Lately, the Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) website has not been up to date with the current processing times of certain applications, specifically Express Entry processing times.
In this video, we will be reviewing the current processing times of certain applications including Federal Skilled Worker Express Entry, Provincial Nominees through Express Entry, Spousal Sponsorship through the Family Class, Study Permits, and Visitor Records from within Canada.
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00:00 - Introduction to current IRCC processing times
01:30 - Current Canada Provincial Nominee processing times
06:04 - Current Canada Federal Skilled Worker processing times
08:41 - Current Canada Spousal Sponsorship Family Class processing times
11:20 - Current Canada Study Permit processing times
12:06 - Current Canada Super Visa processing times
13:22 - Current Canada Visit Record processing times
Complete Express Entry checklist: https://youtu.be/64rUPWg_Gc0
Express Entry explained in 60 seconds: https://youtu.be/WNOPhoDRvZg
How to increase your Comprehensive Ranking System (Express Entry)
Express Entry is a Canadian immigration system that applicants use to apply under the Federal Skilled Worker, Federal Skilled Trades, and Canadian Experience Class Canadian immigration streams.
Every two weeks, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada hand out Invitations to Apply to applicants from the Express Entry system based on their Comprehensive Ranking System score which is calculated based on age, level of completed education, language abilities in French or English, skilled work experience, previous work or study in Canada, a job offer in Canada and having a sibling living in Canada who is a Canadian citizen or permanent resident. If the Express Entry applicant is married, they also earn points for their spouse's level of completed education, language abilities in French or English, previous work or study in Canada, or if they have a sibling living in Canada who is a Canadian citizen or permanent resident.
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