crs scores and fsw points

Check out the Difference Between CRS Scores and FSW Points


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Are you planning to immigrate to Canada? 
 
If yes, you must have so much confusion about the application process and eligibility requirements. 
 
As you know, to get a Canada PR status, you are required to pass the point-based system, i.e., CRS score and FSW point. 
Many of the visa applicants get confused between the two point-based systems required to get Canadian permanent residency. 
Worry not! We have got you covered. Let’s delve into the differences.
 
To make it clear and in a precise way, let’s talk about the CRS scores and FSW points:
  • The Federal Skilled Workers Program (FSW) point is a 100-point-based system to become eligible for the Express Entry System
  • The Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score is 1200 points to receive an Invitation to Apply (ITA) for Canada PR in the Express Entry pool. 

How to Calculate your FSW Points? 

You need to first go through the FSW points calculator to determine your eligibility for the Express Entry System. 
 
The points you get through the calculator will help the Canadian government choose the most skilled and talented workers in the Express Entry pool. 
 
Through this point-based system, Immigration, Refugee and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) selects candidates for Canada PR who scored a minimum of 67 points.
 
To become eligible for the Federal Skilled Worker Program, you need to obtain 67 points out of 100. There are different factors through which you can earn a maximum of points.
 
FSW point-based system used to evaluate your profile out of 100 points.
  • To receive an invitation, you need to enter the Express Entry pool, and for that, you have to earn a minimum of 67 points.
  • The points are based on factors such as age, work experience, language proficiency, adaptability, and many more factors. 

How to Calculate your CRS Scores?

If you want to immigrate to Canada, you first need to calculate your scores using the CRS calculator. 
 
The higher your CRS score, the higher the chance of your profile receiving an invitation to apply for Canada PR in the Express Entry pool. 
 
However, if you are applying under the Federal Skilled Worker Program, you need to first get a maximum of 67 points through a 67-point system. 
 
The CRS score is based on various factors, such as:
  • You can receive up to 1200 points in the CRS calculator and ease the immigration process. 
  • Out of the 1200 points, 600 are allotted based on core factors, such as age, language ability, work experience, educational qualifications, and many more. 
  • You can receive the remaining 600 points only if you get the nomination from the province of Canada through the Provincial Nominee Program.   
Now, let’s look into the differences: 
 
FSW Points
CRS Points
Determines eligibility to apply for a Canada PR Visa. 
Ranks candidates in the Express Entry pool. 
Points based on individual factors
Points based on grouped factors
Based on age, language proficiency, experience, job offer, skills, etc. 
Based on Human capital factors, spouse factors, skills, transferability factors, etc. 
Spouse factors are not included in the point calculation.
Spouse factors are included in the point calculation.
PNP nomination has no point in FSW. 
PNP nomination can give you up to 600 points.
 
How to Improve Your CRS Points:
 
There are many ways through which you can improve your CRS points that will increase your chances of receiving an Invitation to Apply (ITA) for Canada PR.
  • Try to gain more educational degrees related to your occupation.
  • It is better if you get a job offer from a Canadian employer. It will not only increase your scores but also improve your profile. 
  • One of the easiest ways to increase your CRS score is to receive a nomination from the province of Canada. It will give you an additional 600 points.
You can also include spousal skills in your profile and can get additional points based on their qualifications and skills. 
CRS Points: 
 
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Points With or Without Spouse:
 
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Additional Points:
 
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However, to avoid any errors and common mistakes, it is advisable for you to seek consultation from the best immigration experts. 
 
Our immigration team of experts is highly knowledgeable with expertise in different visa categories.
 
We ensure that you receive a maximum of eligibility points in both the CRS calculator and FSW point system. 
 
We also provide you with personalized counseling according to your needs and qualifications.
 
To know more about the eligibility criteria and Canadian immigration process, contact us now! 
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