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    Canada Comprehensive Ranking Score (CRS) Points Calculator tools 2021

    Note: Canada Comprehensive Ranking System 2021 is the point based criteria in which we use to evaluate your profile based on the factors mentioned below. This is the tool will help you to Calculate your Score for the Express Entry pool.

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    Age

    Age (in years)

    With an accompanying spouse

    (maximum: 100)

    Without an accompanying spouse

    (maximum: 110 Points)

    under 180 points0 points
    189099
    1995105
    20-29100110
    3095105
    319099
    328594
    338088
    347583
    357077
    366572
    376066
    385561
    395055
    404550
    413539
    422528
    431517
    4456
    45 or older00

    Level of education

    Level of educationWith an accompanying spouse
    (maximum points available: 140 for PA, 10 for spouse)
    Without an accompanying spouse (maximum points available: 150)
    Less than secondary (high) school credential0 points0 points
    Secondary school credential28 for PA; 2 for spouse30
    One-year post-secondary program84 for PA; 6 for spouse90
    Two-year post-secondary program91 for PA; 7 for spouse98
    Post-secondary program of 3 or more years112 for PA; 8 for spouse120
    Two or more post-secondary programs, of which at least one was completed after a post-secondary program of three or more years119 for PA; 9 for spouse128
    Master’s or entry-to-practice professional degree126 for PA; 10 for spouse135
    Doctoral Degree (PhD)140 for PA; 10 for spouse150

    First Language Ability (English or French)

    Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB)With an accompanying spouse (maximum points available: 128 for PA; 20 for spouse)Without an accompanying spouse (maximum points available: 136)
    For each language ability32 points for PA; 5 points for spouse34 points
    CLB 3 or lower00
    CLB 46 for PA; 0 for spouse6
    CLB 56 for PA; 1 for spouse6
    CLB 68 for PA; 1 for spouse9
    CLB 716 for PA; 3 for spouse17
    CLB 822 for PA; 3 for spouse23
    CLB 929 for PA; 5 for spouse31
    CLB 10 or higher32 for PA; 5 for spouse34

    *Points in the chart above are for each language ability: speaking, writing, reading and listening, respectively.

    Second Language Ability (English or French)

    Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB)With an accompanying spouse (maximum points available: 22)Without an accompanying spouse (maximum points available: 24)
    For each language ability66
    CLB 4 or lower00
    CLB 5 or 611
    CLB 7 or 833
    CLB 9 or higher66

    *Points in the chart above are for each language ability: speaking, writing, reading and listening, respectively.

    Canadian Work Experience

    Number of yearsWith an accompanying spouse (maximum points available: 70 for PA; 10 for spouse)Without an accompanying spouse (maximum points available: 80)
    Less than 10 points0 points
    1 year35 for PA; 5 for spouse40
    2 years46 for PA; 7 for spouse53
    3 years56 for PA; 8 for spouse64
    4 years63 for PA; 9 for spouse72
    5 years or more70 for PA; 10 for spouse80

    Comprehensive Ranking System: Skill Transferability Factors

    A maximum of 100 points are awarded for a candidate’s skill transferability factors. There are five combinations of such skill transferability, with a maximum of 50 points awarded for each combination. Even if a candidate scores more than 100 points in total, only 100 points will be awarded under the Comprehensive Ranking System. Candidates with or without an accompanying spouse or common-law partner are awarded points for skill transferability in exactly the same way. There are no points available for the skill transferability of a candidate’s spouse or common-law partner.

    For the purposes of this table, “CLB” refers to Canadian Language Benchmark.

    Education and Canadian Work Experience

    Education1 year of Canadian work experience2 or more years of Canadian work experience
    No post-secondary education00
    Post-secondary education of 1 year or longer1325
    Two or more post-secondary credentials, the first of which was 3 or more years in duration2550
    A university-level credential at the master’s level or at the level of an entry-to-practice professional degree for an occupation listed in the National Occupational Classification matrix at Skill Level A for which licensing by a provincial regulatory body is required2550
    A university-level credential at the doctoral level2550

    Education and Language Ability

    EducationCLB 7 or higher on all language abilities, with at least one of these CLB 8CLB 9 or higher for all language abilities
    No post-secondary education00
    Post-secondary education of 1 year or longer1325
    Two or more post-secondary credentials,
    the first of which was 3 or more years in duration
    2550
    A university-level credential at the master’s level or at the level of an entry-to-practice professional degree for an occupation listed in the National Occupational Classification matrix at Skill Level A for which licensing by a provincial regulatory body is required2550
    A university-level credential at the doctoral level2550

