Are you are planning to relocate to Canada this year? If your answer is ‘yes’, then you must know about the Canada Immigration Points Calculator 2015. Before we talk about the much acclaimed point system let’s have a look on the country’s profile first!
Also known as the ‘Land of Milk and Honey’, the nation is located in North America. It is also known as the ‘Country of Migrants’ as you will find people from almost every corner of the world settled in the country. No wonder, Canada is an ethnically diverse country.
Its strong and stable economy attracts the immigrants the most. Besides beautiful landscapes, the famous Nigeria Fall is also a part of the country. Better known for providing ample of employment opportunities to the immigrants, the nation also has some of the best educational institutions in the world. All in all, the overseas hotspot is a top immigration destination and really difficult to ignore if you are planning to move overseas.
This very year, the Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) has taken initiative to revamp its complete immigration program. Before this, immigrating to the nation was never this easy. Starting from January 1, 2015, the county’s immigration process depends on the Points Calculator, formally termed as ‘Express Entry System’. It is a system introduced to select eligible candidates to immigrate to the country.
The following economic programmes fall under the Points Calculator:
- Certain Provincial Nominee Programmes
- Federal Skilled Trades Programme
- Canadian Experience Class
- Federal Skilled Worker Programme
How each applicant will be calculated as per Points Calculator?
It is an online tool, and candidates are required to create an online profile. They will be assessed on the basis of various factors, such as age, experience, educational qualifications, and language proficiency. Applicants with high score are likely to be placed in the Express Entry Pool for final Stage, and ranked as per the Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS).
Each aspirant will get an equal opportunity to score up to 12,00 points. Candidates with high score are likely to be issued an Invitation to Apply (ITA), even as they will have 60 days to claim the prized Permanent Residency (PR).
The candidates may create their online profile any time round the year. The Points Calculator is used to analyze if an applicant stands a chance of getting an ITA. Aspirants with high score are the one who will be fast picked.
The key benefit of the Points Calculator is the unbiased selection of the candidates solely on the basis of their merit. Applicants from diverse fields are welcome, and the limitation of cap has also been removed.
So, if you are eager to make Canada your second home, and you think you human capital are strong, then you should not waste a second more and try your luck. You never know if you score well and your name may be listed in the list of the selected candidates.