How can I move from Africa to Canada?
Canada is an abode for people all over the globe for plentiful grounds like education, career, refuge. People who have been moving out of South Africa to Canada have assorted ideas to make it their home.
To immigrate from one country for Canadian citizenship requires meticulous steps to be taken and these steps will enable you to find the eligibility to apply through Express Entry for Canada permanent residence.
Step 1: Find Your National Occupational Classification (NOC)
As an applicant, learn your NOC, as it is essential to assess appropriately based on your past and present work experiences. In this step, you will also understand the skills type and the levels of NOC.
The applicant can find out eligibility to apply for express entry and understand the levels of NOC - O, A, B, C or D and the skill types.
Step 2: Obtain Educational Credential Assessment (ECA)
If you had completed your education from a Canadian educational institution, ECA may not be essential. What ECA is? ECA is an assessment method to check if your education is equivalent to the Canadian educational institution.
IRCC has listed the organizations to issue the ECA.
Step 3: Get your IRCC approved language tests
As we are aware the language tests are eligibility criteria for the various pathway programs. As well the language requirement is unique for all the programs.
IRCC approved English tests are IELTS and CELPIP and approved French tests are TEF Canada and TCF Canada.
Step 4: Are you eligible for Express Entry
A candidate who applies through Express Entry for permanent residence must go through the eligibility check. For each program eligibility requirements are unique and are expected to be met accordingly.
The Comprehensive Ranking System(CRS) points are the deciding factors and for the same, the applicant has to present the ECA and the Language tests for the score to be better. Upon submission check your CRS score.
Express Entry: https://www.pa-
Student Visa: https://www.pa-
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