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Canadian Experience Class
Canadian Experience Class (CEC) is an immigration program that is intended for foreign nationals who have work experience in Canada and have adapted to live in Canada. This program is also suitable for the international graduates of Canadian universities or designated learning institutions, who are in Canada on PGWP (Post-graduation Work Permit). The experts at ImmiLaw Global can assist you with all the requirements needed for applying for permanent residence under the program.
- Applicants should have a minimum of one year of full-time (or equal part-time) work experience in Canada.
- Should meet particular language requirements to prove proficiency in either English or French.
- Plan to live outside the province of Quebec.
- Have had legal status while working or studying in Canada.
Moreover, as per the Canadian National Occupational Classification, skilled work experience comes under three heads- Managerial Jobs (NOC Skill Level 0), Professional Jobs (NOC Skill Type A), Technical / Skilled Trades (NOC Skill Type B). For instance, if your work experience is in NOC Skill Level 0 or A, you should meet a minimum level of Canadian Language Benchmark(CLB) is 7 in all- Speaking, reading, writing and listening. And If you belong to NOC Skill Level B, you require a minimum CLB 5 in all language ability to meet the language proficiency requirement. If you do not meet the requirement, your application will get rejected.
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