INELIGIBLE EXPRESS ENTRY PROFILE | WHAT TO DO NEXT
Updated: May 4
THE IMMIGRATION CANADA WEBSITE SAYS I'M NOT ELIGIBLE FOR EXPRESS ENTRY!
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 they have an ineligible Express Entry profile is. 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.
HOW TO FIX AN INELIGIBLE EXPRESS ENTRY PROFILE
WHY IS MY EXPRESS ENTRY PROFILE 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 test requirements or ECA qualification requirements.
You didn’t meet the National Occupation Classification (NOC) 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.
Calver and Associates is a leading provider of Canadian Immigration services in Durham Region. We serve clients in Oshawa, Whitby, Ajax, and beyond. Our Registered Canadian Immigration Consultant has over 10 years of experience in Canadian Immigration law and over four years of experience serving those in the Oshawa area.
We can provide assistance with applications for both temporary and permanent residency in Canada. We handle applications for study permits, permanent residency, family class sponsorship, visitor visas, work permits, and Canadian citizenship. We also handle criminal inadmissibility cases by developing remedies for refusal.