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Old May 22nd 2018, 1:35 pm
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Originally Posted by Whitehat


Note:

The CRS is including my Canadian Study Experience and one year of Canadian Work Experience too.

Don't forget to redo your CRS scoring, removing the 1 year of Canadian Work Experience and see what your points are then .. (presuming you would want to apply asap)



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Originally Posted by Siouxie
Don't forget to redo your CRS scoring, removing the 1 year of Canadian Work Experience and see what your points are then .. (presuming you would want to apply asap)




Sure thing! I will have to wait until April 2019 at least I think.. will see how things work out.. I heard the min points for scoring fluctuates time to time as well.. time will tell if this will aid me or make it a difficulty.. I have positivity and high hopes in mind.



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Originally Posted by Whitehat


Wow that sounds like exactly what I need; a Bridging Open Work Permit. And my scores are as follows: FSW:79 CRS:537.
If you're scoring 537 on CRS I'd say you're home and dry. Not wishing to sound negative in any way but are you sure that number is correct? It's only that I've never heard of anyone on here ever having a score that high.
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If you're scoring 537 on CRS I'd say you're home and dry. Not wishing to sound negative in any way but are you sure that number is correct? It's only that I've never heard of anyone on here ever having a score that high.
It sure is, Sir.
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Originally Posted by Whitehat
It sure is, Sir.
Then IMHO you really have nothing to worry about unless they massively change things in the next 12 months. Considering the targets for newcomers is still so high, that's unlikely but obviously not impossible.

Your EE profile would likely attract attention from some of the PNP's as well. My score was far lower than yours and I had an invitation from Ontario within a couple of hours of submitting my profile last year.
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Originally Posted by rivingtonpike
If you're scoring 537 on CRS I'd say you're home and dry. Not wishing to sound negative in any way but are you sure that number is correct? It's only that I've never heard of anyone on here ever having a score that high.
Certainly not that rare. Our CRS score was 559.

I’d certainly just apply for PR with 537. It’ll come through nice and quick and means you don’t have to enter a lottery system of working holiday visas etc. :-) Good luck!
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Certainly not that rare. Our CRS score was 559.

I’d certainly just apply for PR with 537. It’ll come through nice and quick and means you don’t have to enter a lottery system of working holiday visas etc. :-) Good luck!
Presumably that was for two people though. I think it would be harder for someone to score over 500 on their own.
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Presumably that was for two people though. I think it would be harder for someone to score over 500 on their own.
I provide barely any points. Husband gets well over the 500 on his own. There were many areas where he scored zero- hasn’t studied in Canada, doesn’t speak French, no close relatives here etc. Only 1 year of work experience too so limited points there. So presumably if a person can tick those boxes as well they’d be flying. :-)
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I provide barely any points. Husband gets well over the 500 on his own. There were many areas where he scored zero- hasn’t studied in Canada, doesn’t speak French, no close relatives here etc. Only 1 year of work experience too so limited points there. So presumably if a person can tick those boxes as well they’d be flying. :-)
Wow, that's impressive. Are you both still quite young?
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Then IMHO you really have nothing to worry about unless they massively change things in the next 12 months. Considering the targets for newcomers is still so high, that's unlikely but obviously not impossible.

Your EE profile would likely attract attention from some of the PNP's as well. My score was far lower than yours and I had an invitation from Ontario within a couple of hours of submitting my profile last year.
Invitation from Ontario?
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Certainly not that rare. Our CRS score was 559.

I’d certainly just apply for PR with 537. It’ll come through nice and quick and means you don’t have to enter a lottery system of working holiday visas etc. :-) Good luck!
Might I add: this score is incl the completion of my Canadian studies and a years worth of Canadian Work XP. So in order for me to apply, I will have to wait for at least April 19’..
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Invitation from Ontario?
Some provinces scrape the EE pool for people they might want. If you meet their profile and selected that province as a destination of choice then they email you and offer to sponsor your application. If the sponsorship is successful then you're pretty much guaranteed a COPR at that point but under the condition that you will genuinely settle in that province and not just use it as an easy route to Canadian residence.

If your PNP is from Ontario then the chances of people bailing are fairly low. It becomes more of a risk for a place like New Brunswick though obviously.
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Might I add: this score is incl the completion of my Canadian studies and a years worth of Canadian Work XP. So in order for me to apply, I will have to wait for at least April 19’..
But please bear in mind Snowy's info that work undertaken whilst on a study permit does NOT count as work experience for CEC. IEC IEC IEC...

So just your studies in Canada for points - not work experience, unless you can qualify for a PGWP and apply after you have worked for a year under a Post Grad Work Permit.

https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration...nce-class.html

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Some provinces scrape the EE pool for people they might want. If you meet their profile and selected that province as a destination of choice then they email you and offer to sponsor your application. If the sponsorship is successful then you're pretty much guaranteed a COPR at that point but under the condition that you will genuinely settle in that province and not just use it as an easy route to Canadian residence.

If your PNP is from Ontario then the chances of people bailing are fairly low. It becomes more of a risk for a place like New Brunswick though obviously.
Oh okay, Sweet.
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Originally Posted by Siouxie
But please bear in mind Snowy's info that work undertaken whilst on a study permit does NOT count as work experience for CEC. IEC IEC IEC...

So just your studies in Canada for points - not work experience, unless you can qualify for a PGWP and apply after you have worked for a year under a Post Grad Work Permit.

https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration...nce-class.html

I will keep those factors in mind thanks.
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