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How To Improve Comprehensive Ranking System Score

In order to receive an ITA, you need to improve your CRS Score. But what exactly can you do?

There are 2 things that you can do in order to improve your Comprehensive Ranking System Score. The first one is to have a really good Express Entry profile and the second one is to prepare for an ITA or Provincial Nomination.

How to improve CRS Score?

In order to improve your CRS Score, you need to have the following:

SECTION A – Core/Human Capital
Criteria Maximum Points With Spouse Maximum Points Without Spouse
Age 100 110
Education 140 150
Language Skills(English/French) 150 160
Canadian Work Experience 70 80
SECTION B – Spouse or Common-Law Partner
Criteria Maximum Points
Education 10
Language Skills(English/French) 20
Canadian Work Experience 10
SECTION C – Skills Transferability
Education Maximum Points
Language Skills(English/French) + Education 50
Canadian Work Experience + Education 50
Foreign Work Experience Maximum Points
Language Skills(English/French) + Foreign Work Experience 50
Foreign Work Experience + Canadian Work Experience 50
Certificate of Qualification (Trades) Maximum Points
Language Skills(English/French) + Education Certificate 50
SECTION D – Additional Points
Criteria Maximum Points
Brother and Sister Living in Canada 15
French Language Skills 30
Post-Secondary Canadian Education 30
Arranged Employment 200
Provincial Nomination 600

Filling out as much as you can will automatically mean that you are going to get a better CRS Score.

Here are some other things that you can do in order to improve your CRS Score:

  • Improve your language test scores
  • Improve your work experience
  • Get a Provincial Nomination
  • Add more qualifications
  • Get a job offer from an employer in Canada
  • Hire a recruiter to help you find work in Canada
  • Hire a CS Immigrations to get proper help in filing
  • Name your siblings in Canada
  • Apply with you spouse

What is the Minimum CRS Score?

The Minimum CRS Score in order to get a Canadian Permanent Residency is 500. If your CRS Score is lower than that, it might be possible that you will not get an invitation to apply for permanent residency.

Important note: Your language tests are valid for 2 years after the date of the test result. Also, when you are applying or permanent residency, the tests should be still valid.

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