Canadian Experience Class (CEC)

The Canadian Experience Class (CEC) is a migration program that permits people who have worked in Canada for no less than one year to move for all time.

The legislature of Canada perceives the profound pool of skilled laborers effectively working in Canada, and needs them to wind up perpetual inhabitants. These are people and families who have set down roots and made arrangements for the future in Canada.

Preceding 2015, Canadian Experience Class applications were overseen on a first-come, first-served premise. Since 2015, in any case, Canadian Experience Class applications are prepared under the Express Entry movement determination framework.

    Each CEC applicants must:
  • Have somewhere around a year of full-time (or an equal in low maintenance / part-time) gifted work involvement in Canada inside the most recent three years. This experience more likely than not been while on a substantial work grant and should be in an occupation named expertise type 0, An or B under the National Occupational Classification (NOC).
  • Plan on living outside the territory of Quebec, and
  • Meet the required language levels required for your activity for every language capacity (speaking, reading, listening, and writing).