Posted on July 24, 2021
Moving to is like a dream come true for tens and thousands of aspiring individuals and families. For those foreign nationals who have good command over English language and a prior skilled work experience, Express Entry’s Federal Skilled Worker program makes an ideal pathway.
As mentioned, the Federal Skilled Worker (FSW) program is one among the three economic immigration programs managed within Express Entry system of Canada. An applicant who applies under FSWP is required to meet the minimum 67-points requirement out of 100 on the FSW grid. These points are allocated based on six selection factors and only upon meeting this criteria, an applicant qualifies to enter the Express Entry pool of candidates.
While, the Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) is a merit-based selection system used by the Immigration, Refugee, Citizenship Canada (IRCC) to assign a score out of 1200 to each applicant who enters the Express Entry pool under all three programs, including Federal Skilled Worker Program, Federal Skilled Trades Program and Canadian Experience Class.
Point Allocation under FSW Points Grid and CRS
To qualify for FSW points criteria, your profile will be assessed based on following six selection factors:
Point Allocation under Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS)
In order to rank candidates, the IRCC assigns a CRS score to each applicant in the EE pool out of 1200, which includes:
Improving your Express Entry CRS scores
If your scores are not high enough, you must put efforts in increasing your overall CRS score by:
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