The CRS i.e. Comprehensive Ranking System is the unique points system of the Canadian government for ranking candidates on the basis of a variety of factors.
Eligible candidates are allowed to submit a profile into the Express Entry Pool; here these people are ranked as per the Comprehensive Ranking System Criteria.
The Canadian government issues the ITASs (Invitations to Apply) on a regular basis. The invitations are issued for the Canadian PR to the candidates with high score throws draws from the pool. In this, the applications are processed within six months.
Under the CRS, a candidate’s education, age, work experience, and language proficiency are awarded a score out of 500.
Some of these factors, on combining with each other, are called skill transferability factors and are considered for an extra 100 points.
These 600 points forms the candidate’s core CRS score.
Points are given for additional factors, for example, provincial nomination, French language ability.
However, these points are not required in order to get into the express entry pool. These factors can just increase the CRS score of a candidate.
Please note that, of these factors, the most valuable factor is a provincial nomination, this results in 600 CRS points.
There are certain ways to improve your CRS points.
This is the beauty of the Express Entry System, where the candidates get to improve their CRS score by putting some effort. Here are some of the areas where a candidate may improve their score;
- Scoring high in language.
- Documenting their work experience and education correctly.
Your age is one of the factors that get you some score. For a single applicant, it is worth up to 110 points and for a candidate, with a spouse, it is 100 points. It has to be remembered that the maximum age points are given to age between ages 20 and 29.
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