The Canadian Experience Class (CEC) is a permanent resident category for people who had proactively set up a good foundation for themselves as skilled workers in Canada. CEC is explicitly intended to assist individuals with getting extremely durable home through Canadian work insight in NOC levels 0, A, and B. One of the goals of the CEC is to build the stock of talented laborers in Canada. The program looks to give a pathway to individuals who are as of now working in Canada as a Temporary Worker or a Student, to offer them the choice of making Canada a long-term permanent home. CEC application will take some time to process. On the off chance that you are presently working in Canada and you have applied for permanent residence under CEC class, you might be qualified for a bridging open work permit assuming your work license will terminate in four months or less. This implies you can continue to work while IRCC makes a decision on your permanent resident application.
To be qualified under this program, you should be either a Temporary worker, who has at least 12 months of full-time employment experience (or equivalent sum in part-time) 3 years before you can apply; or a student, who has moved on from a Canadian Post-Secondary Institution and has worked for something like 1 year full-time in Canada. You will likewise have to have acquired your experience on substantial work permits in Canada and under the designated time limit to qualify under this program. All candidates under this program should have worked in a Managerial; Skilled; or a specialized work and will be expected to meet all the essential language benchmarks under this program in English or French. It is critical to direct out that also toward the prerequisites listed above; this program is just for individuals who are wanting to live anyplace in Canada with the exception of Quebec. Quebec has its own version of this program called the Quebec Experience Class.