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Express Entry Selection Factor

Canada has a points-based immigration system called Express Entry. You must have a score of at least 67 points out of a possible 100 Selection Factor criteria before you apply under the Express Entry Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS).

You must also complete the Express Entry CRS (Comprehensive Ranking System) and generally need a score of 480 or more – so don’t forget that step! See our free Express Entry calculator.

A review and confirmation of your documentation and qualifications is required in order to verify this result. We would be pleased to review your documentation and assist you in your application.

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Learn More: 11 Ways to Increase Your Express Entry CRS Score

In order to verify your results with an immigration legal professional, please contact us directly at 1 (403) 452-9515 or contact@ackahlaw.com.

1) Language (Maximum 28 Points)
What are your IELTS Band Scores?
What are your CELPIP Band Scores?
What are your TEF Canada Band Scores?
What are your TCF Canada Band Scores?
What are your IELTS Band Scores?
What are your CELPIP Band Scores?
What are your TEF Canada Band Scores?
What are your TCF Canada Band Scores?
2) Education (Maximum 25 Points)

TABLE 1

  • Bachelor of Laws
  • Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy degree
  • Doctor of Chiropractic degree
  • Doctor of Dental Surgery degree
  • Doctor of Medicine degree
  • Doctor of Optometry degree
  • Doctor of Podiatry degree
  • Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree
  • First Professional Degree in Dentistry
  • First professional degree in Veterinary Medicine
  • First professional degree in Medicine
  • First professional degree in medicine (Doctor of Medicine)
  • First professional university degree in chiropractic medicine
  • First professional university degree in chiropractic medicine, preceded by prerequisite undergraduate study
  • First professional university degree in dentistry
  • First professional university degree in dentistry, preceded by prerequisite undergraduate study
  • First professional university degree in law
  • First professional university degree in law, preceded by [x years] prerequisite undergraduate study
  • First professional university degree in medicine
  • First professional university degree in medicine, preceded by prerequisite undergraduate study
  • First professional university degree in optometry
  • First professional university degree in optometry, preceded by prerequisite undergraduate study
  • First professional university degree in podiatric medicine
  • First professional university degree in podiatric medicine, preceded by prerequisite undergraduate study
  • First professional university degree in veterinary medicine
  • First professional university degree in veterinary medicine, preceded by prerequisite undergraduate study
  • Five or more years of professional university study in chiropractic medicine
  • Five or more years of professional university study in dentistry
  • Five or more years of professional university study in optometry
  • Five or more years of professional university study in pharmacy
  • Five or more years of professional university study in podiatry
  • Four to five years of professional study in podiatry
  • Four to seven years of professional study in dentistry
  • Four to seven years of professional study in veterinary medicine
  • Four-year Bachelor of Science degree with a focus in pharmacy
  • Juris Doctor
3) Work Experience (Maximum 15 Points)
4) Age (Maximum 12 points)
5) Arranged Employment (Maximum 10 Points)
6) Adaptability (Maximum 10 Points)
PLEASE CHOOSE ALL THAT APPLY
Does the applicant have a relative living in Canada that is 18 years or older and a Canadian/PR? The relative must be parent, grandparent, child, grandchild, sibling, aunt or uncle by blood or marriage.
Has your spouse written the English or French test – that is approved by CIC- must have CLB level 4?
Has your spouse studied in Canada for at least 2 years?
Has your spouse worked in Canada for at least 15 hours per week – at least in NOC 0, A or B with a work permit?
Do you have arranged employment?
Does the applicant have at least 1 year of work experience in NOC 0, A or B with a valid work permit?
Does the applicant have past studies in Canada of two full academic years?
None Apply
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We have been working on a very delicate situation in which a young temporary foreign worker was unfortunately seriously injured during an armed robbery and has left him requiring many surgeries and extensive rehabilitation. We are working hard to have this wonderful young man remain in Canada so he may continue to receive the level and quality of care he requires and deserves. As we navigate through the system, the guidance, compassion, commitment and concern that Evelyn and the entire team have provided, has been invaluable to us all. I feel truly fortunate and privileged to have Ackah Business Immigration Law on our side as their passion genuinely shines through.

– Peter Kilty, Parkland Fuel Corporation

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