Stuck with your profile not qualifying for the Express Entry pool? Don’t know what to do next? Don’t worry. With this simple mantra, not only you can make your profile strong but also qualify for Express Entry and make your dream of immigrating to Canada come true.
The primary aim of every aspirant applying for Canada PR is to work and settle in Canada permanently. If you need to make your profile strong for the Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS), you will need these six accreditations working for you. According to the CRS points based system, for an individual to qualify for the Express Entry pool for a Canada Permanent Residence visa is to score at least 67 points out of 100.
Factors to boost your Canada Permanent Resident Visa profile strong:
- Work Experience
- Fluency in English or French language
- Job offer
- Spouse or common-law partner moving to Canada as Dependent
- Get a Provincial Nomination
Let us now discuss each factor in detail.
Your age can play a prominent role in securing a Canadian Permanent Resident visa. Age is given a maximum of 12 points out of 100. The population of Canada is mostly aging or already aged, hence Canada is keen to invite young talents from all over the world. Therefore, if you are young (aged between 28-34), you can earn maximum points.
Education is given a maximum of 25 points. To gain these points you need to show that you are a Canadian graduate or an equivalent degree holder. If your education was pursued outside Canada, then you need to get your educational credentials evaluated by an authorized agency named World Education Services. Once your certificates are evaluated you will receive a report which you need to submit during your documentation.
- Work Experience:
Canada’s National Occupation (NOC) system has allotted a 4 digit job code to every occupation. Based on your job roles and responsibilities, you need to match it with the ones assigned with job codes. This will help the applicant by showing what all jobs are in the demand list of the Canadian job market. Your work Experience can give you a maximum of 15 points.
- Fluency in English or French language:
Providing proof of your language proficiency (be it English or French) is a compulsory step to get a Permanent Resident visa in Canada. This is to show that you can live and work in Canada without any issues of communication. To provide proof of your language competency, you need to take an English or French language competency Test. As you know IELTS is for English, likewise TEF is for french. The more you score in these tests, the higher are your chances for Express Entry nomination. The maximum points given to the language test are 28 points.
- Job Offer:
Most people applying for Canada PR does not have a job offer. Having said that, you will not lose any points for not having a valid job offer at your hand. However, if an applicant has a Canadian job offer when applying for Express Entry he is virtually guaranteed to receive an invitation to apply for Permanent Residence as it would add 10 points to his profile.
- Spouse or common-law partner moving to Canada as Dependent:
If you are married and willing to take your spouse or common-law partner along with you to Canada, you will be earning additional points. Given that your partner should be Educated and willing to take the English language fluency test (IELTS). The maximum points you can earn by taking your partner to Canada is 10 points.
So check the above-written details of each factor that will impact your Canada Immigration profile. However, if you want expert opinion visit Eminence Immigration for advice by registering for free counseling.
We have a team of great professionals who are very well versed with all the Canada visa processes and may help you get the visa with very less hassle and trust-worthy service.