For Express Entry a candidate must have the required skills which fall under the Canadian Skill parameters. NOC (National Occupation Classification): it is used by Canadian Government to assess the eligibility of the skill possessed by the candidate. They have categorized the skill in three levels: Level O, level A and Level B. These skills which fall under these levels are considered as skilled work experiences.
Apart from above mentioned details there are few other requirements The candidate should give full disclosure of their travel history, if they have been rejected for any visa before, if they have any criminal record or if they have a any medical problem.
This is one of the basic requirements for most of the visa categories. In Express Entry all the programs required a certain level of language proficiency; it varies form the program to program. But it is imperative for the candidate to submit a valid language proof.
This is the core requirement for Express Entry. As the whole program is based on the candidates skills or the work experience of the candidate. It becomes important for the candidate to prove that they have certain skill or has the sufficient experience that can be considered for the visa process. Programs under Express Entry have their own guidelines for required work experience but at least a minimum of one year work experience is required. It will vary from program to program.
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