Applicants only need an English proficiency of CLB 4.
After successfully entering the Pool, applicants should focus on improving their CRS scores
Wellstone customizes the most suitable score boost plan according to applicant’s background
The qualified work types are:
The CRS is a points-based system that IRCC uses to assess and score applicants and rank them in the pool.
It’s used to assess your:
Every two weeks, the IRCC will announce an invitation score, and applicants whose CRS score exceeds the invitation score will be invited to immigration.
You can contact our ICCRC for more questions.
|Apply With Spouse or Common-law Partner?|
|A. Core/human capital factors (Maximum 500 points)|
|Level of Education||0|
|First Official Language Proficiency||
|Second Official Language Proficiency||
|Canadian work experience||0|
|C. Skill transferability factors (Maximum 100 points)|
|Education + Language Proficiency||This line is automatically calculated based on your education level and first language proficiency.||0|
|Education + Canadian Work Experience||This line is automatically calculated based on your education level and Canadian work experience.||0|
|Foreign work experience + Language Proficiency||This line is automatically calculated based on your foreign work experience and first language proficiency.
|Foreign Work Experience + Canadian Work Experience||This line is automatically calculated based on your foreign work experience and Canadian work experience.||0|
|Do you have Certificate of qualification (trade occupations)?||
|D. Additional points (Maximum 600 points)|
|Brother or sister living in Canada who is a citizen or permanent resident of Canada||
|Additional points for French||This line is automatically calculated based on your French proficiency and English proficiency.||0|
|Post-secondary education in Canada?||
|Has provincial or territorial nomination?||
|Do you have arranged employment?||
|Total CRS Score:||0|
|The Lowest CRS Score of the Last Round is:||397|