Know where you stand with Comprehensive Ranking Systemby Visa Experts Immigration Consultants | PR Visa Agent
Employment opportunities, and a place where you don’t feel you have gone much far when it comes to community, then Canada is the place that takes the cake. With its broad immigration policies and a widespread global hub for immigrants, there is no other place than the Maple leaf nation that has stolen the hearts of many, when it comes to a peaceful living coupled with security and lots of potential not only for skilled workers, but also for businessmen, entrepreneurs as well as investors who have made
Canada as their base for growth and development, thereby contributing to its economy in a big way. Which is why permanent residency is considered one of the best ways to be able to live and work here for the long run.
But this journey is incomplete without being able to be get your eligibility sorted out. So, if you are skilled professional who has the ideal profile, all you need is a perfect score on the Comprehensive Ranking System to be able to either get an Invitation to apply from Canada or a nomination from the immigration program of the Canadian province of your choice.
No matter whether you apply through the Canada Express entry system directly or via any of the Provincial Nominee programs you will be required to create a profile based upon which you will be ranked. The tool which does it with ease is the CRS system, that assesses your profile on six selection factors of:
· language ability
· work experience
· arranged employment
This is basically a merit-based Canada point system that assigns scores to every candidate who have their profiles created in the Express entry pool of Canada. This point system is known as the Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS), and the scores that are given out are called the CRS score.
If as a candidate you have submitted your profiles in the Express Entry Program profile, you are assigned a score that is calculated out off 1200 points. Every two weeks the immigration and citizenship department of Canada, conducts an Express entry draw, wherein they issue a round of Invitations to Apply (ITAs) for permanent residence in Canada to the high scorers
To be able to get a score on the Comprehensive Ranking System, you as a prospective applicant should be eligible under the following programs:
· Federal Skilled Worker Class
· Federal Skilled Trades Class
· Canadian Experience Class
The points you secure from a CRS are inclusive of a core set of points that go up to a maximum of 600 points as well as an extra additional point of 600, totaling up to 1200 points.
For more information and assistance about Comprehensive Ranking System, you can get in touch with our certified Canada immigration consultants.
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