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Rejected for incorrect NOC but still have sufficient points above CRS cut-off

Discussion in 'Permanent Residence in Canada' started by ppinto25, Nov 17, 2019.

  1. Hi,

    I recently got a refusal letter for my PR application stating that my NOC codes were incorrect and because of that my score had dropped below the minimum for that round of invitation. I recalculated my score using the CRS score calculator by removing the foreign experience for which my NOC codes were incorrect and i was at 495. The CRS cut off was 470. So my application should have still been considered. Correct?

    Thanks,
    Pinto
     
  2. You still need to show 1 year of work experience in single NOC code under federal skilled worker program.
     
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  3. I did. I showed my Canadian work experience of 1 year and i had a masters degree in Canada too. The refusal letter stated incorrect NOC only for my foreign experience. So technically they still accepted my Canadian work experience
     
  4. get your gcms note asap and find out more about your case
     
  5. Would also suggest sending in a webform if you are sure there was was an error.
     
  6. If you had applied under FSW, the Canadian experience may be insufficient.

    If your 'primary NOC' and Canadian experience NOC are different, then also that will not count towards FSW points.
     

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