Canada 67 Points


Canada’s immigration system employs the Express Entry system, which evaluates candidates based on six selection factors to determine their eligibility for immigration. Here’s a brief overview of each factor:

1. Age: Candidates between 18 and 35 years old receive the maximum points. Points decrease as age increases, with no points awarded after the age of 47.

2. Education: Points are awarded based on the level of education completed. Higher levels of education, such as a master’s or doctorate degree, earn more points.

3. Language Skills (English and French): Proficiency in English and French is assessed through language tests like IELTS or CELPIP for English and TEF for French. Higher scores result in more points.

4. Work Experience: Candidates receive points based on the number of years of skilled work experience they have. More points are awarded for longer work experience in skilled occupations.

5. Arranged Employment: Candidates with a valid job offer from a Canadian employer may receive additional points. The job offer must be supported by a Labor Market Impact Assessment (LMIA).

6. Adaptability: Additional points are awarded for factors such as having a close relative in Canada, having studied or worked in Canada previously, or having a job offer in Canada.

Candidates must score a minimum number of points to qualify for immigration through Express Entry. The Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) ranks candidates based on these factors, and those with the highest scores are invited to apply for permanent residency through regular draws conducted by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC).

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