When I decided to come to Canada, I researched online and found the Association of Professional Engineers & Geoscientists of Manitoba (APEGM) and read about the assessment process.
As part of my immigration process, I had to visit Winnipeg and be interviewed by an immigration officer so while I was here, I went to the APEGM office and got the necessary forms.
Back in Israel, I applied for the assessment and received a letter from them about how many exams I needed to write to be qualified. I submitted my transcripts, syllabi and the final project for my bachelor degree.
Everything was reviewed and my institute was partially recognized. That's why I only had three exams to challenge. After I arrived I just had to take those three exams.