The eligibility criteria for each Canada PR program are not similar but most of the programs are based on a point-score system. The points are given on the basis of your career and education exposures. The factors are age, educational qualification, work experience, language ability, adaptability etc. The Express Entry program works via Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) through which CIC picks high scored candidates from the pool of candidates. To be eligible for Federal Skilled Worker Program a candidate is required to score 67 points out of the total 100 in the point assessment grid.
Most of the Provincial Nominee Programs follow the Comprehensive Ranking System as well. For Saskatchewan PNP, minimum 60 points out of 100 are required. Minimum points usually differ from province to province. To know more about the pointing grade system and its working, you can talk to our Immigration expert.
Important Note:All the immigration aspirants are not eligible candidates to migrate in Canada, only those candidates are allowed to enter Canada who meets the required criteria created by the Citizenship & Immigration Canada (CIC). Check your eligibility today in order to apply as soon as possible.