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What makes a job offer valid under Express Entry?


A valid job offer is:

  • Offered for a minimum of one year
  • Full time work, not part time
  • Is a relevant skilled job as listed in the Canadian National Occupational Classification List (NOC) skill type 0, A or B.

The job offer must be given in writing, and the offer should list out details of the job offer including:

  • Salary/Wages
  • Duties of the job
  • Hours of work
  • Any other conditions relevant to the job

A valid job offer needs to be supported by a Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA). The employer would need to apply for one before they can extend a job offer. Once they receive the LMIA, they need to provide you with a copy, together with the written job offer. There are some instances where an employer is exempt from needing an LMIA to support the job offer.

Under the express entry system, if you are extended a valid job offer from an employer, you can score an additional 50 – 200 points under the Comprehensive Ranking System, depending on the type of job and the skill type.
A job offer may not be considered valid if your employer is on the ineligible list of employers or from an Embassy, high commission or consulate.

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