Canadian Experience Class(CEC) | Eligibility, Requirements and Points Calculation

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Canadian Experience Class(CEC) | Eligibility, Requirements and Points Calculation

Frequently Asked Questions

Are you eligible for this program if you have graduated from a Canadian college/university?

You are qualified for CEC if you completed at least two academic years of post-secondary education in a Canadian school or university as a full-time student. You must, however, have appropriate job experience for this program, and work experience gained after graduation will be counted. It also shouldn’t be done on a student visa.

Can foreign nationals apply for the Canadian Experience Class programme?

Yes, if you are working on a temporary basis in Canada, you can apply for the CEC program. All you have to do is meet the eligibility requirements.

Is there a requirement for evidence of finances for CEC immigration?

No, this programme does not need evidence of funding. You are simply required to furnish financial documentation.

Is an internship considered as job experience for CEC?

If it was a paid internship and not part of your education, then yes, it will be counted in Express Entry as work experience.

Do those who have returned to their native country qualify for the Canadian Experience Class?

Yes, all you have to do is meet the eligibility requirements. For example, you must have one year of full-time job experience in Canada.

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