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Get to know what it takes to immigrate to your dream country! With Chalo Overseas, Immigration is seamless and hassle-free process without any glitches.


Express Entry

Express Entry is your door to settling in Canada permanently. Canada, being one of the friendliest countries in the world, has made this process extremely straightforward. And, with Chalo Overseas, you will go through it seamlessly and without any glitches.
Express Entry is an electronic system that manages all the applications of workers who are looking for permanent residence in Canada. The process involves the following steps:
  • Ensuring that you are eligible for the program by checking your Comprehensive Ranking System Score on our page
  • Gathering all the required documents
    • Passport
    • Language test results
    •  Provincial nomination
    • Proof of Canadian education
    • Proof of job offer from a Canadian employer
    • Medical exams
    • Birth certificate
    • Police certificates
    • Proof of funds
    •  Identity proof
    • Proof that a relative lives in Canada
    • Note: This is only a tentative list of the required documents. The actual list depends on the individual applying and his/her profile.
  • Filling your profile and submitting it.
  • Checking your Comprehensive Ranking System Score
  • Getting the invite and applying for PR

What is the Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS)?

CRS is Canada’s way to identify which skilled workers are better placed to succeed in Canada. It is a detailed system that scores immigrants against various parameters to reach out to workers who will fit the Canadian job landscape the best. This system has ensured that the job market in Canada is structured, methodical, and smooth. Thanks to this, immigrants enjoy multiple benefits such as high employment rates and high salaries.
  • Following are the factors considered in CRS:
    • Skill Transferability Factors
    • Core Human Capital Factors
    • Factors relating to study experience in Canada, relatives in Canada, arranged employment, French language proficiency, etc.
  • Immigrants can score a maximum of 1200 points under CRS. Higher your score, more the chances of getting the invite. At Chalo Overseas, we will help you improve your CRS score so that you leave no stone unturned in ensuring that you receive an invitation to apply.

Provincial Nominee Program (PNP)

  1. While Express Entry is the fastest way to get permanent residence in Canada, it is not the only way. You can also take a look at the Provincial Nominee Program (PNP), which has been designed for individuals who:
  • Are looking to live in a particular province in Canada
  • Have the skills and expertise to boost the economy of the said province
  • Would like Canadian PR
The participating provinces and territories have specific instructions on their respective website, which you must follow:
  1. Alberta
  2. British Columbia
  3. Manitoba
  4. New Brunswick
  5. Newfoundland and Labrador
  6. Northwest Territories
  7. Nova Scotia
  8. Ontario
  9. Prince Edward Island
  10. Saskatchewan
  11. Yukon

The only territories and provinces that are not a part of this program are Quebec and Nunavut.

Regardless of where you choose to live in Canada, you must pass police checks and medical exams. There are no exceptions to this rule. Also, depending on the place you would like to stay, the application process and options may vary. You may either have to go through a paper-based (Non-Express Entry) process or an Express Entry process. As the name suggests, the paper-based process takes longer.

Business Investor

If you plan on establishing a start-up in Canada or immigrating as an investor, you can check the Start-up Visa Program. If you are innovative and can create jobs in the country, you might be eligible for this immigration program.


You must check the following boxes to qualify for the Start-up Visa Program:
  • Have a business
  • Have a letter of support from an organization that will invest in your business or supports it.
  • Have enough money/funds to live in Canada – if you are moving alone, you will need at least $12,960.
  • For a family of 2, the minimum funds required are $16,135, and so on
  •  Have language proficiency

Application process

The process starts by submitting your biometrics. This will be a paid process and the fee should be paid along with your application. After that, here are the steps:
  •   Get your application package, which comes with a document checklist and instruction guide
  •   Fill the application after going through the guide and gather all the required documents
  •   Pay the fee
  •   You may also have to pay third-party fee for medical exams, language tests, police checks, etc.
Make sure your application is complete and correctly filled, and then submit it to the address provided in the guide

Other pathways

Besides Express Entry, PNP, and Start-up Visa Program, there are other pathways to immigrate to Canada.
  •   Atlantic Immigration Pilot
  •   Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot
  •   Healthcare Workers Permanent Residence Pathway
  •   Family Sponsorship
  •   Quebec-selected Skilled Workers
  •   Caregivers
  •   Self-employed
  •   Agri-Food Pilot
  •  Refugees