Canada Immigration Visa Assessments

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Canada immigration visa assessment questionnaires help candidates check their eligibility for various permanent immigration programs as well as temporary visas and permits for visitors, students and workers. Canada has many immigration programs, each depending on a candidate’s situation.

Free Canada Immigration Self-Assessments

The Canada Express Entry Assessment tool uses various criteria such as age, language ability, work experience, level of education and other economic and family factors to rank individual profiles. Ranking scores are referred to as CRS score. Use our free tool to estimate your score. Official scores may be received from the Canada Immigration website directly. You can learn more about the assessment, visit our article about Canada express entry calculator tool.

Immigrate to Canada

There are over 12 pathways to making Canada your permanent home as an immigrant. Start Assessment

Work in Canada

Eligible international workers can apply to work in Canada or extend their existing permits. Start Assessment  

Study in Canada

International students can apply to study in Canada. And work while/after studying too. Start Assessment

Express Entry Invitations

Canada Immigration invite candidates from the pool based on their CRS score (CRS). Start Assessment

Canada Immigration (Permanent Residence) Programs

1. Express Entry
For skilled workers under the Federal Skilled Worker Program, Federal Skilled Trades Program or the Canadian Experience Class.

2. Family sponsorship
To sponsor your relatives, including your spouse, partner, children, parents, grandparents, and others.

3. Provincial nominees
This immigration route is administered by a Canadian province or territory under select requirements.

4. Quebec-selected skilled workers
Immigrate as a skilled worker in the province of Quebec.

5. Atlantic Immigration Pilot
Immigrate by graduating from a school or working in New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia, or Newfoundland and Labrador.

6. Caregivers
Immigrate by providing care for children, the elderly or those with medical needs, or work as a live-in caregiver.

7. Start-up Visa
Immigrate by starting a business and creating jobs.

8. Self-employed
Immigrate as a self-employed person in cultural or athletic activities.

9. Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot
Smaller Canadian communities supporting their local economy through immigration. Pilot opens to permanent resident applicants later in 2019.

10. Agri-Food Pilot
Immigrate by working in specific agri-food industries and occupations.

11. Health-care workers permanent residence pathway
Immigrate with a new application process for refugee claimants working in the health-care sector during the COVID-19 pandemic.

12. Refugees
Immigrate as a refugee or become a sponsor.

How scores are determined