As an applicant, you can indulge in some programs or test that keeps you on the bridge of easy Entry to Canada. This tests keeps you on the brink, they may include:
- Undertaking an exam with the International English Language Testing System-General Training (IELTS-GT), or the Canadian English Language Proficiency Index Program-General (CELPIP-G) , or the Test d’Évaluation de Français (TEF) with a good results gives you leverages to join the pool.
- Completing an Educational Credential Assessment (ECA) through one of the designated agencies. (Candidates who completed their education in Canada do not need to obtain an ECA).
Submitting an ECA assessment gives the applicant an advantage of seeking entry into the Express Entry Pool through the FSWC. Although it is not a formal requirement for CEC or FSTC applicants to submit an ECA, it will provide them with a higher ranking as, in addition to obtaining points for the level of education itself, the skills transfer-ability factors section of the CRS takes into account a candidate’s language ability.