Express Entry – Immigrate to Canada as a Skilled Worker

Express Entry – Immigrate to Canada as a Skilled Worker

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Transcript: "Express Entry – Immigrate to Canada as a Skilled Worker"

Video Length - 3:58

Soft music plays throughout.

A white screen appears. With a maple leaf cursor the text types onto the screen.

Text displays: Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada

Text displays: Express Entry – Immigrate to Canada as a skilled worker

Visuals: An interview subject (Miguel) appears in front of a blackboard and speaks directly to camera

Name key: Miguel – Architect

Miguel on camera: After two years at UBC, Vancouver was kind of starting to feel like home.

Visuals: Miguel and his employer are shown working in various office environments.

Miguel voiceover: I knew finding a job in Vancouver in architecture was not going to be a problem, with my background and especially having a degree from Canada.

Miguel on camera: Express Entry was the option that I had to go for if I wanted to stay in Canada.

Visuals: Miguel and his employer are shown working in various office environments.

Miguel voiceover: The application process was very easy. Everything was very clear. Everything was very well explained on the website.

Miguel on camera: My experience with Express Entry was so good that I would actually recommend it to everyone who actually has the option to apply.

A white screen appears. With a maple leaf cursor the text types onto the screen.

Text displays: Canada needs your skills and experience.

Visuals: A crowd of people walking down the street towards the camera.

Farhana voiceover: Canada promotes multiculturalism…

Name key: Farhana – Insurance Adjuster

Farhana on camera: …and it’s a country that respects diversity. It’s also one of the safest countries in the world.

Visuals: Continuation of a crowd of people walking down the street towards the camera.

Farhana on camera: Express Entry, for me, took around, like, four months only, from the beginning of my application to getting my invitation to getting my permanent residency.

Visuals: Over-shoulder shot of woman looking at the Express Entry website.

Farhana voiceover: It was quite self-explanatory. When you go to their website, you get to see all the information…

Visuals: Farhana and man in conversation walking on sidewalk.

Farhana voiceover: …and they really explain it nicely. I do see myself to be very successful here, and I believe that the people around me, because they’re so supportive and friendly, they will help me do that.

Farhana on camera: And, being an immigrant myself, I believe working for the immigrants would be the best thing to do here.

A white screen appears. With a maple leaf cursor the text types onto the screen.

Text displays: Express Entry can help you get to Canada faster. Once selected, complete applications are processed in six months or less.

Visuals: Two men seated in chairs face each other in conversation. Camera moves towards them.

Julien voiceover: EcoSynthetix sponsored me to come to Canada.

Name key: Julien – Scientist

Julien on camera: I wanted to stay and still work for EcoSynthetix. I ended up applying for permanent residency.

Visuals: Julien and co-worker working in a lab

Julien voiceover: So, with the Express Entry you feel more in control, and you know that’s because you upload everything on the website. It’s not going to be lost.

A white screen appears. With a maple leaf cursor the text types onto the screen.

Text displays: Start preparing today. Have your educational credentials assessed if you studied outside Canada. Complete your language testing.

Visuals: A woman writing on a whiteboard in a classroom

Julien voiceover: I think that coming with the best professional and the best personal qualities.

Ilinca on camera: …is what would offer the best chance of succeeding in a place like this.

Name key: Ilinca – Professor

Visuals: Ilinca walking on campus.

Ilinca voiceover: Every day I go to work, I walk on campus, and I see…

Ilinca on camera: …people studying, researching. I look at the mountains and the ocean, and I think:

Visuals: Ilinca walking down hallway and into classroom. Camera pans across a classroom full of students.

Ilinca voiceover: I’m living in one of the most beautiful places on Earth. When I go to campus, I am surrounded by a multi-ethnic and multicultural community…

Ilinca on camera: …and that is, I think, I cherish about my work.

A white screen appears. With a maple leaf cursor the text types onto the screen.

Text displays: Canada is a big country with big opportunities and safe and welcoming communities.

Graphic: Canada has a high standard of living and great respect for rights and freedoms.

Visuals: Man walking out of glass door onto sidewalk past camera.

Dinesh voiceover: If what you’re looking for is safety, a feeling of oneness…

Name key: Dinesh – Business Analyst

Dinesh on camera: …feeling like you’re not being judged, and you’re actually part of the community, I wouldn’t think twice before choosing Canada.

Visuals: Shots looking up to office towers. Dinesh walking through large, open office lobby.

Dinesh voiceover: The Express Entry system, I think it’s by far the easiest system on the planet. I think it’s transparent. All the information is out there. Everything’s clear.

Dinesh on camera: I think going through the Express Entry system was probably easier than getting my driving licence.

Visuals: Dinesh walking through office lobby.

Dinesh voiceover: The whole process took three months for me, and I couldn’t have been happier.

Dinesh on camera: I think, in Canada, with hard work and perseverance, the opportunities are endless.

A white screen appears. With a maple leaf cursor the text types onto the screen.

Text displays: You can be successful, like the thousands of other experienced professionals and skilled workers who immigrate to Canada each year.

Text displays: Build a new life in Canada with Express Entry. Visit Canada.ca/ExpressEntry to see how Express Entry is right for you.

Screen fades to black and the copyright and Canada wordmark appears.

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