The Canada Express Entry Program is a points based immigration program for professionals looking to settle in Canada. It awards points to professionals based on skills, experience, Canadian employment status and provincial/territorial nomination. For free assessment and to apply for Express Entry Contact us
Federal Skilled Worker Program (Express Entry)
FSW uses selection factor points to help assess your eligibility for the Federal Skilled Worker Program.
FSW assesses your selection factors and assign an overall score out of 100.
If you score 67 points or higher, you may qualify for the Federal Skilled Worker Program.
If you meet the other requirements too, you can submit a profile to the Express Entry pool. Once you’re in the Express Entry pool, FSW uses a different system to rank your profile.
If you score lower than 67 points, you won’t qualify for the program. You may be able to get a higher score by doing things like:
- improving your language skills
- completing another degree, diploma, or certificate
- receiving an offer of arranged employment in Canada
Benefits of Canada Permanent Residency
- Right to Live and Work in Canada
- Extend or renew your visa after 5 years
- Allows you to bring your family along!
- Free Education for children
- Universal Healthcare
- Social Benefits
- Road to Canadian Citizenship
- Freedom to Move
- Freedom to Start a Business
- Safe & Secure Environment
Comprehensive Ranking System
The Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) is the points-based system CIC use to assess and score your profile and rank you in the Express Entry pool.
The points you get from the CRS include a core set of points up to 600 and a set of additional points of up to 600. Your total score will be out of 1,200.
Core: Up to 600 points
1. Skills and experience factors
2. Spouse or common-law partner factors, such as their language skills and education
3. Skills transferability, including education and work experience
Additional: Up to 600 points
1. Canadian degrees, diplomas or certificates
2. a valid job offer
3. a nomination from a province or territory
4. a brother or sister living in Canada who is a citizen or permanent resident
5. strong French language skills
Core points + Additional points = your total score