    Language Ability and Non-Canadian Work Experience

    Non-Canadian Work ExperienceCLB 7 or higher on all language abilities, with at least one of these CLB 8CLB 9 or higher for all language abilities
    No non-Canadian work experience00
    1 or 2 years of non-Canadian work experience1325
    3 or more years of non-Canadian work experience2550

    Canadian and non-Canadian Work Experience

    Experience1 year of Canadian work experience2 or more years of Canadian work experience
    No non-Canadian work experience00
    1 or 2 years of non-Canadian work experience1325
    3 or more years of non-Canadian work experience2550

    Certificate of Qualification in a Trade and Language Ability

    Certificate of QualificationCLB 5 or higher on all language abilities, with at least one CLB 5 or 6CLB 7 or higher on all language abilities
    Certificate of qualification in a trade occupation issued by a province2550

    Comprehensive Ranking System: Additional Factors

    Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) nomination certificatePoints
    For an enhanced nomination certificate from a Canadian province (except Quebec)600 points
    Qualifying offer of arranged employmentPoints
    For a qualifying job offer of arranged employment from a Canadian employer if the offer is in an occupation contained in Major Group 00 Senior Management Occupations200 points
    For a qualifying job offer of arranged employment from a Canadian employer if the offer is any other qualifying offer of arranged employment50 points
    Canadian study experiencePoints
    If the candidate has an eligible credential from a one-year or two-year post-secondary program in Canada15 points
    If the candidate has either:

    • an eligible credential from a post-secondary program of three years or more, or
    • an eligible credential from a university-level program at the master’s level or at the level of an entry-to-practice professional degree for an occupation listed in the National Occupational Classification matrix at Skill Level A for which licensing by a provincial regulatory body is required, or
    • an eligible credential from a university-level program at the doctoral level
    30 points
    French language abilityPoints
    If the candidate proves adequate intermediate (equivalent to CLB 7) or better French ability, and English ability of CLB 4 or lower (or no English language test result)25 points
    If the candidate proves adequate intermediate (equivalent to CLB 7) or better French ability, and English ability of CLB 5 or better50 points
    Sibling in Canada15 Points
    If the candidate, or the accompanying spouse/common-law partner, has a sibling in Canada who is a Canadian citizen or permanent resident of at least 18 years of age

    • The candidate or his or her spouse/common-law partner must share a mother and/or father with the sibling in Canada. This relationship can be through blood, adoption, marriage, or common-law partnership
    15 points

    Points are only assigned for Canadian study experience if, for the purpose of obtaining the credential, the candidate:

    • studied in Canada at a Canadian educational institution;
    • was enrolled in full-time study or training for at least eight months; and
    • was physically present in Canada for at least eight months.

    A maximum of 15 points may be awarded for a sibling in Canada, regardless of how many siblings the candidate (and his or her spouse/common-law partner, if applicable) has in Canada.

    The maximum available number of points for these additional factors for any one candidate is 600 points. Therefore, if a candidate has completed a Canadian post-secondary study program and obtains an enhanced nomination certificate from a Canadian province, he or she will be awarded 600 points for these additional factors (rather than 615 or 630 points).

    What are the options for the candidates who are not able to meet the CRS cut-off ?

    For Candidates who have applied under the express entry program and are not able to meet the CRS cut-off/latest CRS score of the express draws, there are other two options via which they will be able to apply for Canada PR visa .

    First option will be to go for provincial nomination programs. Via these programs, all the provinces/territories in Canada are able to nominate the skilled and capable immigrants for permanent residency in their province. Every PNP has different requirements and eligibility criteria based on the local labor market demand. Some provincial nomination requires low CRS score, some require candidates to have work experience in an occupation that is-in demand in the province, and some requires relatives to be living in the province as a permanent residence and must be willing to sponsor the application of the candidates.

    Second option will be to improve their CRS score. Candidates not able to meet the CRS cut-off can meet the next one by improving their CRS score. Some of the major points that can help them to improve on their CRS score are as follows:

    • If the candidate or their spouse has any sibling living in Canada as a permanent residence, by showing relation to them can awards with extra CRS points.
    • Improving on their language proficiency examinations (International English Language Testing System) score can get the candidates with more CRS points.
    • Candidates can try to gather more work experience of working in Canada.
    • If the candidates have done only graduation, they can go for Master’s as it will get the maximum CRS points for educational qualifications.
    • Landing a provincial nomination award the candidates with 600 CRS points. These many points are more than enough to land an ITA.

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