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Non-EU/EEA or Swiss citizens must obtain a work visa to work in Poland. However, if you are an EU/EEA/Swiss citizen planning to work in Poland for more than three months, you simply need to register your stay at a local registration office. This process serves as a notification to the Polish authorities, indicating your intention to stay and work in Poland for an extended period. It is not a visa application, but rather a straightforward method of informing the authorities about your plans.
In the express entry pool, candidates are invited depending on the CRS score. IRCC identifies the highest-ranking candidates in the pool and issues invitations to apply for Canada PR. One of the key features of express entry is that candidates can improve their CRS score without submitting a new application.
The CRS score can be improved by
• Keeping an eye on every factor
Most often, candidates focus on only one factor. For example, a person with a high educational qualification will focus only on that factor and look for ways to score more points with that particular factor. But what candidates must do is, they should focus on all the factors. A small improvement in two or three areas can mean a large improvement in the CRS score.
• Getting a Provincial Nomination
Provincial Nomination is the best way to jump to the top of the express entry pool. A provincial nomination will get you 600 points. You must be ready with your application and should be updated about the PNP news. Different provinces have different programs and they target different occupations depending on their needs. You can follow the news on our website to get the latest updates on PNP draws.
• Getting a job offer
Getting a job offer can add up to 200 points to the CRS score. You can achieve this by conducting an active job search in Canada. Feel free to connect with our counselors to explore more job options that are apt for you.
• Improving your language skills
The more proficient a candidate is in English and/or French, the greater their score will be. Therefore, it is advisable for candidates to continue attending lessons and retaking the tests while they are in the Express Entry pool. If an individual is fluent in both English and French, it is recommended to have both languages assessed to maximize the available points.
Of course, yes. Your dependent family members can be included in your express entry. The dependent family members include your spouse (or common-law partner, or conjugal partner) and your dependent children.
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