Canada Points Calculator

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03. Your education

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04. Your Work Experience

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05. Your English

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06. Do you know French?

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06. Your French Proficiency?

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07. Are you married?

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08. Adaptability

Your spouse/partner's English Proficiency

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Does your spouse/partner have Canadian work experience

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Has your spouse/partner studied in Canada for 2 or more years

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Have you worked in Canada for 1 or more years

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Have you Studied in Canada for 2 or more years

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Do you have an adult relative in Canada on a PR visa/is a citizen

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08. Adaptability

Have you worked in Canada for 1 or more years

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Your eligibiliy Score to migrate Canada

Minimum threshold is 67

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PLANNING CANADA IMMIGRATION? FIND OUT YOUR CHANCES WITH CANADA POINTS CALCULATOR

There’s a lot about Canada that makes it the number one destination for immigration. Canada immigration is the most happening migration event and it gets better year after year! The number of people entering Canada as part of Canada skilled migration has in fact set its immigration records unprecedently high for its own and world standards.

With an immigration management system like Canada Express Entry, the country is making great strides to ensure that skilled foreign nationals are attracted to the prospects in the country and are immigrating in large numbers. Canada immigration process via Canada Express Entry is among the shortest in the world with the whole process completed within 6 months.

The Great White North, as Canada is called, always welcomes potential immigrants who are skilled and qualified enough to score high on the Canada immigration points system. You can use the Canada points calculator to find out where you are in terms of CRS score, which is used by Canada Express Entry to evaluate immigration candidate profiles.

Here, we will check out the basic scoring pattern applied in Canada points calculator. Thus, you will understand the various factors considered while deciding CRS scores of Express Entry profiles which decides how high is your probability of being invited to apply for Canadian permanent residence.

The Canada Points Calculator

If you are interested to know how many points on the CRS scoreboard you are going to get. Here, we will give you detailed points allocation for various factors considered in the Canada points calculator.

First, we will look at the maximum scores possible for various factors.

A. Core/human capital factors

Factors

Points per factor – With a spouse/common-law partner

Points per factor – Without a spouse/common-law partner

Age

100

110

Proficiency in official languages

150

160

Education level

140

150

Work experience in Canada

70

80

B. Spouse/common-law partner factors

Factors

Points per factor
 (40 points max.)

Education level

10

Work experience in Canada

10

Proficiency in official language

20

       

 

  1. Core/human capital + B. Spouse/common-law partner factors = 500 points max. (with OR without a spouse/common-law partner)

C. Skill Transferability factors (100 points m)

Education

Points per factor
 (50 points max.)

Having good/strong proficiency in official languages & a post-secondary degree

50

Having work experience in Canada & a post-secondary degree

50

Foreign work experience

Points per factor
 (50 points max.)

Having good/strong proficiency in official languages (At least CLB level 7) & foreign work experience

50

Having work experience in Canada & foreign work experience

50

 

Qualification certificate (for people in trade occupations)

Points per factor
 (50 points max.)

Having good/strong proficiency in official languages and a qualification certificate

50

  1. Core/human capital + B. Spouse/common-law partner + C. Transferability factors = 600 points max.

D. Additional points (600 points max.)

Factor

Max. points per factor

Brother/sister residing in Canada (permanent resident/citizen)

15

Post-secondary education in Canada

30

French language skills

50

Provincial nomination

600

Arranged employment

200

  1. Core/human capital + B. Spouse/common-law partner factors + C. Transferability factors + D. Additional points = Grand total – 1,200 points max.

Now, let’s look at the detailed view by sectors:**

Points breakdown, section by section

CRS – A. Core/human capital factors

  • With a spouse/common-law partner: 460 points max. for all factors combined.
  • Without a spouse/common-law partner: 500 points max. for all factors combined.

Age

With a spouse/common-law partner
 (100 points max.)

Without a spouse/common-law partner
 (110 points max.)

