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HOW TO CHECK YOUR ELIGIBILITY FOR CANADA PR STATUS?

The eligibility for Canada PR status is calculated on the basis of Point measurement of every candidate. These points are calculated based on the personal information of the Candidate in which the parameters of evaluation are: Age, Language proficiency, Education, Work Experience and adaptability. There are points which are allotted to the candidate and based on these points under the comprehensive Ranking system (CRS) a score is set for each candidate. These scores are different for every individual depending on their capabilities and credentials. After this the minimum eligibility of the candidate is calculated based on the points determined by the IRCC and announced under the Express Entry Draws. It should be noted that only those candidates who score minimum points as per the Express Entry Draws will become eligible to apply for the PR status.

Canada PR Eligibility Points Calculator 2019

Calculate my Eligibility for Canada Permanent Resident Visa 2019

Six important factors that will decide your eligibility for Canada PR

  • AGE: You will score the maximum of 12 out of 12   points if your age is between 18-35 years
  • Education: Secure the maximum of 25 points for a doctorate level degree. The higher you are educated, the higher points you score for the education factor
  • Work Experience: Secure the maximum of 15 points for work experience if you have skilled work experience of 6 or more years
  • Language Proficiency: Give a significant boost to your score by scoring maximum of 28 points for the language proficiency factor by doing good in your language test
  • Adaptability: Take the advantage of scoring extra 10 points for a sibling or a close relative living in Canada. Your and your spouse/common-law partner’s past studies and work experience in Canada also considered
  • Job Offer: An arranged LMIA-approved employment offer in Canada can help you score additional 10 points

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