The Centralised Intake Office (CIO) would need to take the following steps following a: Positive completeness check and, Positive final determination of eligibility for processing under the Ministerial Instructions (if any) in place at the time of application The Centralised Intake Office (CIO) would need to: Create a file in the Global Case Management System
Assessing Applications Against Ministerial Instructions – Federal Skilled Worker, Federal Skilled Trades, Canadian Experience and Start-up Business Classes The Centralised Intake Office (CIO) would need to assess the applicant’s submission on an as-is basis. Thereafter, it would need to make a final determination of eligibility for processing the application under the appropriate Ministerial Instructions (MIs).
The Centralised Intake Office (CIO) will not assess the application for the following at the completeness check stage: The Commitment Certificate / Letter of Support Language proficiency Settlement funds and, Post-secondary education requirements At the completeness check stage, the Centralised Intake Office (CIO) will purely verify that the application contain the relevant supporting documentation in
As part of the completeness check, the officers would need to verify that the applicant for permanent residence under the provincial nomine class appears on the monthly nomination spreadsheet received by the Centralised Intake Office (CIO) from the province or territory via Entrust. The Confirmation of Provincial Nomination The province or territory is responsible for
The Canadian Experience Class (CEC) is a permanent resident category for individuals with skilled work experience in Canada. The authorities developed it for people with qualifying Canadian work experience such as: Temporary foreign workers and, Foreign graduates The Program Delivery Instructions for Applications Received On or Before December 31, 2014 (pre-Express Entry) Intake The Economic