1. How can I qualify for the Canada PR Visa Program?

Firstly, the candidate should have an eligible occupation under the NOC 0, A, and B for Canada PR Visa. Secondly, they must have a minimum of 1 year of experience and a minimum bachelor’s degree or diploma. Then, the applicant must be proficient in the English language by scoring a minimum CLB 7 in the approved language test examinations. Then, they must have sufficient money and proof of funds to manage living expenses in Canada before they get a job in the country.

  1. What if I have a lower CRS score and am stuck in the express entry pool?

If you are stuck in the Canada Express Entry with low CRS scores, you can choose alternative ways to improve your score under the Canada Points System. Primarily, you can retake the IELTS examination. If you score better bands, then you can score a high CRS score within the due process. Alternatively, you can apply for the PNP program, which does not require a job offer with minimal requirements. And, you may change your primary applicant or get a job offer from a Canadian employer, which boosts your CRS score. Or, you can pursue further education in Canada, which assures extra points with Canadian education and experience which can be attained in due course.

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  1. If my CRS score ranges between 300 to 400, what choice do I have for Canada PR?

If your CRS score ranges from 300 to 400, then practically, your chances of getting Canada Immigration are slim. Before the pandemic and travel restrictions, the selection points were somewhere around 475. According to the trends, once the restrictions are lifted, the selection points under Canada Points Calculator can further decline to 460 but not beyond 400. It means you need to choose alternative measures. The best option would be to choose PNP programs such as Saskatchewan and Ontario PNP, which do not require any minimum CRS score or job offer requirements for eligibility. If your occupation is in demand with these provinces, then you can easily gain provincial nominations. You can choose other PNPs as well according to their requirements.

  1. What is the difference between Canada Express Entry and Canada PNP?

Canada Express Entry is the federal program that provides a direct Canada PR Visa upon selection. The program is the primary pathway for immigration to Canada. And, applicants must meet the eligibility requirements of the express entry by submitting the relevant documents. Upon selection, you will get ITA which assures the PR visa.

Whereas PNP is the alternative immigration pathways run by provinces of Canada. Each PNP program has different eligibility requirements for the applicants. Upon selection, the applicants will get the nomination and additional CRS points of 600. Once you receive the nomination, it will enable you to receive ITA and PR eventually.

  1. How do I calculate points for Canada Express Entry?

It is essential to meet the Canada PR requirement to proceed with the application. And, for calculating the points, you need to assess the factors such as Age, Education, Experience, Language, and Adaptability. For ages 20 to 29 years, you can secure the maximum points. You can score as high as 136 points under language proficiency if you score high bands in the language exams. Higher education can fetch you 120 to 150 points, and higher experience will get you a maximum of 50 points. Adaptability points can be achieved by spousal points, arranged employment, and Canadian education.

  1. What are the Immigration programs under Canada Immigration?

If you are planning to migrate to Canada, then you have abundant pathways to choose from. You can choose a suitable program with the help of Best Immigration Consultants in the country.  Below are the programs:

  1. What level of language proficiency do I need for Canada Express Entry?

To apply for a Canada start-up visa, you will be required to score a Canadian Language Benchmark of 7.  You must secure these marks in all the categories of listening, reading, writing, and speaking. You must also submit the results of a third-party language test along with your application.

  1. How do I find jobs in Canada?

Once you move to Canada after attaining Canada PR Visa, you soon begin to explore employment opportunities. The best way to explore the job offers is to connect with employers and increase networking through LinkedIn. You can also explore the Canadian job portals such as Job Bank, Indeed, Monster, Workopolis, etc. You can also check the latest average salary of the job positions in Canada.

  1. How much cost does it take to apply for Canada PR Visa?

The Canada Immigration process is divided into many stages, and each stage requires an application fee or expense by the applicant. Below is the breakdown of the cost of application:

  • Education Credential Assessment (ECA) Fees: INR 12,000 to 17,000
  • Language Proficiency Examination Fees: INR 10,800 to 13,800
  • Provincial Nomination Program Fees: INR 17,850 to 90,000
  • Medical & Indian PCC Fees: INR 5000 to 6500
  • Immigration Processing Fees: INR 50,000 each self & spouse + 13,500 each dependent child
  • Right of Permanent Resident Fee: INR 30,000 for Self & Spouse
  • Biometrics Fees: INR 17,000
  1. How much money do I need to have in my bank account?

According to the Canada PR requirement, a single applicant must have a minimum of INR 8 Lac in his/her bank account. If you add family members such as spouses and children, the fund requirement tends to increase with the increase in the number of family members. Notably, the funds must be acquired legally, and the Canadian immigration authority will verify the source of funds.

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