17 years or less

0

0

18 years

90

99

19 years

95

105

20 to 29 years

100

110

30 years

95

105

31 years

90

99

32 years

85

94

33 years

80

88

34 years

75

83

35 years

70

77

36 years

65

72

37 years

60

66

38 years

55

61

39 years

50

55

40 years

45

50

41 years

35

39

42 years

25

28

43 years

15

17

44 years

5

6

45 years or more

0

0

Education Level

With a spouse/ common-law partner
 (140 points max.)

Without a spouse/ common-law partner
 (150 points max.)

Less than secondary school (high school)

0

0

Secondary diploma (high school graduation)

28

30

1-year degree, diploma/certificate from a college, university, trade/ technical school, or other institute

84

90

2-year program at a college, university, trade/technical school, or other institute

91

98

Bachelor’s degree OR a 3-year or more program at a college, university, trade/technical school, or other institute

112

120

2 or more certificates, degrees, or diplomas. One must be for a 3-year or more program

119

128

Master’s degree OR professional degree required to practice in a licensed profession (Professional degree is a degree program in: medicine, dentistry, veterinary medicine, law, optometry, pharmacy, or chiropractic medicine)

126

135

Doctoral level university degree (Ph.D.)

140

150

Proficiency in official languages – first official language

Max. points for each ability (writing, reading, listening, and speaking):

  • 32 with a spouse/common-law partner
  • 34 without a spouse/common-law partner

CLB level per ability

With a spouse/ common-law partner
 (128 points max.)

Without a spouse/ common-law partner
 (136 points max.)

Less than CLB 4

0

0

CLB 4 or 5

6

6

CLB 6

8

9

CLB 7

16

17

CLB 8

22

23

CLB 9

29

31

CLB 10 or more

32

34

Proficiency in official languages – second official language

Max. points for each ability (writing, reading, listening, and speaking):

  • With a spouse/common-law partner (up to a combined max. of 22 points) – 6
  • Without a spouse/common-law partner (up to a combined max. of 24 points) – 6

CLB level per ability

With a spouse/ common-law partner
 (22 points max.)

Without a spouse/ common-law partner
 (24 points max.)

CLB 4 or less

0

0

CLB 5 or 6

1

1

CLB 7 or 8

3

3

CLB 9 or more

6

6

Work experience in Canada

With a spouse/ common-law partner
 (70 points max.)

Without a spouse or common-law partner
 (80 points max.)

None or less than a year

0

0

1 year

35

40

2 years

46

53

3 years

56

64

4 years

63

72

5 years or more

70

80

Subtotal: A. Core/human capital factors

  • With a spouse/common-law partner – 460 points max.
  • Without a spouse/common-law partner – 500 points max.

CRS – B. Spouse/common-law partner factors (if applicable)

Education level of spouse/common-law partner

With spouse/common-law partner
 (10 points max.)

Less than secondary school (high school)

0

Secondary school (high school graduation)

2

1-year program at a college, university, trade/technical school, or other institute

6

2-year program at a college, university, trade/technical school, or other institute

7

Bachelor’s degree OR a 3-year or more program at a college, university, trade/technical school, or other institute

8

2 or more certificates, degrees, or diplomas. One must be for a 3-year or more program

9

Master’s degree/professional degree required to work in a licensed profession (Professional degree is a degree program in: medicine, dentistry, veterinary medicine, law, optometry, pharmacy, or chiropractic medicine)

10

Doctoral level university degree (Ph.D.)

10

Spouse’s/common-law partner’s proficiency in official languages – first official language

CLB level per ability (writing, reading, listening, and speaking)

Max. 20 points per section
 Max. 5 points per ability

CLB 4 or less

0

CLB 5 or 6

1

CLB 7 or 8

3

CLB 9 or more

5

Spouse’s work experience in Canada

10 points max.

None or less than a year

0

1 year

5

2 years

7

3 years

8

4 years

9

5 years or more

10

Subtotal: A. Core/human capital + B. Spouse/common-law partner factors = 500 points max.

CRS – C. Skill transferability factors (100 points max. for this section)

Education

Having good proficiency in official language CLB 7 or higher & a post-secondary degree

Points for CLB 7 or more on all abilities in first official language, with one or more under CLB 9
 (25 points max.)

