How do I check my Canadian PR points?

by Nationwide Visas Canada Immigration Services

Getting a Canadian PR is the best route to Settle in Canada. The country introduced the Canada Express Entry Program in 2015, which enables the applicants to apply for Canadian PR in the fastest way possible. However, there is a basic criterion to apply for PR through Express Entry. The candidates are evaluated on a point-based criterion. The Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) is an evaluating tool that the Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) employs to rank profiles in the Express Entry pool against each other. This point-based approach assigns a CRS score to candidates in the pool based on age, language proficiency, work experience, education, and ties to Canada. Based on your CRS score, you will be placed in the Express Entry pool if you apply for a Canada PR visa through the Express Entry System.

67 Points Eligibility

To submit an Express Entry profile online, the candidate must first evaluate if he/she even qualifies for the Express Entry Program. To submit the profile each applicant must score at least 67 points out of 100. Using the 67 Points System in Canada Immigration, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) evaluates applicants for the Federal Skilled Workers Program to determine eligibility. The applicants must achieve a minimum score of 67 points on the Express Entry points calculator in order to proceed. Under this scheme, a candidate can earn up to 100 points. If the applicant does not receive at least 67 points, the application will be rejected. These points are allocated based on the following factors.

·         Age: 12 points

High scores are available to applicants between the ages of 18 and 35. Their point score drops as the applicant grow older. The maximum number of points awarded for age is 12.

·         Work Experience: 15 points

Working full-time for 30 hours each week for 12 months in a row gives the applicant solid marks. A candidate is qualified for the maximum point score if they have worked for six years or longer.

·         Language: 28 points

There are two official languages of Canada, English and French. Applicants who do well on the language test are more likely to do well on the point calculation. Applicants who are fluent in both languages have a better chance of succeeding. CELPIP and IELTS are two English language tests. TCF and TEF are two French language tests.

·         Education: 25 points

Officials review each diploma/degree certification to determine the candidate's educational qualifications. Regulatory entities, such as the World Education Services (WES), assist in the process.

·         Arranged Employment: 10 points

Before relocating, the individual must receive a work offer from a Canadian employer. The employment offer letter must be for a full-time position with at least one year of experience to qualify for the points.

·         Adaptability: 10 points

It can assist the candidate to receive bonus points if they already have a relative in Canada. An additional ten points could be given to the candidate. Note that this category is optional.

Canada CRS score Eligibility

Once you know that you qualify the 67 points out of 100, you submit your Express Entry profile online. Later, you are bound to calculate whether you shall be able to match the Canada CRS score cut-off. The CRS ranks eligible candidates for immigration to Canada through Express Entry under the following components:

  •         core human capital factors;
  •         accompanying spouse or common-law factors;
  •          skill transferability factors; and
  •          factors relating to a provincial nomination that substitutes:
  •         a qualifying offer of arranged employment
  •         Canadian study experience
  •          a sibling in Canada, and/or
  •         French language ability.

There are a total of 1,200 points available under the Comprehensive Ranking System:

  •         a maximum of 500 points available for core human capital factors;
  •         a maximum of 100 points available for skill transferability factors;
  •         600 points are available for either a provincial nomination; or
  •         up to 200 points available for a qualifying offer of arranged employment; and
  •        up to 30 points for Canadian study experience
  •         up to 50 additional points for French language ability, combined with English language ability; and
  •         a maximum of 15 points for a sibling in Canada.

For candidates who are applying with a spouse visa or common-law partner, there are the following:

  •         a maximum of 460 points available for core human capital factors of the principal applicant;
  •          a maximum of 40 points for the core human capital factors of the spouse or common-law partner;
  •          600 points are available for either a provincial nomination; or
  •          up to 200 points available for a qualifying offer of arranged employment; and
  •          up to 30 points for a Canadian study experience.
  •          up to 50 additional points for French language ability, combined with English language ability; and
  •          a maximum of 15 points for a sibling in Canada (one sibling of the principal applicant and the accompanying spouse/common-law partner is considered).


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