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I’m 35+ Can I apply for a Canadian PR?

Posted on September 27, 2019
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I’m 35+ Can I apply for a Canadian PR

Many Indians, who have crossed 35 years of age, also think of going abroad and settling there. As Canada is attracting scores of Indians with its liberal Immigration policy, many Indians above 35 years of age have the urge of getting a Canadian PR. But, how is this possible? Do you have any option? What are your chances? How do you make sure that you are eligible for a Canadian PR?

The answers to all these questions are in this article. Read on and see, what is in it for you.

The first fact you should know is that all Canadian Immigration programs are point-based ones (including the Provincial Nominee Program)

So, if you apply for a Canadian PR, your profile is evaluated based on your points secured from various factors like Age, Work experience, Language Skills, Education etc.

Age is one of the vital factors that should be considered when applying for a Canadian PR. You will get maximum points towards age factor if you fall in the age group of 18 to 35. With an increase in every year, there would be a gradual decrease in the points secured towards Age factor. Ultimately, when you reach 47, your score would be 0.

What are your chances?

You still have a good chance to migrate to Canada after 35, if your profile is strong. The six factors that considered by the Canadian Federal Express Entry System are

  • Age
  • Work experience
  • Education
  • Adaptability
  • Language skills
  • Arranged Employment

Age is only one of the factors considered. If your scoring points are less based on age, you still have other options to compensate on these points. Your Work experience, Education and English Language proficiency can add some extra points to your profile. French language proficiency is another factor which you can consider to earn bonus points. You can also get extra points if your siblings are in Canada. Sometimes, the credentials of your spouse might add to the comprehensive ranking score.

Certain Provincial Nominee Programs accept profiles having low scores in the Express Entrée system. So, you always have a chance of migrating to Canada even though you are more than 35.

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