Your CRS Score is:

Based on the information you provided you may be eligible for the following streams of Express Entry:

CEC
FSW
FST
PNP

To assess your chances for a successful Express Entry application, see the following analytical charts

Canadian Experience Class

CRS score of lowest-ranked candidate invited

This is a chart showing you minimum scores that were invited to apply for PR under the CEC stream of Express Entry. Your score is shown with the dashed line so you can compare your score with the minimum score curve. This should give you an idea about your chances for a successful application under this stream based on historical data.

Eligibility Criteria

Type/Level of work experience

Canadian experience in 1 of these NOCs:

NOC 0 or NOC A or NOC B

Language skills

English or French skills:

  • CLB/NCLC 7 if your NOC is 0 or A
  • CLB/NCLC 5 if your NOC is B

Amount of work experience

One year in Canada in the last 3 years (either combination of full-time or part-time work)

Job offer

Not required.

Education

Not required.

Important Remarks

Volunteer work, unpaid internships, self-employment and work experience gained during full-time studies in Canada ARE NOT eligible for this stream.

Federal Skilled Workers

CRS score of lowest-ranked candidate invited

This is a chart showing you minimum scores that were invited to apply for PR under the FSW stream of Express Entry. Your score is shown with the dashed line so you can compare your score with the minimum score curve. This should give you an idea about your chances for a successful application under this stream based on historical data.

Eligibility Criteria

Type/Level of work experience

Canadian or foreign experience in 1 of these NOCs:

NOC 0 or NOC A or NOC B

Language skills

English or French skills:

  • CLB/NCLC 7

Amount of work experience

One year continuous within the last 10 years (combination of part-time, full-time or more than 1 job in your primary occupation)

Job offer

Not required.

But you can get selection criteria (FSW) points for having a valid job offer.

Education

Secondary education required.

You can get more selection criteria (FSW) points for your post-secondary education.

Important Remarks

COVID-19 IMPACT: there has been no FSW draw since [DATE]

Federal Skilled Trades

CRS score of lowest-ranked candidate invited

This is a chart showing you minimum scores that were invited to apply for PR under the FST stream of Express Entry. Your score is shown with the dashed line so you can compare your score with the minimum score curve. This should give you an idea about your chances for a successful application under this stream based on historical data.

Eligibility Criteria

Type/Level of work experience

Canadian or foreign experience in a skilled trade under key groups of NOC B

Language skills

English or French skills:

  • CLB/NCLC 5 for speaking and listening
  • CLB/NCLC 4 for reading and writing

Amount of work experience

Two years within last 5 years (either combination of full-time or part-time work)

Job offer

Required:

  • A valid job offer of full-time employment for a total period of at least 1 year; or
  • A certificate of qualification in that skilled trade issued by a Canadian provincial, territorial or federal authority

Education

Not required.

Important Remarks

Only the following NOC groups are accepted for this stream

  • Major Group 72, industrial, electrical and construction trades
  • Major Group 73, maintenance and equipment operation trades
  • Major Group 82, supervisors and technical jobs in natural resources, agriculture and related production
  • Major Group 92, processing, manufacturing and utilities supervisors and central control operators
  • Minor Group 632, chefs and cooks
  • Minor Group 633, butchers and bakers

Provincial Nominee Program

CRS score of lowest-ranked candidate invited

This is a chart showing you minimum scores that were invited to apply for PR under the PNP stream of Express Entry. Your score is shown with the dashed line so you can compare your score with the minimum score curve. This should give you an idea about your chances for a successful application under this stream based on historical data.
Note that your CRS Score in this chart is reflected with the assumption that you have a nomination certificate. Thus 600 points is added to your CRS score.

Eligibility Criteria

If you’re eligible for one of the above programs, you can also apply through Express Entry for the Provincial Nominee Program.

If you’re nominated, you’ll get extra 600 points so you can be invited to apply quickly.

Note 1: You must have a nomination certificate from a province or territory.

Note 2: 600 points have been added to your CRS score on the chart.

Important Remarks

For this stream you must have a nomination certificate from a province or territory which will give you 600 extra points.

Number of Annual Draws – All Streams

Click on each column to see results per month in each year

This chart gives you a holistic overview of all Express Entry draws since it launched on January 1, 2015. Therefore it can give you an idea about which streams of Express Entry have a quicker turn out.

How Can I Improve my Chances?

Tip #1: Language, Language, Language:

  • If you get CLB 7 or higher, you will get additional points for your post-secondary education (50 points) and foreign work experience (50 points)
  • Canada is a bilingual country with English and French as its official languages. As such, showing skills in both languages will give you a CRS point boost:
    • If you score NCLC 7 or higher on all four French language skills, you can get:
      • 25 additional points for English CLB 4 or lower
      • 50 additional points for English CLB 5 or higher

Tip #2: Job Offer:

  • Securing an eligible offer of employment can earn you 200 points. You may be eligible for these additional points through LMIA-exempt offers of employment under programs such as ICT, or C-11

Tip #3: Canadian Education:

  • If you earn a credential of one or two years in Canada, you will get 15 additional points, and if you earn a credential of three years or longer in Canada, you will get 30 additional points.

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