So I am applying to CEC, I have over 1 year experience working as a IT engineer in Vancouver. I got my BC PNP approved, so currently I have over 800 CRS points, which will basically secure me an ITA for next round. I already got my first application bounced, because I forgot the driving history from Chile, and I don't want to make it bounce again so I want to keep my application as simple as possible. That being said, can I just omit all of my work / study history from the EE profile from myself and my common law, just to avoid potential problems? (only keep my 1.5 year canadian experience) I obviously will document it in the Personal History and attach as most information as possible. I just want to keep it away from whatever would give me points (as it also can get my application rejected / bounced once again if trying to claim points for something that is missing anything at all, like a signature, a blury picture, missing information by mistake). For example, my common law has a couple of months work experience working as a prep cook and janitor. Can I also omit that from her working history, and upload the paystubs in the LoE? (she doesn't have T4 as she only started to work this January.) Thanks!