Free Assessment – Express Entry

    Step 1: Applicant - Personal Details

    Please complete the Questionnaire below so that we can return your FREE online assessment. Once completed, please press the submit button found at the bottom of this page.

    Step 2: Applicant - Education

    Please check off your highest level of completed education

    Step 3: Applicant - Work Experience

    In the space below, please account for all of your PAID FULL-TIME work experience within the past 10 years. Full-Time work is 30 hours per week, or the equivalent thereof.

    NOTE: Do not go back more than 10 years. Show only work experience from the month and year that is exactly 10 years back from today's date. Work experience prior to 10 years ago will not be credited.

    Step 4: Applicant - Language Ability

    For the purposes of the section, please acquaint yourself with the following terms:

    Advanced proficiency is the range of abilities required to communicate effectively, appropriately, accurately and fluently in most contexts, topics and situations, from predictable to unfamiliar, and from general to professionally specific, in the most communicatively demanding contexts (i.e. FLUENT).

    Intermediate proficiency allows a person to participate more fully in a wider variety of contexts. It is the range of abilities required to function independently in most familiar situations of daily social, educational and work-related life experience, and in some less predictable contexts (i.e. WELL).

    Basic proficiency is the range of abilities required to communicate in common and predictable contexts and within the area of basic needs, common everyday activities, and familiar topics of immediate personal relevance (i.e. WEAK).

    Step 5: Applicant - Financial Information

    Indicate here your personal net worth in Canadian Dollars. Enter amount in numbers only - do not use commas, spaces or decimal points. To calculate your total personal net worth, you must do the following:

    1. List all of your fixed assets, such as real estate and cars, at their current value.
    2. List all of your liquid assets: cash, certificates of deposit, stocks, bonds and bank accounts.
    3. List all jewelry, furniture and household items at their current value.
    4. Add all of the above. These are your total assets.
    5. Subtract all of your debts, such as your mortgage, car loan and credit card balances, from your total assets.

    IE:- (1 + 2 + 3) - (5) = your total personal net worth.

    Step 6: Spouse/Partner - Personal Details (if applicable)

    Step 7: Spouse/Partner: Education Details (if applicable)

    Please check off your highest level of completed education

    Step 8: Spouse/Partner - Work Experience (if applicable)

    In the space below, please account for all of your PAID FULL-TIME work experience within the past 10 years. Full-Time work is 30 hours per week, or the equivalent thereof.

    NOTE: Do not go back more than 10 years. Show only work experience from the month and year that is exactly 10 years back from today's date. Work experience prior to 10 years ago will not be credited.

    Step 9: Spouse/Partner - Language Ability (if applicable

    For the purposes of the section, please acquaint yourself with the following terms:

    Advanced proficiency is the range of abilities required to communicate effectively, appropriately, accurately and fluently in most contexts, topics and situations, from predictable to unfamiliar, and from general to professionally specific, in the most communicatively demanding contexts (i.e. FLUENT).

    Intermediate proficiency allows a person to participate more fully in a wider variety of contexts. It is the range of abilities required to function independently in most familiar situations of daily social, educational and work-related life experience, and in some less predictable contexts (i.e. WELL).

    Basic proficiency is the range of abilities required to communicate in common and predictable contexts and within the area of basic needs, common everyday activities, and familiar topics of immediate personal relevance (i.e. WEAK).

    Step 10: Arranged Employment

    A) a job offer for permanent/indeterminate employment in a managerial/professional/technical occupation or in a skilled trade from a prospective or existing Canadian employer AND a positive or neutral Labour Market Impact Assessment from Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC)?

    B) a job offer for permanent/indeterminate employment in a managerial/professional/technical occupation or in a skilled trade from a prospective or existing Canadian employer AND are exempt from a Labour Market Impact Assessment because of NAFTA/GATS, etc.?

    Step 11: Additional Questions for Applicant and Spouse/Partner (if applicable)

    A) a minimum of 1 year of full-time (30 hours per week, or the equivalent thereof) authorized work experience in Canada in a managerial/professional/technical occupation or in a skilled trade?

    B) a job offer for permanent/indeterminate employment in a managerial/professional/technical occupation or in a skilled trade from a prospective or existing Canadian employer AND a positive or neutral Labour Market Impact Assessment from Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC)?

    C) a job offer for permanent/indeterminate employment in a managerial/professional/technical occupation or in a skilled trade from a prospective or existing Canadian employer AND are exempt from a Labour Market Impact Assessment because of NAFTA/GATS, etc.?

    a minimum of 2 years or more full-time (15 hours per week, or the equivalent thereof) previous authorized studies in Canada in a program of at least 2 years in duration?

    a living relative in Canada, age 18 or over, who is a Canadian Citizen or Permanent Resident AND closer in relationship than a cousin?

    a minimum of 1 year of full-time (30 hours per week, or the equivalent thereof) authorized work experience in Canada?

    High Basic Proficiency (or higher) in each of Reading/Writing/Speaking/Understanding in either English or French?

    had any serious disease or physical or mental disorder ?

    been convicted of or are currently charged with any crime or offence in any country ?

    applied previously for temporary status in Canada (i.e. visitor/student/worker) ?

    been refused a Canadian immigrant visa /Temporary Resident (Visitor) Visa /Study Permit /Work Permit or that of any other country ?

    been refused admission to, or ordered to leave Canada or any other country ?

    been involved in the commission of a war crime or a crime against humanity ?

    applied previously for permanent status in Canada ?

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