Sunday 19 May 2019

Simple Tips for Improving the CRS Score!

Any applicant planning to apply for Canada Permanent Resident Visa through skilled migration programs must keep in mind that it is important to score good Canada Immigration points for faster and better immigration chances. After all, the Canada PR process is point based for skilled migrants applying under Express Entry and Provincial Nomination Programs.

Well! The skilled workers with good working experience, high language score, and those who are well qualified generally prefer taking the Canada Express Entry route. Why? Because Express Entry has the fastest Canada PR processing time of 6 months and has easy steps to follow.

But an applicant must be able to score high Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score in order to receive an Invitation to apply for Canada PR through Express Entry System.

The Express Entry system is processed under three economic immigration programs namely The Federal Skilled Worker Program, The Federal Skilled Trade Program, and Canadian Experience Class. For skilled workers, FSWP stream is most preferred that calculates the immigration points out of 100. A minimum of 67 points is required for factors like age, educational qualification, work experience, language ability, and adaptability factors.

What next after becoming meeting the points? You will be placed into the express entry pool where you’ll be ranked according to the CRS score.

What is CRS score?

CRS stands for Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score that evaluates your overall immigration point score for Canada Permanent Resident Visa. The applicants with the highest CRS score are invited to apply for Canada PR.

On a regular basis, the Canada Express Entry draw is conducted to invite applicants for permanent residency. The CIC draw was conducted at CRS 450 and above to invite applicants for Canadian Immigration.

What if you are falling short of desired CRS score? Well, in such a case you must not lose hope and focus on improving the CRS score for faster PR chances:
  •          Apply young say before the age of 29 years to receive the maximum CRS 110 points.
  •          If you are well qualified with the highest qualification Ph.D. then you will receive 150 points.
  •          A pro in the English language like CLB 9 will get you 136 maximum points.
  •          Overseas work experience
  •          Additional 600 points on receiving State or Territory nomination
  •          Partner Skill Assessment
  •          Sibling or parent already in Canada
  •          French Language test

All these points are calculated out of 1200 and if you follow the above steps then you can easily score above 400 CRS score for better Canada Immigration chances.

To know more why not connect with visa and immigration experts with Aptech Global by filling the assessment form.

Thursday 16 May 2019

Prince Edward Island Conducts New EOI Draws Across Various PEI PNP Streams

The latest PEI PNP EOI draw was conducted on 16th May 2019 inviting 104 applicants for provincial nomination through its Express Entry, Labour Impact and Business Impact Categories. Out of 104 EOIs, 90 applicants are invited through Express Entry Category. Read the full news here:

Wednesday 15 May 2019

Alberta Invites 3,357 Express Entry Candidates With CRS 300 for PNP

The province of Alberta has released new information about the 14 draws held so far in the year 2019 through its Express Entry aligned immigration stream issuing a total of 3,357 invitations to apply for a provincial nomination for Canadian Permanent Residence with Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score as low as 300.
The successful Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program (AINP) applicants receive an additional 600 points towards their overall Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score effectively guaranteeing an invitation to apply for Canada PR.

Monday 13 May 2019

Which is The Best Province to Immigrate to Canada?

Well, we can say that provinces in Canada play a major role in the Canadian Immigration because almost half of the potential migrants take the route towards Provincial Nominee Programs. This program allows skilled and qualified workers to come and settle in the country on a permanent basis as every province has its own way of nominating the potential applicants.

With the high CRS score cut-off and stiff competition among potential applicants to get direct Invitation to Apply (ITA), Provincial Nominee Programs are a ray of hope to those migrants who are unable to score the desired CRS score. As an aspirant of Canada Immigration through PNP, you might be asking yourself and others about the easiest province of Canada to get the permanent residency. Here, you will get the required answer in this article!

The Provincial Nominee Programs are surely there to ease the pain of high CRS score! At this moment, it is really a good idea to apply under any of the PNPs with or without Express Entry Profile. These PNPs are however run by the different provinces of Canada to invite applicants having relevant skills in accordance with the provincial programs requirements.

Almost every province is easy to apply provided your eligibility requirements are met and occupation is in-demand then in such a case you can be easily accepted as an international worker in any of the selected provinces.

Some of the easiest provinces that might interest you to apply for the Provincial Nominee Program are:
• Saskatchewan

Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) has the easiest procedure to apply for Canada Immigration because you can apply with the lowest IELTS score as well. To apply for SINP, an applicant must score at least 60 immigration points out of 100 on Saskatchewan point assessment grid for the factors namely age, educational qualification, work experience, language ability, and other factors. The EOI system of the draw has made easier for applicants to get SINP.

Check your SINP chances now!

• Ontario

Ontario Province invites migrants to settle and contribute towards their growing economy- the good news is that almost every occupation is in-demand in Ontario and that’s why it is also known as the most commercial province of Canada. The basic requirement to apply for Ontario Immigrant NomineeProgram (OINP) is the profile must be in the express entry pool. The eligible applicants are nowadays invited as per the directors’ requirement. Earlier migrants having CRS 400 and above received an Invitation to Apply.

• British Columbia

If you have an offer letter from the British Columbia employer then applying for the British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program is very simple. The only basic requirement is an offer letter and IELTS 6 bands in each module of reading, writing, listening and speaking.

• Prince Edward Island

This is the province that is open throughout the year and you may apply anytime through Prince Edward Island Nomination Program. Whenever the province requires migrants who have applied for PEI PNP they notify their interest there and then. To apply for PEI PNP your profile must be in the express entry profile.  Thus, PEI is the most accessible province to the potential migrants.

Canada Immigration has full of potential and if you are seeking permanent residency options then wait no more and contact our visa and immigration experts of Aptech Global by filling the Canada Immigration Assessment form.