How to calculate 67 Points for Canadian Immigration

Sunday, August 31, 2008 |

To be eligible for applying for Canadian immigration (in skilled worker class) one must meet the 67 points criteria. This criterion is composed of various areas. The accumulation of 67 points depends upon different aspects of your personality.

There are SIX factors which sum up to make the successful score of 67. I am listing them in two categories as Easy Points and Hard Points.

Let’s work out to see how these points are calculated.

Easy Points
1. Age
2. Ability in English and/or French
3. Adaptability

Hard Points
4. Education
5. Work Experience
6. Arranged employment in Canada

POINTS IN DETAIL

1. Age (Maximum 10 points)

Age plays an important role in getting you the maximum points. Applicants between the ages of 21 years through 49 years are awarded maximum 10 points.

Refer the table below to calculate points according to your age.

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