Feeds Topics Living Abroad Every prospective Canadian immigrant should know this – The Canadian CRS

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    The Canadian government created a merit-based scoring system that allocates a score to each candidate in the Express Entry pool in order to rank immigration candidates. The Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) is the name of the points system, and the CRS score is the number issued to each applicant.

    Any person who submits a profile to the Express Entry pool of candidates is assigned a CRS score out of 1200 points. The Canadian government holds an Express Entry draw every two weeks, in which the highest-ranking individuals are issued Invitations to Apply (ITAs) for permanent residency. Note that IRCC does not reveal the date of the draw, the number of ITAs that will be given, or the minimum CRS score required in advance of each draw.

    There are some major factors that can earn you Canada immigration points. These factors are:

    • Core human factor
    • Spouse/ common-law partner factor
    • Skill Transferability Factor
    • Additional factor

    To know more about these factors and how to score high, this would help you.

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