Express Entry Course
(November 28 - December 1, 2022)
This Express Entry Course is a one of a kind online immigration lawyer guided course that is full of video tutorials, checklists, templates, and sample documents all designed to make your Express Entry process as effortless as possible while giving you the tools you need to ensure your application gets approved the first time because there are rarely second chances.BUY NOW
So, what's this course all about?
In this course you will learn:
⚪ How to increase your chances of getting an ITA
⚪ How to properly complete your Profile and eAPR
⚪ How to select your proper NOC
⚪ What to do if you can't get a reference letter
⚪ How to avoid police certificate disaster
⚪ How to properly list a spouse as non-accompanying
⚪ What a job offer is and how to get one
⚪ What to do if you don't have sufficient funds
⚪ How to add a spouse after eAPR
⚪ How to prepare your Letters of Explanation to maximize your chance of success, and so much more...
Private Group and LIVE Masterclass with Mark Holthe
When you subscribe to the Course you'll get access to the Member Only Community Group where Mark Holthe will go LIVE for one hour a day for the duration of the Masterclass to answer your toughest questions about Spousal Sponsorship.
From preparing the EE profile to submitting your eAPR
This Course is truly the fastest and easiest way of filing your own Express Entry application...period. It is full of video tutorials, checklists, templates and sample documents all designed to make your Express Entry journey as effortless as possible while giving you the tools you need to ensure you avoid the mistakes that cost people their chance of immigrating to Canada.
CPD Credit through CICC available for RCIC Consultants
The Canadian Immigration Institute is happy to announce that Spousal Sponsorship Course is now fully accredited for CPD with the CICC. If you are a regulated immigration consultant you can claim CPD Credit upon subscribing to the Course. Instructions on how to claim CPD Credit can be provided to the subscribers of the Course upon request.
Perfect for Individual Applicants and Immigration Consultants
You don't have to have prior exposure to immigration law to take this Course. It is designed to help anyone to prepare their Express Entry application. However, even if the course does not have answers to all of your questions you can still ask them during the LIVE Q&A sessions of the Masterclass.
You should take this course if...
✅ You want to submit your own application OR if you're an Immigration Consultant and want to advance your knowledge about Express Entry
✅ You're not willing to spend thousands of dollars for a representative and want to Do It Yourself (DIY)
✅ You want to master the topic and retain full control of your application
✅ Need just a little guidance on how to prepare your application from an Immigration Lawyer
You shouldn't take it if...
❌ You want a representative to prepare an application and submit it for you
❌ You're willing to spend thousands of dollars and relinquish control of your application to a representative
😉 But honestly... there is really no good reason why you shouldn't take this course.
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Structure of the Course
✨ Over 642 minutes of Premium Video Content AND 4 hours of LIVE Masterclass sessions with Immigration Lawyer Mark Holthe
Module 1 - Learning the basics
🔴 About the Express Entry DIY Course
🔴 Express Entry in the Nutshell
🔴 CRS System and how it works
🔴 CRS Case Scenarios
Module 2 - Starting with your Express Entry Profile
🔴 Registering for GCKey
🔴 First Steps and Eligibility for CEC Program
🔴 First Steps and Eligibility for FSW Program
Module 3 - Completing your Express Entry Profile (Principal Applicant)
🔴 Filling out your Express Entry Profile
🔴 Completing your Personal Details section for the Principal Applicant
🔴 Completing your Contact Details section for the Principal Applicant
🔴 Completing your Study and Languages section for the Principal Applicant
🔴 Completing your Application Details section for the Principal Applicant
🔴 Completing the Representative section for the Principal Applicant
🔴 Completing your Work History section for the Principal Applicant
Module 3 - Completing your Express Entry Profile (Accompanying Spouse)
🔴 Completing Personal Details section for the Accompanying Spouse
🔴 Completing Study and Languages section for the Accompanying Spouse
🔴 Completing Work History section for Accompanying Spouse
Module 4 - Completing the eAPR (Principal Applicant)
🔴 Completing eAPR eligibility section
🔴 Completing Personal Details Section in eAPR
🔴 Completing Contact Details Section in eAPR
🔴 Completing Study in Languages Section in eAPR
🔴 Completing Application Details in eAPR
🔴 Completing Representative Section in eAPR
🔴 Completing Work History Section in eAPR
🔴 Completing Personal History Section in eAPR
Module 4 - Completing the eAPR (Accompanying Spouse)
🔴 Completing Personal Details for Accompanying Spouse (eAPR)
🔴 Completing Contact Details for Accompanying Spouse (eAPR)
🔴 Completing Study and Languages Details for Accompanying Spouse (eAPR)
🔴 Completing Work History Section for Accompanying Spouse (eAPR)
🔴 Completing Personal History Section for Accompanying Spouse (eAPR)
Module 4 - Completing the eAPR (Dependent Child)
🔴 Personal Details for Dependent Child (eAPR)
🔴 Completing Study and Languages for Dependent Child (eAPR)
🔴 Overview of the completed eAPR forms
Module 5 - Understanding the Documents Checklist
🔴 Summary of the Document Checklist
🔴 Bonus - What a Broken Checklist Looks Like and What To Do About It
🔴 Submitting your eAPR and reviewing the AOR
🔴 How to properly respond to IRCC requests for additional information
Module 6 - Mastering Your Documents
🔴 Overview of Mastering your documents section
🔴 Police certificates
🔴 Education (diplomas/degrees)
🔴 Records of Employment
🔴 Offer of Employment
🔴 Use of a Representative
🔴 Digital photos
🔴 Birth Registration/Certificate (Dependent Child)
🔴 Proof of Sibling Relationship
🔴 Proof of Funds
🔴 Marriage Certificates and Proof of Common-Law Relationships
🔴 Proof of Name Change
🔴 Language Test Results
🔴 Educational Credential Assessments
🔴 Letters of Explanation (Client Information)
🔴 Provincial Nominee Certificates
🔴 Non-accompanying Spouse. What you need to know and how to complete the eAPR portion