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New National Occupation Classification (NOC) 2021 to Be Implemented from November 16, 2022 - How Does TEER System Change Your Immigration Business Plan?

– Immigration| Canada Immigration Update

IRCC started using a 6 category system (TEER) that represents Training, Education, Experience and Responsibilities instead of the existing NOC system with 5 categories. 

The new categorization must be implemented for each application as of  November 16, 2022. It will affect business immigration on a large scale.  Joorney Canada is always on top of the changes affecting all immigration programs that involve business plans. All changes are in effect from November 16, and we are ready to implement them in our business plans.

The TEER system categories include the evaluation of the experience and responsibilities that the applicant has included in their application. Take into consideration that these are included in the business plan, bringing even more emphasis to the immigration business plans crafted and built by industry experts.


The details about the applicant’s experience are always written in a separate chapter in the business plan. On the other hand, the responsibilities of the applicant’s role are included within the personnel plan, as well as the work responsibilities sections that explain the exceptional abilities of the applicant used in their role.

Joorney Canada always keeps up to date with the changes affecting all immigration programs. All changes were effect from November 16th, and we are ready to implement them in our business plans.

More information about the new NOC system here:

Following the new NOC system, the immigration business plan’s value in your application will only be of greater importance. We are here to support you with the expertise of writing professional immigration business plans, custom-made to present your business plans for Canadian immigration.

Disclaimer: Joorney Business Plans Canada Inc. is not a law firm nor an immigration consulting firm and all information provided in this document should not be considered as legal advice or any advice or recommendation on any immigration application program. All information provided in this document should be verified by a licensed or certified immigration professional before the reader can act on this information. As such, it is understood that Joorney Business Plans Canada Inc. shall not be liable for any loss or damage of whatever nature (direct, indirect, consequential, or other) whether arising in contract, tort, or otherwise, which may arise as a result of your use of (or inability to use) this document, or from your use of (or failure to use) the information on this document.

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