The requirements for receiving Canada PR visa

by Nationwide V. Visa Consultant

Whether you are stuck at home or enjoying your precious family time amid this 21-day government-imposed lockdown amid the Coronavirus crisis, there are things that you can pay the attention that they deserve, for example – your career in Canada as a skilled worker. You can make the best use of this time at home by taking a look at your career graph and evaluate whether it’s moving in the right direction or it is stagnant due to the lack of opportunities or because you are still waiting for that right job position with an ideal employer. In this regard, many people see Canada as a great place to work because the Canadian immigration program managed by IRCC is primarily focused on allowing people who have the skills and experience that the Canadian economy needs – to reside permanently in Canada on Permanent Resident (PR) Visa.

If you think you have got the talent and relevant experience to make a valuable contribution to the Canadian economy, you shouldn’t wait any longer and take that first step for a well-deserved leap in your career. Use our up-to-date CRS Calculator to check your eligibility for Canada PR. You just have to answer a few questions which take just 5-10 minutes and you will be able to find out whether you meet all the eligibility criteria with the help of this CRS score calculator

Let me give you brief information about the programs available for your Canada immigration. Prior to that, if you are wondering what CRS is, I’ll explain it in simple terms. CRS stands for Comprehensive Ranking System and this system is followed by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) to grant Canada PR Visa to applicants across various categories. In this system, you are given points for various factors, that include your:

  • Age

  • Level of education

  • Language proficiency in English/French (the official languages of Canada)

  • Work experience (both in and outside Canada)

  • Job offer from a Canadian employer, and

  • Adaptability (it has a few other factors)

The CRS has a maximum of 1200 points and the sum of CRS points that you get for the factors listed above is your CRS score. Highest raking candidates are issued an Invitation to Apply (ITA) for Canada PR Visa. Therefore, the key message is – the higher your CRS score, the greater your chances of receiving an ITA for Canada PR Visa.

Now, coming back to the programs that are available for Canada immigration, these are the most popular choices:

  • Express Entry program

  • Provincial Nominee Program (PNP)

Express Entry is the most preferred pathway for securing Canada PR Visa as it allows you to live and work anywhere in Canada. The program is directly managed by the Federal Government of Canada. The other pathway is the Provincial Nominee Program (PNP). PNPs are the programs managed by Canada’s Provincial Governments in collaboration with the Federal Government. PNPs have a limitation, as getting Canada PR through a PNP, restricts you to the province concerned in terms of working and living. But the advantage is, all PNPs have at least one Express Entry linked Immigration stream and when a province nominates you for Canada PR, it adds 600 CRS points to your CRS score, giving you surety of securing Canada PR Visa.

Now, I am sure, you understand how important your CRS score is. So, utilize your time home and give our CRS Calculator a try to check your CRS score.

In case, you have any questions or concerns, get them addressed from the comfort of your home. Just dial Nationwide Visas at +91 92 92 92 92 81 to get personalized help from an Immigration expert, that too in the form of free consultation. Don’t keep your career waiting, pick your phone now!

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