Are you planning to apply for Express Entry? You may have already created a profile and entered your information. We often receive inquiries from clients who have done this only to receive a notification that their profile was deemed ineligible. What should you do if this happens? Jade offers her top tips for turning a profile that is classified as “ineligible” into one that is accurately processed.
Why was my profile found to be ineligible?
You forgot to check the eligibility requirements.
You’ve confused the Express Entry point system with the Federal Skilled Worker Program point system.
You didn’t check the language requirements or ECA qualification requirements.
You didn’t meet the National Occupation Classification requirements.
You didn’t have the settlement funds required.
You didn’t give the system enough time to calculate your score.
I follow all the requirements but I’m still “ineligible”. What should I do?
Delete your profile and make a new GC Key account.
Check to see if your language results are less than 2 years old.
Check to see if your ECA reports are less than 5 years old.
Be sure that you have 1 year of continuous work experience in your primary occupation.
Check to see if you made any errors.
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