Nuriye Sahin Canadian Immigration Consultant

Canada has a point system -Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS)- to rank eligible immigration applicants. If you are eligible for any Express Entry immigration program, you can use the below table to make your point calculation for Canada immigration.  

A core set of points up to 600 and a set of additional points up to 600 will make up your total CRS points based on a scale of 1 to 1,200.  

Below you will find the range of points assigned to each factor. You will see that having or not having a spouse or common-law partner will lead to different points for some factors. Note that if your spouse or partner is not accompanying you or is a Canadian citizen or permanent resident, your points will be awarded as if you were single.

Core Point Calculation for Canada Immigration

Human Capital Factors

Factors Range of Points – Those with a spouse or partner Range of Points –Those without a spouse or partner
Age  0: 44 more

100: 20 to 29

0: 44 or more

110: 20 to 29

Level of education  0: less than high school

140: Ph.D.

0: less than high school

150: Ph.D.

Official languages proficiency in each ability 0: for less than CLB 4

32: CLB 10 or more

0: less than CLB 4

34: CLB 10 or more

Canadian work experience  0: none or less than a year

70: 5 years or more

0: none or less than a year

80: 5 years or more

 

Spouse or Common-Law Partner Factors

Factors Range of Points
Level of education  0: less than secondary school

10: Master’s or Ph.D.

Official language proficiency in each ability 0: CLB 4 or less

5: CLB 9 or more

Canadian work experience  0: for none or less than a year

10: 5 years or more

 

Skill Transferability Factors

Education Range of Points
With good official languages proficiency and a post-secondary degree 0: secondary school and CLB 7 or more

50: CLB 9 or more and two or more post-secondary program graduations, or master’s or Ph.D.

With Canadian work experience and a post-secondary degree 0: 1 or more years of Canadian work experience and secondary school

50: 2 or more years of Canadian work experience and two or more post-secondary program graduations, or master’s or Ph.D.

Foreign work experience  
With strong official languages proficiency and foreign work experience 0: no foreign work experience and CLB 7 or more

50: 3 or more years of foreign work experience and CLB 9 or more

With Canadian work experience and foreign work experience 0: no foreign work experience

50: 3 or more years of foreign and 2 or more years of Canadian work experience

Certificate of qualification (for people in trade occupations) 25: certificate of qualification and CLB 5

50: certificate of qualification and CLB 7 or more

 

Additional Point Calculation for Canada Immigration

Factor Range of Points
Sibling living in Canada 15
French language skills 25: NCLC 7 or higher in all French skills and CLB 4 or lower in English

50: NCLC 7 or higher in all French skills and CLB 5 or higher in English

Post-secondary education in Canada 15: 1 or 2 years

30: 3 or more years

Arranged employment 50: in NOC 0, A, or B

200: NOC 00

Provincial or territorial nomination 600

 

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