Canadian immigration has become very popular in recent years due to this country’s high human development index.
The Canadian government has also simplified the Canadian immigration process. It introduced the Express Entry system whereby applicants are admitted according to the full grading system (CRS) point structure. With this system, nearly 1,200 points are available to candidates. 600 of these points are awarded if the candidate has a job offer or appointment from a province in Canada (PNP which stands for Provincial Nominee Program). Of the remaining 600, 500 points are awarded for the human capital factors of a candidate and / or their spouse which collectively imply their age, language skills, educational levels, and Canadian work experience if any. The remaining 100 out of 600 are available for those candidates who have the right combinations of skills transferability of the human capital factors mentioned above, for example a good command of the language combined with work experience in the native country or Canadian work experience plus work experience in the native country.
It is important for a candidate to evaluate his or her education levels. This is extremely crucial for applicants who have obtained their education outside of Canada.
It is also important for applicants who are on the verge of completing their degrees that they do so before obtaining the Educational Credential Assessment (ECA). ECA is important for applicants who have received their education outside of Canada. Help the Canadian government know the value of education received outside Canada. It is important to evaluate each individual post-secondary degree to get the highest number of points available. Applicants can also earn extra points if they are able to obtain a certificate of recognition from a province for a given business qualification. Applicants who have the highest score available at this points structure can expect immigration to Canada.
One way to increase your CRS score is to improve your language proficiency score (English or French). It can be by scoring higher on designated English language exams which include CELPIP (Canadian English Language Proficiency Index Program) and IELTS etc.
The assessment of educational credentials is not required for candidates applying for Express Entry in the Canadian Experience class. But they can still increase their points by claiming the same. Such candidates can earn an extra 200 points, there can be 150 points awarded for ECAs, and an extra 50 points for the Canadian Experience class experience. With a bachelor’s degree evaluation, a candidate can earn an extra nearly 170 extra points. So, make sure that by following all these conditions you are able to get the maximum score and able to get immigration to Canada.