CANADIAN EXPERIENCE CLASS (CEC)
The Canadian Experience Class (CEC), as the name suggests, is a program designed for skilled workers who have Canadian work experience and want to become Permanent Residents of Canada.
Among other things, the CEC program affords foreign students who graduated in Canada and also temporary foreign workers, both of whom have qualifying Canadian work experience, with the opportunity to apply to stay permanently in the country. If you fall into either of these categories, then this program might be for you.
Our team at Boghossian Morais LLP is not just proficient, competent and knowledgeable about all aspects of Canada immigration, we are also professionals who have gone through the Canadian immigration experience. We have successfully helped our clients by providing sound and caring legal advice.
CANADIAN EXPERIENCE CLASS REQUIREMENTS
The minimum requirements for eligibility to apply for the Canadian Experience Class program under the Express Entry system include:
admissibility to Canada under Canada’s immigration act and regulations;
plans to live in any Canadian province or territory except Quebec (the province of Quebec has its own separate program);
language levels to be able to communicate in writing, reading, listening and speaking at your job;
at least one yearlong full-time skilled work experience or an equal amount of part-time hours in your area of expertise within the last three years before you apply, in a managerial, professional or technical position; and,
other right mixes of education, skills, and experience to succeed in Canada.
If you would like to learn more about the requirements for the Canadian Experience Class program under the Express Entry system, or if you need assistance in getting started with this immigration application process, Boghossian Morais LLP will help you with it.