bank registration voluntary

On June 6, 2017, Job Bank registration for Express Entry candidates becomes voluntary for all candidates.

Candidates who meet the minimum entry criteria for Express Entry will be automatically placed into the pool and immediately eligible for invitation rounds. If they do not currently have a job in Canada and would like to start their job search, they will be able to register for Job Bank.

Employers will still be able to use all of their existing recruiting methods, including Job Bank, to find Express Entry candidates.

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#19

语言仍然是加拿大移民最重要的评分项,当前加拿大 EE CRS 里第一语言最高 136 分,第二语言最高 24 分,2017年6月6日后如果法语达到NLC7同时也有英语基础就可以再额外获得 15 或 30 分加分。

加拿大4月份还有其他一些移民政策变化,参考飞出国资讯网站:

The Express Entry system currently awards points for language ability in either of Canada’s two official languages—English or French.

Candidates can get up to 136 points for their first official language and up to 24 points for their second official language.

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#20

看晚很受用,谢谢!


#21

加拿大时间6.6,加拿大技术移民 Express Entry CRS 评分标准将增加法语(最高30分)和在加拿大有兄弟姐妹(siblings in Canada)(15分)额外加分。

注册 EE 系统的变化包括不再强制要求注册 job bank。

Improvements to the Express Entry system taking effect tomorrow help support the integration of skilled workers as they build their new life in Canada. This benefits Canada as newcomers are able to more quickly put their skills to use to help strengthen and grow Canada’s economy.

Starting on June 6, new points will be awarded to candidates with siblings in Canada. Studies have shown that as newcomers build a new life in Canada, those with siblings benefit by having improved integration into Canadian society.

Other changes to the Express Entry system include points for candidates with strong French language skills, removing the requirement to register with Job Bank and a new approach to rank tied candidates in the Express Entry pool.

Programs managed through the Express Entry system attract high-skilled foreign workers and former international students who want to live in Canada permanently and whose in-demand skills are needed by employers across the country to help build businesses and grow the economy.

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#22

飞出国: EE签证申请资料的准备时间, 又改为60天。

加拿大EE系统2018.06.26之后收到邀请的, 提交时间变为60天时间, 26之前收到邀请的, 90天。

历史上,2016年11月之前EE ITA后是60天补料时间,之后改为 90 天,现在又改回去了。材料准备时间更紧了。

Your Express Entry invitation to apply is valid for 60 days only . You should start filling out the online form right away so that you can get all the information and documents you need before your invitation expires.

New deadline to complete your permanent resident application

The deadline to submit your application for permanent residence is now 60 days .

  • If you were invited to apply before June 26, 2018, you still have 90 days to complete your application.
  • If you’re invited to apply after June 26, 2018, you’ll have 60 days to complete your application.

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