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Why must Canada be your first choice to move?

If you are an Indian citizen and planning to settle in Canada, you have probably heard of Canadian permanent resident status. Permanent Resident Status, or PR, is a type of immigration status that is much sought after in Canada, especially by people in India. Indeed, permanent resident status gives you many rights and legal capacities in Canada.

Following are 10 benefits of immigrating to Canada:

  • Safe and Sound
  • Social services and social security benefits
  • Home to some of the top universities
  • Free public healthcare
  • Booming Economy
  • Better job opportunities
  • Tolerant and broad-minded society
  • The simple and easy immigration process

Benefits of Canada PR Visa

Talking about the benefits of Canada Permanent Residency, a PR visa holder enjoys all the same rights as a Canadian citizen except for two things:

  • Right of Vote
  • Not eligible for jobs that need high-security clearance

Here are some of the major benefits of immigration to Canada as a permanent resident:

  • Can live and work anywhere in Canada
  • Access to Universal Healthcare and Social Service
  • Sponsor Your Relatives
  • Become a Canadian Citizen
  • Protection according to the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms & Canadian Law

How to move to Canada as a permanent resident?

To become a permanent resident in Canada, you must apply through an official immigration program. There are many different immigration routes to Canada, ranging from immigration for workers to immigration for students and immigration for families. However, the most popular immigration option for Indian residents is the Federal Skilled Worker – Express Entry program. Express Entry is a very fast immigration system that requires no job offers, requires no Canadian experience, and allows you to bring your family with you.

How to be eligible for the Express Entry program?

The Express Entry program requires a minimum of 67 points to become eligible and the total points accumulated by the candidate are calculated based on their information.

The six main factors on which 67 points are calculated are:

  1. Age – Although there is no age limit for settling in Canada, maximum points are awarded to those in the 18-35 age group. (Maximum of 12 points)
  1. Education – Degrees at the same level as the Canadian Council on Education establish that you will be able to support yourself and your family after moving to Canada. Therefore, a bachelor’s degree or equivalent degree or a graduate degree from a recognized university is required. (Maximum points 25)
  1. Work Experience – Canada earnestly invites applications from qualified professionals through the Federal Skilled Worker Program and the Federal Skilled Trader Program. Therefore, it is advantageous to have work experience in occupations targeted by Canadian provinces. (15 points maximum)
  1. Language proficiency – Canada has two official languages: French and English. Fluency in these two languages ​​is an added advantage. Otherwise, knowledge of English is a must for Indian immigrants and all other immigrants, not only for professional reasons but also for daily communication. To this end, IELTS and CLB tests are performed, both recognized by the IRCC where 6 bands in each module are the minimum eligibility. (The maximum points awarded for the IELTS is 24 and for the French language (TEF) is 4 points.
  1. Adaptability – If you or your spouse have a birth relative in Canada, you receive additional points for adaptability. (10 points maximum). If the candidate / secondary spouse also obtains a CLB 5 in the IELTS, he obtains 5 points.
  1. Job Offer – If you have a job offer approved by Canada’s LMIA (Labor Market Impact Assessment), this gives you 10 additional points. (10 points maximum).

How to calculate CRS points for ITA for Canada PR Visa?

These CRS points are awarded based on the following factors:

  • Core/Human Capital Factors
  • Spouse/Common-law partner Factors
  • Skill Transferability Factors
  • Additional Points Factors

Points awarded on the basis of the above-mentioned factors total 1200 points in the CRS calculator

Another big factor that decides the point distribution under the CRS system is whether the candidate is moving to Canada with or without their spouse/common-law partner. 

The following table will show how CRS score is assigned to applicants in the CRS score calculator who move to Canada without their spouse:

Factors

Maximum Points Awarded

Core Human Capital 

500

Skill Transferability

100

Provincial Nomination

600

Arranged Employment

200

Canada Study Experience

30

Sibling living in Canada 

15

Language Proficiency

30

  

Following table shows how points are awarded for the candidates who are moving to Canada with their spouse:

Factors

Maximum Points Awarded

Core Human Capital

460

Skill Transferability

40

Provincial Nomination

600

Arranged Employment

200

Canadian Study Experience

30

Siblings living in Canada

15

Language Proficiency

30

CRS Calculator 

As discussed above CRS points are awarded to the candidates based on some selection factors also mentioned above.

Now to see how these points are awarded refer to the below tables:

  • Core/Human Capital Factors

Factors

Points with spouse/common-law partner

Points without spouse/common-law partner

Age

100

110

Educational level

140

150

Language Proficiency

150

160

Work Experience in Canada

70

80

  • Spouse/Common-law partner Factors

Factors

Points Awarded

Educational level

10

Language Proficiency

20

Work Experience in Canada

10

  • Skill-Transferability Factors

Education

Points Awarded

With efficient official language proficiency and a post-secondary degree

50

With Canadian experience and a post-secondary degree

50

Foreign Work Experience

Points Awarded

With efficient official language proficiency and a post-secondary degree 

50

With foreign work experience or Canadian work experience 

50

Certification of Qualification (for people in trade occupation)

Points Awarded

With efficient official language proficiency and a post-secondary degree 

50

  • Additional Points Factors

Factor

Points Awarded

Post-secondary education in Canada

30

Arranged Employment

200

Provincial Nomination

600

French Language Proficiency

30

Siblings living in Canada

15

Now, once candidates are awarded CRS point’s next step for them would be to meet the CRS cut-offs set at the express draws that are held regularly by the Immigration, Refugees & Citizenship Canada (IRCC). Via these draws, IRCC can issue the Invitation to Apply (ITA) to the candidates who can meet CRS cut-offs.

Step by Step process Guide

After determining your eligibility for Canada PR with Province Immigration the following steps are taken by Nationwide Immigration Services after the registration.

  1. ECA – For the Educational Credential Assessment (ECA) you will pay CAD 227 per person to World Education Services (WES) (ONLINE REPORT).
  2. IELTS – You will appear for the IELTS exam and obtain the advised scores. (Rupees fourteen thousand only, 14,000/-).
  3. Express Entry Profile – After which, we will create your Express Entry profile and submit your IELTS scores, ECA report, work history, and all required information.  
  4. Invitation to Apply – Subsequently, if you meet the current CRS threshold as part of the series of invitations made through the Express Entry Pool, you will receive your Invitation to Apply (ITA) from the High Commission of Canada as part of the draw. express entry of federal skilled workers.
  5. PNP Program – If you don’t meet the current CRS score you will go under PNP Provincial Nominee Programs and wait for the interest letter from any province. If you get a nomination from any province, you will get 600 points under the Express Entry program and you will already be waiting for the invitation as described in point number (4).
  6. Medical & PCC – You will go for Medical and police clearance checks once you receive your ITA. (Rupees seven thousand only,7,000/-).
  7. The biometric fee – In addition to the regular visa application fee, a biometric fee of $85 CAD per person will apply. However, family members who want to apply for a Canadian visitor visa together, need to submit only biometric fees that are CAD 170.

Visa Filing & Post Landing Fee –  Hereafter, you file your PR visa within 60 days of time from the date of invitation along with all required documents and wait for almost 6 months for passport submission request.

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