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Job Seeker Validation Code of Canada Skilled Immigration 

Job Seeker Validation Code of Canada Skilled Immigration 

November 29, 2019

If you are a foreign skilled worker who is looking for Canada immigration opportunity then sometime you would see the term Job Seeker Validation Code. So let’s find out what is this code and how you can obtain one for your application.

About the Job Seeker Validation Code

Job Seeker Validation Code is a four-digit code that is automatically generated by the IRCC system. The code is used to identify your Express Entry profile that you will need when registering with Job Bank or providing to a province/territory in Canada to apply for its Provincial Nominee program.

Get a Job Seeker Validation Code

To obtain a Job Seeker Validation Code, you must prepare a profile to submit to the IRCC portal for Express Entry programs. Here is how you should do it.

1. Self-assessment for an Express Entry program

You must be eligible to one in three federal economic immigration programs through Express Entry System. These programs are listed below with brief highlights so you can make a comparison for self-assessment first: 

Level of work experience: NOC skilled type 0, A or B.

Amount of work experience: 1 year continuous within the last 10 years.

Job offer: Not required but will add in more points if you have.

Language skill: English or Frech at least CLB 7

Level of work experience: skilled trade under key groups of NOC B

Amount of work experience: 2 years continuous within the last 5 years.

Job offer: A valid job offer of full-time employment for a total period of at least 1 year or a certificate of qualification in that skilled trade issued by a Canadian provincial, territorial or federal authority.

Language skill: English or Frech at least CLB 5 for speaking and listening, CLB 4 for reading and writing

Level of work experience: NOC skilled type 0, A or B.

Amount of work experience: 1 year working in Canada within the last 3 years.

Job offer: Not required

Language skill: English or Frech at least CLB 7 if your occupation in the NOC skilled type 0 or A, CLB 5 if your occupations in the NOC skilled type B

2. Applying for the Express Entry programs

After reading thoroughly the criteria for each program and choosing what suit your profile most, you should start collecting the documents. You don’t need to upload documents to submit a profile, but you will need to show them as proofs during the process.

You must create or sign in to your online account on the IRCC website and fill out the information from your personal documents, your NOC job title and code to submit the profile. You can exit the profile at any time because the information will be automatically saved. However, you have to complete in within 60 days or otherwise, you will start again.

Normally, the applicant in the Express Entry program will receive a message that contains the Job Seeker Validation Code once they submit their Express Entry profile. To see yours, follow these steps:

  • Step 1: Log in to your account
  • Step 2: Click “View my submitted applications or profiles”.
  • Step 3: Click on “Check status and messages”
  • Step 4: Scroll down to the table called “Correspondence”
  • Step 5: Click on the arrow in front of the message – it will open a drop-down menu with a link
  • Step 6: Click on the link to open the PDF message

In case you got an Express Entry profile number but not a Job Seeker Validation Code you should contact the IRCC using the Case Specific Enquiry form.

After obtaining a Job Seeker Validation Code

You can use this Job Seeker Validation Code to meet the requirement of the provincial nominee programs, including:

 



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