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Guide to Moving to Canada in 2024: Understanding CRS Scores

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Friday, 15th December 2023

If you want to move to Canada using the Express Entry system, it's essential to keep an eye on the Comprehensive Ranking Score (CRS) threshold for each draw. The Canadian government holds these draws every two weeks and invites people who meet or exceed the minimum CRS score to apply for permanent residency.

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Let’s get into the details through this blog on how much CRS score do I need for Canada in 2024?

In 2023, the CRS cut-off varied, reflecting changes in candidate pools and immigration targets. For example, a CRS score of 500 was the minimum required for Canadian permanent residency as of September 2023.

It's important to know that a "good" CRS score can vary, depending on the highest scores in the Express Entry pool at any given time. For instance, if the highest score is 600, then a good CRS score might range from 400 to 600 points.

Changes to the Express Entry System include category-based selection, prioritizing certain jobs and skills, and targeted invitations for candidates with specific language abilities or work experience in certain fields.

The question arises whether the CRS cut-off will fall below 470 in 2024. Considering the trend of targeted draws and category-based rounds, it's possible for the CRS cut-off to go below 470 for specific draws. The Canadian government uses these draws to address economic goals and labour market needs, potentially resulting in lower CRS cut-offs for candidates who meet specific criteria.

What's a good CRS score for Canada PR in 2024?

In 2024, a good CRS score for Canadian immigration may be around 480 points for all programs and approximately 430 points for the CEC program.

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If your CRS score is low, you can take steps to improve your chances of getting permanent residence, such as getting a job offer, applying for Provincial Nominee Programs (PNPs), using the study permit to PR route, or using the visitor visa to work permit route.

These strategies can boost your CRS score and enhance your eligibility for Canadian permanent residency.

Need help?

If you are concerned about whether your CRS points will be enough to immigrate to Canada in 2024, please contact SIEC Migration. Our team of Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultants can assess your background and determine ways to boost your CRS score.

Alternatively, we could also suggest other immigration routes through one of the Provincial Nominee Programs. Start working towards your new life in Canada with SIEC Migration

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