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03. Your education


04. Your Work Experience


05. Your English


06. Do you know French ?

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08. Adaptability

Your spouse/partner's English Proficiency ?


Does your spouse/partner have Canadian work experience ?


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Have you worked in Canada for 1 or more years ?


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Do you have an adult relative in Canada on a PR visa/is a citizen ?


08. Adaptability

Have you worked in Canada for 1 or more years ?


Have you Studied in Canada for 2 or more years ?


Do you have an adult relative in Canada on a PR visa/is a citizen ?


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Your eligibiliy Score to migrate Canada

Minimum threshold is 67


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Canada immigration points calculator

The eligibility of immigrants is decided on various factors such as age, language, education and work experience. Candidates should score 67 points out of 100 in the eligibility factors given below to qualify for of the Federal Skilled Worker immigration programs which will lead to permanent residence status.


Maximum points


Those between 18-35 years get maximum points. Those above 35 get lesser points


Applicant’s educational qualification must be equal to education under Canadian standards.

Work experience

For minimum points applicants should have at least one-year of full-time work experience. More years of work experience means more points.

Language ability

Applicants must have at least 6 bands in IELTS. They get extra points if proficient in French.


If the spouse or common law partner of the applicant is willing to migrate to Canada, he is entitled to 10 extra points for adaptability.

Arranged employment

A maximum of 10 points if applicants have a valid offer from a Canadian employer.

A valid job offer from a Canadian employer entitles applicants for ten points.

Apart from this, the applicant’s occupation must be listed as Skill Type 0 or Skill Level A or B in the National Occupational Classification (NOC).

Using the Canada points calculator, you can know whether you are eligible to apply for Canada’s most popular immigration program which is the Express Entry program.

The Canada Express Entry system is based on a points system where you will have to score 67 points out of 100 to be eligible to apply.

The calculator provides an estimate only.

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Quick eligibility check of Y-Axis is only to help the applicants to understand their scores. The points displayed are based on your answers only. Please note the points on each section are evaluated based on various parameters set in the immigration guidelines and a technical evaluation is a must know your accurate scores and eligibility to find out which immigration program you can apply for. The Quick eligibility check does not guarantee you the below points, you may score high or low points once you are technically evaluated by our expert team. There are many assessing bodies that process skills assessment which will depend on your nominated occupation, and these assessing bodies will have their own criteria in considering an applicant as skilled. State/ territory authorities will also have their own criteria to allow sponsorships which an applicant should satisfy. So, it is very important for an applicant to go apply for a technical evaluation.
What is a Comprehensive ranking system (CRS)?
  • A comprehensive ranking system (CRS) s a points-based system used to assess and score a candidate’s Express Entry profile to rank them against other candidates in the pool.
  • Eligible applicants with 67 points or more can submit a profile into the Express Entry pool, where they are ranked according to the Comprehensive Ranking System criteria.
  • The CRS will assess the information candidates submit, including skills, work experience, language ability, education, and other factors.
  • IRCC (Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada) regularly issues Invitations to Apply (ITAs) for Canadian permanent residence to the highest-ranked candidates through draws from the pool and aims to process applications within six months.
What are the CRS Points considered for CRS Score?
  • Under the Comprehensive Ranking System, of twelve-hundred (1,200) possible CRS points are distributed across several factors.
  • A candidate’s age, education, language proficiency and work experience, known as core human capital factors, are awarded a score out of 500. 
  • Some of these factors, when combined with each other, are called skill transfer-ability factors and are considered for 100 points. These 600 points constitute a candidate’s core CRS score.
  • 600 additional Points are also awarded for factors, such as a provincial nomination, an offer of arranged employment, prior Canadian study experience, french language ability, and a sibling who is a citizen or permanent residence in Canada. These points will help applicants to increase their CRS.

The most valuable additional factor is a provincial nomination, which results in 600 CRS points. Many Provincial Nominee Programs (PNPs) are only available to candidates in the Express Entry pool.

Since the immigration target for 2021 is 401,000, the CRS score will depend on the number of applicants in the Express Entry pool before each draw.

How do you improve your CRS score?

The Express Entry draw is conducted at regular intervals, so there is always a chance for you to improve your CRS score before a subsequent draw is announced.

If you do not meet the required CRS score you can always find ways to improve your points so that you get the required points to secure an Invitation to Apply (ITA) for the PR visa in the next Express Entry draw.

Here are some ways to improve your CRS score

Boost your language score: If you score well in language tests such as the IELTS, your CRS score will improve. For example, in the language test, if you score a Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) of 9, you’ll get up to 136 direct points added to your CRS ranking. Appearing for a language test in French can also add up to 24 points.

Apply for a PR visa under the PNP under the Provincial Candidate Program: if you receive an invitation, you will receive 600 additional points for your Express Entry profile.

Get a work offer: A job offer from a Canadian employer gives you another 200 points.

Get an education in Canada: Up to 30 extra points can be received if you complete a recognized degree or diploma in Canada.

Application with your spouse for PR: Applying with your spouse for the visa will earn you both additional points. The language proficiency of your spouse would be worth 20 points, while the education level and Canadian work experience can earn you as much as 10 points for each category. So, this will add up to 40 points to your CRS score.

Continue to work: If you have fewer than three years of full-time work experience, and if you continue to work you can add points to your CRS score.

The Canada Skilled Immigration Points Calculator lest you determine – on your own – whether or not you are eligible for immigrating to Canada as a skilled worker.

67 points will have to be secured for entering your profile in the Express Entry pool managed by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada [IRCC] on behalf of the federal government of Canada.

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