Singh v. Canada is a successful Judicial Review that shows you how important it is to always declare past experience honestly and thoroughly, regardless of whether the person is applying for TR or PR. In this case, Mr. Singh did not declare his work experience when previously applying for a study/work permit and then included this information when later applying for immigration under the CEC (through EE).

This led to the officer mistakenly not believing that Mr. Singh had the relevant experience required for the CEC. Although the application was sent to another officer for review (as an outcome of the Judicial Review), this case gives us some insight into how to avoid delays and rejections under Express Entry.

Here is our free lesson on Express Entry as it relates to your upcoming ICCRC Full Skills Exam:

and here is our 2-day CPD event on Express Entry as it relates to being the cornerstone of your immigration services once you become an RCIC:

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