Points for CLB 9 or more on all 4 abilities in the first official language
 (50 points max.)

Secondary school (high school) credential or less

0

0

Post-secondary program credential of 1 year or more

13

25

2 or more post-secondary program credentials & at least 1 of these credentials was issued when a post-secondary program of 3 years or longer was completed

25

50

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 NOC matrix at Skill Level A requiring licensing by a provincial regulatory body

25

50

A university-level credential at the doctoral level

25

50

With work experience in Canada and a post-secondary degree

Points for education + 1 year of work experience in Canada
 (25 points max.)

Points for education + 2 years or more of work experience in Canada
 (50 points max.)

Secondary school (high school) credential or less

0

0

Post-secondary program credential of 1 year or more

13

25

2 or more post-secondary program credentials & at least 1 of these credentials was issued when a post-secondary program of 3 years or longer was completed

25

50

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 NOC matrix at Skill Level A requiring licensing by a provincial regulatory body

25

50

A university-level credential at the doctoral level

25

50

Foreign work experience must be with good proficiency in official language CLB 7 or higher.

Work experience in years

Points for foreign work experience + CLB 7 or more on all abilities in the first official language, one or more under 9
 (25 points max.)

Points for foreign work experience + CLB 9 or more on all 4 abilities in first official language
 (50 points max.)

No foreign work experience

0

0

1-2 years

13

25

3 years or more

25

50

Foreign work experience with Canadian work experience

Work experience in years

Points for foreign work experience + 1 year of work experience in Canada
 (25 points max.)

Points for foreign work experience + 2 years or more of work experience in Canada
 (50 points max.)

No foreign work experience

0

0

1-2 years

13

25

3 years or more

25

50

 

Qualification certificate (trade occupations) – With good proficiency in official language CLB 5 or higher)

Points for qualification certificate + CLB 5 or more on all abilities in first official language, one or more under 7
 (25 points max.)

Points for certificate of qualification + CLB 7 or more on all 4 abilities in first official language (50 points max.)

With a qualification certificate

25

50

Subtotal: A. Core/human capital + B. Spouse/common-law partner + C. Skill transferability factors – 600 points max.

CRS – D. Additional points (Maximum 600 points)

Additional points

600 points max.

Brother/sister residing in Canada as a permanent resident/citizen of Canada

15

Scored NCLC 7 or higher on all 4 skills in the French language and scored CLB 4 or lower in English (or haven’t taken a test of English language)

25

Scored NCLC 7 or higher on all 4 skills in the French language and scored CLB 5 or higher on all 4 skills in the English language

50

Credential of 1-2 years of post-secondary education in Canada

15

Credential of 3 years or more of post-secondary education in Canada

30

Arranged employment – NOC 00

200

Arranged employment – any other NOC 0, A or B

50

Nomination from a province/territory

600

Subtotal: D. Additional points – 600 points max.

Grand total: A. Core/human capital + B. Spouse/common-law partner + C. Skill transferability factors + D. Additional points = 1,200 points max.

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FAQ
How many points required for Canada PR in 2022?

67 points required to be able to create your profile in the federal Express Entry system.

What is Canada points calculator?

An online points calculation tool that helps you determine your eligibility for immigrating to Canada as a skilled worker through Express Entry.

What is the difference between Canada eligibility and CRS score?

Canada eligibility requires a candidate to score 67 points on a 100-point grid. CRS scores comes into play when the profiles are in the Express Entry pool.

I have created my Express Entry profile. When will I be invited to apply?

Invitations to apply are issued by IRCC in federal draws held from time to time. The higher the CRS score, the higher the chances of that individual being invited by IRCC to submit their Canada immigration application through Express Entry.

What is the best way to improve my CRS score?

Securing a nomination through any of the provincial or territorial governments of Canada – that are a part of the Provincial Nominee Program – is worth 600 CRS points in itself.

How can I get a PNP nomination?

You will have to apply to the PNP program of the province or territory that you are interested in settling within after you get your Canadian permanent residence.

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