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16 New Occupations Became Eligible For Express Entry!

16 NOC C Occupations To Become Eligible For Express Entry tomorrow on November 16 with implementation of new NOC 2021 (TEER system).

Furthermore, 12 NOC occupations will become ineligible for Atlantic Immigration Program (AIP).

16 occupations that were previously under NOC C will now fall under TEER 3 of new NOC codes.

Similarly, 12 occupations will also move from NOC C (TEER 4) to NOC D (TEER 5) level affecting eligibility for Atlantic Immigration Program(AIP).

List of 16 NOC C occupations that will shift to TEER 3 and become eligible for Express Entry System

  1. Payroll Administrators
  2. Dental Assistants and dental laboratory assistants
  3. Nurse aides, orderlies and patient service associates
  4. Pharmacy technical assistants and pharmacy assistants
  5. Elementary and secondary school teacher assistants
  6. Sheriffs and bailiffs
  7. Correctional service officers
  8. By-lay enforcement and other regulatory officers
  9. Estheticians, electrologists and related occupations
  10. Residential and commercial installers and servicers
  11. Pest controllers and fumigators
  12. Other repairers and servicers
  13. Transport truck drivers
  14. Bus drivers, subway operators and other transit operators
  15. Heavy equipment operators
  16. Aircraft assemblers and aircraft assembly inspectors

List of 12 occupations that will shift from TEER 4 (NOC C) to TEER 5 (NOC D) – This will effect applicants of Atlantic Immigration Program which allows NOC C and above skill levels!

  1. Pet groomers and animal care workers
  2. Other support occupations in personal services
  3. Longshore workers
  4. Material handlers
  5. Taxi and limousine drivers and chauffeurs
  6. Delivery service drivers and door-to-door distributors
  7. Boat and cable ferry operators and related occupations
  8. Livestock labourers
  9. Nursery and greenhouse labourers
  10. Trappers and hunters
  11. Food and beverage servers
  12. Labourers in textile processing and cutting

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