Getting a Canadian PR and settling in Canada is a big dream for many. Well, most Indians with good education and skill will opt for this option and move to Canada and get the PR. With a Canadian PR visa, you get to experience more freedom and other amenities in Canada and if you are planning to live in Canada, getting a PR visa is the best thing you can do. Once you have the PR visa, you can become a citizen of Canada after qualifying for certain criteria.
Well, one important criterion for getting a PR visa is the CRS score. With a high CRS score, your chances of getting a Canadian PR visa will improve and the minimum score must be 67. So, here in this article, you will learn some tricks and tips to increase your CRS scores.
What is CSR Score and how it is Calculated
Well, you might wonder what the CRS score is? CRS score is a qualification criterion set by the Canadian Immigrations Authority to filter out candidates to provide PR visas. It is a simple assessment set by the authority to make sure that only the best get selected and this is the first step of the PR application process. So, CRS stands for Comprehensive Ranking System.
Only based on your CRS score, you will be selected or shortlisted. So, as mentioned above, a minimum score of 67 is required to get a Canadian PR visa. So, to get a better score, you have to understand the CRS assessment better and apply better strategies to get a good score. So, what constitutes the CRS assessment, and what are the criteria that will be graded. Well, there is a list of things that will be considered for the CRS score such as your educational qualification, language proficiency, age, work experience(skill), and some other basic factors. Well, you have to have good standards in all these criteria to maintain a good CRS score.
Breakdown of Points
- Human capital factor + spouse factor= 500 points.
- Human capital factor + spouse factor + transferability factor= 600 points.
- Human capital factor + spouse factor + additional points =1200 points.
Human Capital Factor Encloses
- Age: maximum 110 points.
- Education: maximum 150 points.
- Language proficiency: maximum 170 points.
- Canadian work experience: maximum 80 points.
Skill Transferability Factor Encloses
- Educational qualification: maximum 50 points.
- Foreign work experience: maximum 50 points.
- Certificate of qualification: maximum 50 points.
Well, the criteria are basic and to make it clear, here is the detailed information of what your status should be in each criterion to get a good CRS score.
Here are the key Factors that will help boost yur CRS Scores
Boosting the CRS score is a very primitive question for everyone who aspires to get a Canadian PR visa. With a high CRS score, you can get the PR visa with ease, so working on improving the score is an absolute necessity. So, here are the tips you might be interested in for improving your CRS score.
Well, as mentioned previously, the Canadian CRS score depends on some basic criteria like language proficiency, educational qualification, skill, a job offer from a reputed Canadian Company, close family residing in Canada(PR holder or Citizen), Educational qualification from Canada, age, and spouse.
- Canada has two major languages spoken widely and learning them both will be ideal. English and French are the two major languages and you have to have a good IELTS score for getting selected for applying for a Canadian PR visa. If you have a certificate certifying you with basic or professional proficiency in French, you have an added benefit.
- The next major criteria are education and work skills. When it comes to educational qualification, you need to have a basic degree qualification, a PHd or education from Canadian universities will boost your CRS score to the maximum. And when it comes to skills, you need to be an expert and possess adequate experience in your field. If you have work experience in any Canadian company, your CRS score will improve. And if you have a job offer letter from a reputed Canadian firm, your CRS score will increase.
- So, now, if you are between the age group of 20 to 29, your CRS score will be good, as Canada needs a young workforce and you can use it to your advantage.
- Well, if you have a close relative like a brother or a sister who is a PR holder or a citizen, this factor will improve your CRS score. If you don’t have any, don’t worry, you have other criteria where you will get the opportunity to improve.
Well, these are the aspects that you can consider to increase your CRS score. Well, it is not so easy to boost your CRS score but you have to do some things to improve the score and easily avail the PR visa. Well, if you have queries and questions, contact JVS immigrations in Delhi and the Canadian PR visa team will help you with all the details. Fix an appointment with the experts at JVS and avail your PR visa with ease.