How to Know If You Are Eligible To Immigrate To Canada

How to Know If You Are Eligible To Immigrate To Canada

Planning to move to Canada? You might be feeling excited, curious and has a lot of questions now.

How to know if you are eligible to migrate to Canada?

Do you know how authorities of Canada will exactly review and assess your profile? There are several obvious questions an interested applicant has in mind while planning to migrate to Canada.

How Authorities Review Your Profile?

Canada has a points based system which is called the Express Entry which manages the applications under the Skilled Migration program of Canada and a several more. The Canadian Immigration will be the one who will assess your profile under the skilled migrant category and the assessment will be based on the applicants profile such as your age, work experiences, educational attainment, English or French language proficiency and other important factors.

Below are the eligibility criteria for Express Entry system:

  1. Eligibility Criteria:

To be able to qualify for the Express Entry system under the Federal Skilled Worker Migration program of Canadian Immigration, you will need to score at least 67 points.

  1. Criteria for Selection:

To be able to get selected for an Invitation to Apply or ITA for the Express Entry system, you will be needing to reach higher points than the minimum points required. This points system will be based in the Comprehensive Ranking System and if you scored higher, you will have the chance of getting a Canadian PR Visa ITA.


To better know if you are qualified for a Canadian PR Visa under the Express Entry system, let Permits and Visas Immigration Consultant conduct a Free Visa Assessment and tell you whether you are eligible to apply or no, which visa is suited for you on your unique situation and how to apply for a Canadian Skilled Worker Visa under Express Entry.

Call us at +971 4 553 8913 or fill out the Free Immigration Assessment Form below.

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