I know getting an ITA (Invitation to Apply) and then finally moving to Canada is very important for every candidate who is trying to immigrate to Canada. Yes, I know it! I was there at some point in time and can feel your pain.
Really, my CRS score (Comprehensive Ranking System) went below 400 due to my age and I was literally devastated because of that. Then I researched again, and at that time I got convinced that there are other ways that can help me in getting Canadian permanent residency (PR).
So I contemplated for a few days, used the CRS point calculator, and found that there are only 2 options that were viable for me. The first was to increase the IELTS score and the second was to learn French Language. Learning French within a short period of time and then scoring good bands in it was not easy, so I opted for the 1st option and went for IELTS exams.
I will be sharing my story about the IELTS exam in the next few posts, but this video is to let you know that there are some other practical ways through which you can increase your CRS score (Comprehensive Ranking System).
Please check the below video, which shows some practical ways to increase your CRS score. If you have any doubts, please comment here or on the YouTube video itself. I will appreciate if you will SUBSCRIBE to my YouTube channel. It’s FREE and will motivate me to make more such videos.
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Note: I am not an immigration consultant, so use the advice carefully. I am sharing the information from my experience.