How CRS Calculator for Canada Express Entry Works?
Comprehensive Ranking System or popularly known as the CRS Calculator plays an important role in deciding which candidate is best suited for Canada Immigration. By now prospective immigrants might be well aware about the much talked about and highly useful Canadian Express Entry System.
Express Entry System
But before we talk about the CRS Calculator for Canada Express Entry, let’s talk about the Express Entry System first!
It is basically a brain child of the Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) and introduced on the lines of the widely used and globally renowned Australian SkillSelect. It is a complete electronic system where applicants are required to create an online profile stating why they wish to come and live in the Maple Leaf Country, and answer a simple series of questions.
On the basis of their answers, they are picked up for Express Entry pool, and are awarded points on the basis of the CRS. Those applicants, who score high points on the calculator, are likely to be issued an Invitation to Apply (ITA). They will have 60 days to claim the prized and the much sought after Canadian Permanent Residency (PR).
Frankly speaking, it is one of the quickest systems duly developed to clear the visa application backlog even while it aims to pick the best skill talent from all over the world. Various economic programmes falls under the Express Entry System, and once the applicant is eligible for any of these, then only his application is processed further, and taken to the next stage.
CRS Calculator for Canada Express Entry
Each applicant gets an equal opportunity to score up to 12, 00 points on the CRS Calculator. After calculating under various factors the final score tells which aspirant will really receive an Invitation to Apply (ITA) for the Maple Leaf Country.
Candidates are awarded points on the basis of following factors:
Language: With a spouse or common low partner, applicant may score up to 128 points, and without a spouse or common law partner, he may score up to 136 points. It is divided into four segments which are listening, talking, reading and writing. Each of the segments gives you an opportunity to score up to 34 points without spouse or common law partner, and 32 points with a spouse or common law partner.
Age: Each applicant may score a maximum of 100 points along with a spouse or common law partner, or else may achieve a maximum of 110 points with a spouse or common law partner. Aspirants between the age group of 20 to 29 are likely to score more. It means if you are comparatively young, your chances of moving to the nation are better.
Education: With a spouse or common law partner the candidate may gain up to 140 points, and without a spouse or common law partner the applicant gets a chance to score up to 150 points. For a breakup of points, you may visit the official website of the CIC.
Experience: With a spouse or common law partner the applicant may score up to 80 points, and without a spouse or common law partner the applicant gets a chance to score a maximum of 70 points. For a breakup of points, you may visit the official website of the CIC.
Skill Transferability Factors: It includes applicant’s Canadian work experience (if any), educational qualifications, work experience of any other country and the qualifications related his trade. For complete point breakup, please visit the official website of the CIC.
Those applicants, with a job offer from a Canadian Employer, are likely to get 600 points extra. However, if you do not have a prior job offer, you may register yourself with the Canada Job Bank–an initiative of Canadian government to connect Canadian Employers with foreign talent.
Now one hopes, you know well how the CRS Calculator works for Canada Express System. Make the most of the information and shift to the immigration destination of your dreams.