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Federal Skilled Worker (FSW) Selection Factor Points Calculator
Canada Immigration 67 Points - Check your eligibility with the Immiboards Canada Points Calculator
Selection Factor Points help to assess your eligibility for Canada's popular Federal Skilled Worker Program. These points are the first step to check your eligibility to immigrate under the Federal Skilled Worker Program. Please note that Selection Factor Points are different from CRS Score. CRS Score ranks your profile in the Express Entry Pool while the Selection Factor Points determines your eligibility to apply under Federal Skilled Worker Program. Since the Federal Skilled Worker Program is the primary Canada Immigration pathway, calculating your Selection Factor Point is the first step towards immigrating to Canada for most candidates.
You are scored on a 100 point scale in the Selection Factor Point Grid:
- A score of 67 points is required to qualify for the Federal Skilled Worker Program. Hence it is called Canada 67 points
- If you score lower than 67 points, you won’t qualify for the program
There are Six selection factors for Federal Skilled Worker Program (Express Entry) as under:
- Language skills points
- Education points
- Work experience points
- Age points
- Arranged employment in Canada points
- Adaptability points
Alert! This calculator is for your convenience. If any part conflicts with information on the official "Six selection factors – Federal Skilled Worker Program (Express Entry) - Canada.ca" website, assume that the official website is correct.