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Canadian Experience Class (CEC)

The Canadian Experience Class (CEC) is an immigration program that allows individuals who have worked in Canada for at least one year to immigrate permanently.

The government of Canada recognises the deep pool of talented workers already working in Canada, and wants them to become permanent residents. These are individuals and families who have set down roots and made plans for the future in Canada.

Minimum Requirements for Canadian Experience Class To be qualified, you must:

  • Meet the required language levels for each of the language ability or skill: Writing, Reading, Listening, and Speaking.
  • At least 1 year of full-time work experience in the skilled trade or industry within the 3 years before applying.

Your work experience was from working legally in Canada Work experience means:

  • Managerial jobs (skill level 0)
  • Professional jobs (skill type A)
  • Technical jobs (skill type B)

You should be able to prove that the duties you performed are set out in the lead statement of the description of your occupation which can be found in the National Occupational Classification (NOC). Including all the essential duties and most of the main duties listed on the said list.

Please note that experience from self-employment and work experience, while you are a student, does not count here.

Education This is not required for the Federal Skilled Trades Program, however, to improve your rank in the Express Entry pool, these are what you can do:

Did you attend school in Canada? If so, you can acquire points Or You attended school outside of Canada and assessed by Educational Credential Assessment (ECA) You can also read more about Canada Immigration from our blog and read the latest updates from our website.

We can help you find the life in Canada that you wish for. Contact us to know more about the process that you want to follow and we can help you decide.

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