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Free Assessment

General Immigration Express Entry And Provincial Nominee Program 

Personal profile


Country of Residence*

Do you have any children under the age of 22?

Marital status

Country of Citizenship*

Preferred Destination in Canada

Your Language Skills

Please describe your proficiency in English and/or French under each of the four skills listed below.

Expert: You have fluent command of the language, with full understanding and no difficulty with expression. Your use of terms is accurate and appropriate.

Very good: You handle complex arguments and scenarios well, with fully operational command. Unfamiliar situations may result in slight errors or misunderstandings.

Good: You can express yourself and control complex language with detailed reasoning, despite some occasional errors and misunderstandings.

Competent: Despite occasional misunderstandings and inappropriate usage, you have an effective grasp of expressing yourself and understanding, particularly in more familiar scenarios.

Modest: Though you have only a partial command of the language, you can handle some more complex situations, though it is likely your expression will include errors.

Limited: Understanding and expression is difficult, and limited to familiar situations. Language use is limited, and you are not able to use complex language.







Your Education and Training

Have you completed high school (secondary school)?*

Your Work History

Have you done any paid work during the last 10 years?*

Express Entry Profile 

Have you already submitted an Express Entry profile to the Government of Canada within the past 12 months?

Some candidates for immigration to Canada have already taken a first step and submitted an Express Entry profile. Only candidates who are eligible for one of Canada's federal economic immigration programs are able to submit their profile into the Express Entry pool. Select 'yes' if you have submitted an Express Entry profile prior to completing this assessment form. Otherwise, select 'no'.

Canadian Job Offer

Do you have a written job offer from a Canadian employer?

A Canadian employer has provided you with a written job offer and is interested in hiring you now, or once you become a Permanent Resident. With a genuine Canadian job offer, you may be qualified for certain fast-track Canadian immigration programs.

Family or Friends in Canada

Do you have a close friend living in the province of Manitoba who is 18 years or older?

Do you have any family members or relatives living in Canada and who are 18 years or older? 

A family member is someone who is related to you or your spouse/common-law partner. With family and/or friends in Canada, you may qualify for certain fast-track Canadian immigration programs.

NOTE: Certain provinces allow step (e.g. step-brother) and in-law (e.g. sister-in-law) relationship for purpose of family sponsorship. If your family member has such a relationship, please provide complete information in the Questions and Comments section below.

Your Personal Net Worth

This question is optional. Net worth is considered for some immigration programs.



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First Name*


Last Name*


Questions and Comments

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