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The Federal Court ruled out that applicants under Express Entry do not require supporting documents for factors they are not claiming points for

Reviewing the application of a Canadian Experience Class (CEC) applicant, the Federal Court of Canada ruled out that an applicant who intends to claim points based on level of education is required to submit an educational credential assessment (ECA), while those who have no such intention or do not need those points can ignore the supporting documents and not submit them. If an applicant’s score is above the minimum number of points, and she or he meets the eligibility requirements, it is unreasonable for the immigration officer to reject the application.
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