Check your likelihood of receiving Canada Permanent Resident (PR) Visaby Nationwide V. Visa Consultant
When it comes to moving to Canada on a Permanent Resident (PR) Visa, you can’t ignore the importance of your CRS score, which literally decides whether you get a go-ahead or have to wait more before you receive your invitation to apply (ITA) for Canada PR. CRS is the abbreviated form of the Comprehensive Ranking System. It is a ranking system that ranks Canada PR applicants basis their CRS points.
CRS points are awarded basis a number of factors. These are all associated with the individual applicant's worth or utility for the Canadian economy. In simple terms, before they grant you Canada PR Visa, they will check how useful you are going to be to the country’s economy. This is decided on the basis of your age, education, work experience, skills, etc.
With respect to age, the younger you are, the more points you get for the age factor (of, course not below 18 years of age as the primary applicant). The ideal age is between 29-35 years.
The same concept applies to your level of education. The higher you are educated, the higher points you will be awarded. Being educated to a doctorate level degree gets you the highest points. At the same time, certificate and diploma courses, along with your bachelor’s and master’s degrees also get you valuable CRS points.
Your work experience accumulated either in or outside Canada, both count in deciding how many CRS points you earn for this factor. The more work experience you have, the more points you get. The point to note here is, it is the skilled experience that counts. For example, if you are applying as a Computer Engineer, you must have relevant experience in the field of computer engineering.
For your successful movement to Canada, it is extremely important that you are able to communicate effectively on one of their two official languages – English and French. This is to ensure that you are able to communicate in society and the workplace without any issues and settle in Canada smoothly. To prove your language proficiency you will need to submit the results of a language test. For English, the acceptance tests are – IELTS and CELPIP and for French – TCF, and TEF. You should secure a satisfaction score for the 4 language abilities i.e. reading, writing, listening and speaking. Your language score is seen in terms of the Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) Levels and the higher your CLB the better it is.
CRS Score Calculator
Apart from these, there are other factors involved in deciding whether you receive your Canada PR or not. For this purpose, use our CRS calculator, which is up to date and instantly gives you an idea of what’s your standing in terms of securing Canada PR. Please note that the CRS score calculator only gives you a rough idea totally on the basis of the information you enter.
You might need to speak to someone to get clarification regarding certain things and how to go about starting the process of submitting your Canada PR application. For this, take advantage of our free consultation from the comfort of your home by dialler Nationwide Visas at +91 92 92 92 92 81 anytime it’s convenient for you. Also, you can write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org and receive a guaranteed response within 24 working hours.
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