In order for one to be eligible for the Express Entry Visa for Canada programs, to start off they must have adequate points to qualify and then sufficient points to make it through the competitive cut offs for Canada Immigration. Express entry profile would be ranked based on the CRS points. Skills, Work experience, Language proficiency, Educational credentials and age are some of the main basis on which the CRS is computed.
Scoring higher points in CRS would make you eligible to get an ITA (invitation to apply) from CIC (Citizenship and Immigration Canada).
It is always advisable to go through this whole process of CRS with the help and guidance of immigration consultants. Here at Novus Canada, a Canadian Immigration Consultant, we ensure that all the documents and mandatory requirements pertaining right from the Express entry to the CRS system are submitted on behalf of the client, which is a great relief for him/her getting them a step closer to Canada immigration.
In 1967 Canada was one of the first countries to implement a point based system for Canadian immigration.
To be eligible for the Express entry one must qualify to apply under one of the skilled categories i.e, Federal Skilled Worker, Federal Skilled Trades and Canadian Experience Class.
Further more, in order to be eligible to apply under the Express Entry Visa for Canada, one must have enough CRS points depending on the cut-off of each round of Invitation.
The points one gets from the CRS includes a core set of points up to 600 and a set of additional points of up to 600. The total score will be out of 1,200. The cut – off threshold in CRS for Canada Immigration changes once in 15 days due to certain factors which affect the CRS. Visit the best immigration
Consultants in Vancouver to know more about the CRS points system required for Canada Immigration.
|The main scoring category : core (Maximum of 600 points)||Secondary scoring category : Additional score-(Maximum of 600 points)|
|1. Skills and experience (Maximum 500 without a spouse and 460 with a spouse)||1. Canadian degrees, diplomas or certificates (Maximum 30 points)|
|2. Spouse or common - law partner factors, such as their language skills and education (Maximum 40 points)||2. A valid job offer from the Canadian employer (50 to maximum 200 points)|
|3. Skills transferability, includes education and work experience (Maximum 100 points)||3. A nomination from a province or territory (PNP)- (Maximum 600 points)|
An immigration agency would help you more in detail regarding the CRS points and how they are divided for Canada Immigration.
You can check your CRS score to check if you’re eligible for Canada Immigration using the Canadian Government's immigration department (IRCC’s) website’s tool using the link below: cic.gc.ca/english/immigrate/skilled/crs-tool.asp