HOW TO SCORE HIGH IN EXPRESS ENTRY
The Express Entry system is used by the Canadian government to manage applications for Canadian Permanent Residence through various immigration programs including Federal Skilled Worker, Canadian Experience Class, and Federal Skilled Trades.
The Express Entry system is used by the Canadian government to manage applications for Canadian Permanent Residence through various immigration programs including Federal Skilled Worker, Canadian Experience Class, and Federal Skilled Trades. It’s most admired and appreciated point based online immigration system within the world. Interested people who are willing to migrate to Canada to live and work on a full-time basis, who meet the criteria for at least one of these immigration programs, can formally express their interest in becoming a permanent resident of Canada by creating an Express Entry profile.
Interested applicants once file their application in Express Entry pool, applicants will be scored according to the program's point-based Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS), and this score will determine the candidate's rank within the pool. Applicants with the highest scores will then be invited to apply to immigrate to Canada as Permanent Residents.
How to score high in express entry?
To get high score in express entry system, you must have close to maximum points for each selection factor of Canada’s foremost immigration program, i.e. Express Entry System. The selection factors of express entry are: Age, Education, Work experience, Language Proficiency, Arranged employment and Adaptability.
There are some factors on which you cannot do much at once, that is, the factor of age, education, work experience, etc. However, for some key factors you can earn some valuable point at any time depending on your profile, such as;
· One can get highest age factor points till the age of 29 years. The maximum score you can get is 110 points
· For your education, if you are a bachelor’s degree holder, masters and PhD, you can get 150 maximum points
· For language proficiency, if you score CLB 9, you will be entitled to receive 136 maximum points An overseas work experience of more than 6 years
· State or territory nomination would give you 600 additional CRS
· Sibling or parent residing would give your further additional points
· French Language test would also give additional points
· Spouse assessment
You can also score additional points in express entry for below factors:
Well, if you don’t have high enough points based on your profile and six selection factors, you always have an option open to increase your points massively. If you apply in a relevant Provincial Nominee Program, you can earn up to 600 additional points in express entry.
The express entry aligned stream of a Provincial Nominee Program provides you pathway to get massive increase in CRS score, and consequently get invitation to apply for permanent residency from IRCC (Immigration Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC).
Sibling and Adaptability
If you have a sibling in Canada, or you or your spouse share some kind of connection in Canada, that is, a relative in Canada or a previous education or work experience in the country of the maple leaf, you will get some valuable points based on the same and, therefore, increase your CRS score tremendously.