Canada Skilled Immigration Points Calculator
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02. Select your age
03. Your education
04. Your Work Experience
05. Your English
06. Do you know French?
06. Your French Proficiency?
07. Are you married?
Your spouse/partner's English Proficiency
Does your spouse/partner have Canadian work experience
Has your spouse/partner studied in Canada for 2 or more years
Have you worked in Canada for 1 or more years
Have you Studied in Canada for 2 or more years
Do you have an adult relative in Canada on a PR visa/is a citizen
08. Enter your details
Your eligibiliy Score to migrate Canada
Minimum threshold is 67
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Changes were made to CRS (Comprehensive Ranking System) calculator to evaluate scores of individuals under the Canada Skilled Worker Points System. According to it, individuals need to score at least 67 points to be eligible to migrate to Canada as skilled workers. The factors that will be assessed include skills, work experience, educational qualifications, English language proficiency and others.
Canada has been following a points system for quite some years. The eligibility of immigrants is decided on various points such as age, language, education and work experience. You will be given points based on your profile.
Your Canada immigration points would have a significant impact on your ability to immigrate to Canada as a permanent resident. To apply for a Canada permanent residency, you must score at least 67 points on different eligibility requirements. Your will be assessed on a point-based framework based solely on the six factors mentioned below:
Factor 1: AGE
Factor 2: EDUCATION
Factor 3: EXPERIENCE
Factor 4: LANGUAGE SKILLS
Factor 5: ARRANGED EMPLOYMENT IN CANADA [LMIA approved]
Factor 6: ADAPTABILITY
Based on the details of your profile, you can use the Canada PR points calculator to decide whether you have the minimum score of 67 points for immigration to Canada and are eligible to apply for permanent residency to Canada.
Using the Canada points calculator, you can know whether you are eligible to apply for Canada’s most popular immigration program which is the Express Entry program.
The Canada Express Entry system is based on a points system where you will have to score 67 points out of 100 to be eligible to apply.
Based on the Canada Express Entry calculator applicants earn points based on qualifications, experience, Canadian employment status and provincial / territorial nomination. The higher your points, the greater the chances of having an invitation to apply (ITA) for permanent residency. Applicants receive the points based on a Comprehensive Ranking System or CRS.
The Express Entry system consists of the Federal Skilled Workers (FSW) program, the Federal Skilled Trades (FST) program, and the Canadian Experience Class (CEC). To be eligible for the Express Entry pool of applicants, you must be eligible for one of these programs. Each applicant is given a CRS score out of 1200 points. The CRS score of the applicant determines his chances of getting selected from the Express Entry pool and getting a chance to apply for permanent residency. The CRS score keeps changing with every Express Entry draw which is held approximately every two weeks by the Canadian government.
The Canada Express Entry points calculator is based on the following assessment factors to assign a CRS score to the applicant:
- Human capital factors
- Spouse or common-law partner factors
- Skill transferability
- Additional points
Human capital and spouse common law partner factors: You can score a maximum of 500 points under both these factors. Your human capital score will be calculated based on the criteria mentioned above.
Regarding the points you can score under the spouse/common law partner factor, you can score a maximum of 500 points if your spouse/common-law partner is not coming with you to Canada. You can score a maximum of 460 points if your spouse is coming with you to Canada.
Skill Transferability: You can gain a maximum of 100 points under this category. The three important factors considered under Skill Transferability include:
Education: A high-level of language proficiency and a post-secondary degree or Canadian work experience combined with a post-secondary degree can give you 50 points.
Work Experience: Foreign work experience combined with high-level language proficiency or Canadian work experience with foreign work experience will give you 50 points.
Canadian qualification: A certificate of qualification with a high level of language proficiency will give you 50 points.
Additional points: It is possible to gain a maximum of 600 points based on various factors. Here is a breakdown of the points.
CRS cut-off score: To get your exact score based on the Canada CRS score calculator, you will need to factor in the points from your language test results as well as those from your Educational Credential Assessment (ECA) if your degree is not from a Canadian university.
The CRS score determined for each draw is based on the number of applicants in the Express Entry pool and the immigration targets of Canada. The CRS cut-off score will be higher if the average of the cut-off scores in the pool is higher. An applicant has to ensure that he gets the highest CRS score that is possible.
Improve your CRS score: Even after you enter the Express Entry pool and your CRS score does not meet the requirement, you can find ways to improve it. Here are some ways to improve your CRS score:
- Improve your language score: If you score well in language tests such as the IELTS, you will have significant addition to your CRS score. For instance, if you score a Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) of 9 in the language test, you will get up to 136 direct points added to your CRS score. You can also add up to 24 points by appearing for a language test in French.
- Get a job offer: A job offer from a Canadian employer will give you 200 additional points.
- Get education in Canada: If you complete a recognized degree or diploma in Canada, you can get up to 30 extra points.
- Apply for permanent residency with your spouse: Applying for permanent residency with your spouse can give you both additional points. Your spouse’s language proficiency will be worth 20 points, while the level of education and Canadian work experience can amount to 10 points under each category. So, you can get up to 40 points to add to your CRS score.
- Get an LMIA approved job offer: You can add up to 600 points to your CRS score if you secure a job offer that is recognized by the Labor Market Impact Assessment (LMIA), from an employer in Canada.
- Continue working: If you have less than three years of full-time work experience, you have the chance to add points to your CRS score if you continue working.
Apply under a Provincial Nominee Program linked to Express Entry: If you get a provincial nomination under a PNP which is linked to the Express Entry system, you will have 600 points added to your CRS score. For instance, if the required CRS score in a particular draw is 825 and you have already received your provincial nomination, you will have 600 points added to your CRS score and will need to score only 225 points to receive an ITA.
You can use the CRS points calculator to determine your score and if you feel that you should improve your score, then these are some ways to improve your CRS score and if you feel you can adopt any one or more methods that are feasible, then you should go ahead and try your best to improve your score. This will greatly improve your chances of making the cut in the next Express Entry draw you apply for.