|CLB Level||Speaking||Listening||Reading||Writing||Points per ability|
|8||6||6.0 - 7.0||6||6||4|
|10 and Above||7.5 – 9.0||8.5 – 9.0||8.0 – 9.0||7.5 – 9.0||6|
Applicant must get an Educational Credential Assessment (ECA) from below mentioned list of the designated organizations.
These organisations asses your Education and give you a report, which tells you, your education is equal to in Canada.
Assessment of most foreign education from below mentioned organisations:
It is optional to create a Job Match account with Job Bank when you are in pool. Job match account assist you for job search.
When you create Job Match account with Canada’s Job Bank which is an online tool, you promote yourself to employers in Canada using private sector job boards. Employers may be looking for your skill.
Our immigration programs use the NOC to decide
Job or type of work must meet the experience to be eligible.
CIC consider “skilled” jobs those with NOC Skill Type 0, A or B.
Before applying, find NOC code for your job title
To apply for Canada as a skilled immigrant (Express Entry) you must possess skill type 0, or level A or B.
If your job is skill level C or D - you may be able to come to Canada as a provincial nominee
Disclaimer: Global Gateways, Do not offer consultancy on overseas jobs / work permits / international or domestic placements etc. We are primarily Visa and immigration advisory company that offers consultation on Visa and immigration options. We are not associated with any government authority or department of immigration. We neither assist in any kind of Job / employment offers nor do guarantee any kind of domestic / International placements and visas.