: Express Entry Lesson for your ICCRC Exam
(continuation… Page 6/6) Express Entry Lesson!
If an applicant has an LIMA-approved job offer, receives an ITA, but the work experience is not found to meet the NOC requirements, what happens? As we can see in Lal vs. Canada (and in our Express Entry lesson!), PR is not granted. https://goo.gl/vnB5u7
In Express Entry, your job as an RCIC is to make sure that the application is clear, honest and as detailed as possible. Akinbile vs. Canada is a recent decision based on a 5-year ban for misrepresentation and gives some great insight into how officers determine fraud in an application: https://goo.gl/SxGHGb
Here is another great court case that gives some insight into the need for a complete and thorough PR application when someone receives an ITA in Express Entry. In Doron vs. Canada, we can see that if an applicant does not submit all of the required documents within the timeframe (which is 90 days now), the person will have to begin the entire process from the start. https://goo.gl/nejhu3
Gugliotti vs. Canada shows how important it is to perfectly demonstrate Proof of Funds, regardless of whether or not the person exceeds the CRS cut-off score in Express Entry. https://goo.gl/ZdZVSj
Kaur vs. Canada emphasizes that in order to qualify for an Express Entry-related PNP, a person must meet the minimum requirements of either the FST, CEC or FSW, in addition to meeting the specific PNP requirements. https://goo.gl/DcUVKX