Examples to understand Manitoba PNP Points Calculator:
Let us understand how the above-explained factors can enhance the CRS score of a candidate and land him/her the opportunity to migrate to Canada by the Express Entry Program
Example 1 – Spouse or Common-Law Partner
Suppose, a candidate is 39 years old, has a bachelor’s degree, is fluent in English and has been working as a financial analyst for the last 10 years. Also, the candidate’s spouse is 29 years old, has been working as a teacher for the last 3 years, has a bachelor’s degree and exceptional skills in the English language.
Now, the candidate and the spouse may earn the same points for their work experience, but their age fetches them different points. Thus, the spouse who is 10 years younger earns a much higher CRS score of 443 than the candidate who merely gets 393 CRS score.
In this scenario, it is advisable for the candidate to file the application by making the spouse as the primary applicant. The candidate then becomes the dependent and this makes the couple enjoy a fair chance of receiving the ITA for immigration to Canada.
Example 2 – Work Experience
Assume a candidate, 35 years of age, has completed his master’s degree and a year of work experience as a software engineer. The candidate is proficient in English but has never worked or studied in Canada. Also, before completing the master’s degree, the candidate has four years of part-time experience as a software salesman.
The candidate only mentioned a year of work experience as a software engineer in his profile as he/she was not aware of the value of the part-time software sales profile towards the CRS score. He earned 423 points as compared to 448 that he could have earned after mentioning his part-time technical sales work experience as it is considered skilled under NOC 6221
As already suggested, mention all personal and professional details accurately as it may help you score high and settle permanently in Canada.
Example 3 – Provincial Nominee Program
Let us believe that a candidate, 35 years old has a bachelor’s degree, English proficiency and 3 years of experience as an IT manager. Based on these credentials, the candidate’s total CRS score sums up to 408.
However, apart from this work experience, the candidate had also worked as a programmer for 2 years but as with his/her most recent work experience, the candidate has already gained maximum points under the word experience factor for CRS score, he/she did not feel the need to mention about the previous job experience as a programmer.
Had the candidate specified his/her programming experience, the candidate would have qualified for Nova Scotia’s Express Entry Demand Stream and gained an additional 600 points taking the CRS score to 1008.
From all the above examples, we hope that you have understood the need to mention all personal and professional details clearly and accurately in your profile for immigration to Canada. Always strive for ways to improve your profile with relevant details and enhance your CRS score.