Express entry - eligibility, admissibility and immigration programs

Seminar ID
Date and time
Tuesday, May 16, 2017 at 05:00 EDT   see it in calendar
Andrew Carvajal
Andrew Carvajal
presenter's bio
  • recording
  • in English
CPD hours
CICC (ICCRC) 6 CPD hours - Validity of the recording expired on: 10.02.2018
LSBC 6 CPD hours available until: 14.02.2023
LSUC 0.5 Professionalism hours - Validity of the recording expired on: 15.05.2021 , 5.5 Substantive hours

Express entry - eligibility, admissibility and immigration programs


•  Eligibility to the Federal Economic Programs for Skilled Workers
o  Assessment before creating a profile (what are you assessing for? Need to know all available immigration categories, including PNP options)
o  Ethics: How much is too much before you accept a case?
         Client’s claim vs. reality
         Short timelines to submit the application after ITA
         Unpredictable situations if not verified upfront
o  Admissibility check – PA and every family member
    •  Express Entry as an Electronic Management system

o  Terminology (applying for permanent residence under EE category)
o  Understanding the concept
o  Mastering the technology, process and procedures
    •  Who can use Express Entry?
    •  Uploading an Express Entry profile
    •  Educational Credential Assessments
    •  Accepted language tests
    •  The Comprehensive Ranking System

o  Changes as of December 19
    •  Arranged employment under Express Entry
    •  An overview of the Express Entry draws
    •  Tips for practitioners on uploading an Express Entry profile
    •  Lessons: the good and bad about Express Entry
    •  Maximizing a client’s CRS score
    •  Provincial Express Entry streams

•  Ethical considerations:
   o  dilemmas when declaring information on Express Entry and using the representative portal
   o  managing clients’ expectations
         explanation of the system (immediate changes to the qualifications, process and procedures not in the representatives’ control
   o  honesty and candour – overpromising, contingency payments, promised timeline
   o  knowing one’s limitations – co-counsel, mentor, referral
   o  danger of misrepresentation – what is material fact?

Hart House, University of Toronto
7 Hart House Circle
M5S 3H3

Capacity: 50

Parking: $ 15 per day. Credit card or coins. Pay at the pay machine. Short walk from TTC.
6 hours
  • regular fee - $ 180.00


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