The Canadian immigration system through the Express Entry largely relies on the CRS; hence it is important for you to assess your position before you actually place your request for immigrating to Canada. You can know your standings by getting an idea about your possible scores from Comprehensive Ranking System Calculator.
How does CRS allot marks?
CRS is an exhaustive evaluation framework that assesses applications of the probable candidates on the basis of certain pivotal factors of profiles of the candidates. These include personal, marital and professional aspects of a profile. In November 2016, some changes were incorporated into the mark allocation strategy of CRS that resulted in some substantial changes in the scoring patterns.
The Comprehensive Ranking System allots 1200 marks in total based on various aspects, like
Basic human capital component, these include age of the applicant, education, linguistic abilities in English or French, work exposure in Canada, if any;
Comprehensive Ranking System also strives to provide a leveled playing field to married and single applicants. This is evident from the way the points are allocated to the applicants depending on their marital status. The system for single applicants, the allocation of marks is as enumerated:
For married applicants, the marks have been dispersed among the primary applicants and their spouses, the allocation of marks are as following:
If you are keen to take a shot at the immigration, there wouldn’t be any better opportunity than this. Just approach us and fill up the free assessment form today.