You do not need your transcripts from your home country. Regarding Canadian transcripts it depends whether it is requested in your document checklist or not.king_penguin said:Hello, I have a question regarding "Education (diplomas/degrees)" documents.
I graduated a university in my home country (bachelor's degree), and I also went to a college in Canada.
What documents do I need to upload?
I'm a bit concerned as I read some posts who were rejected because of incompleteness of this "Education (diplomas/degrees)" documents...
Here are the documents I'm trying to upload:
Bachelor's degree in my home country
- WES document for my bachelor's degree
- degree certificates
- Transcript for my bachelor's degree <- Do I need this?
- Transcript <- Do I need this?
Express Entry instruction says
"You must provide proof that you completed your post-secondary education. Examples of proof of education include a diploma and/or degree.", and it doesn't mention about transcript.
If I need transcript, I need to get it from my home country, which means it takes a while...
I will appreciate your help!
>DelPiero07DelPiero07 said:You do not need your transcripts from your home country. Regarding Canadian transcripts it depends whether it is requested in your document checklist or not.
Upon receipt of an ITA, a candidate has 90 calendar days to do one of the following:ck85 said:Hi.. Thanks everyone for the detailed information..I had question to people who have got ITA.
1) Actually, I am planning to decline the ITA. I have received OINP. Will the 600 points still be active or I have to ask for nomination again ? If I decline now, does the system automatically send a new ITA if the score is above the threshold ?
2) Separately, if I decline ITA, can I edit my Express Entry Profile (like update to work experience, etc.). Will this affect my nomination ?
Thanks in advance for your help.
Do you meet the minimum required funds?shaparak said:Hi Every one,
I recently made a EE profile.
Under the Express Entry Profile Details (the table) it says that "Federal Skilled Worker: Not Met"
I do not get it why.
My scores for the six factors in the skilled worker are as follows:
-Language: 19 out of 28 (IELTS)
-Education: 25 out of 25 (PhD)
-Experience: 9 ( 1 year experience)
-Age: 12 (I'm 33)
-Arranged employment in Canada: ..........I do not know if I get point here or not, I'm working under pgwp now.
-Adaptability: 5 (past study in Canada)........I even have past work experience in Canada (may get another 10 points here)
But even with these scores I have more than 67.
Does anyone know why I get this message: "Federal Skilled Worker: Not Met"???
windman said:Hello Everyone,
I want to apply I checked the eligibility and I passed: Express Entry CRS Calculator: You have 373 points
I am 27 years old with 5 years of experience and my IELTS score as below, I have 4 years university degree and single. I have no relives in Canada, I didn't work or studied in Canada.
I don't have a job offer " Do I need to have a job offer?"
test score for Speaking.
test score for Listening.
the test score for Reading.
the test score for Writing.
Can anyone please advise me what to do? I want to immigrate is this is best path for me?.