Prince Edward Island (PEI) Immigration Points Calculator is designed to assess the eligibility of the applicants, planning to settle permanently in Canada through the Prince Edward Island PEI PNP Express Entry. Applicant’s credibility and capability depends on factors like Age, Qualification, work experience, language, adaptability, arranged employment, etc which consequently decides whether they are competent enough to meet the eligibility criteria and can contribute in the economic growth of the PEI.
Prince Edward Island (PEI) PNP Express Entry
Candidates, who have applied under Express Entry Pool and have the intention to live and work in PEI province, can apply through the PEI PNP Express Entry to apply for permanent residency. This category permits the province to nominate applicants, whose application is already in Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada’s (IRCC) Express Entry pool and have adequate skills, work experience, and other factors that contribute to the rise in the labor market of PEI.
Candidates who meet all the eligibility requirements as set by the Provincial Government of PEI under the category chosen by them. Those who meet the terms and conditions of one of these Federal programs should create an Express Entry Profile. Depending on the information and details provided by candidates, specific Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score is assigned to the candidate and the highest-scoring profiles receive an Invitation to Apply (ITA) to apply for Permanent Residence.
Getting a nomination from provincial or territorial government escalates their CRS score by 600 points, which consequently accelerates their chances of receiving an invitation to apply for Permanent Residence. The ones who receive a provisional certificate from PEI automatically gets permanent residency for PEI province. Before applying, you have to make sure that your occupation is mentioned on the PEI In-Demand Occupation List.
Find Below the Prince Edward Immigration Points Calculator 2019 Offering Points for Various Factors:
|Express Entry||Express Entry with Job Offer||Express Entry no Job Offer|
Factor 1: Education
|Education||With Job Offer||Without Job Offer|
|Master’s level or PhD from a graduate school of a college or university, after completion of a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree.||15||15|
|Post-secondary academic degree (Bachelor) from a college or that required at least three years of full-time study||12||12|
|Post-secondary diploma in a specific trade that required at least two years of full-time study after secondary school||10||10|
|Completion of secondary school||0||0|
Factor 2: Language Skills
|Language ability||Express Entry with Job Offer||Express Entry no Job Offer|
|below CLB/NCLC 7||0||0|
Factor 3: Work Experience
|Work Experience||Express Entry with Job Offer||Express Entry no Job Offer|
|More than 6 years||15||20|
Factor 4: Age
|Age||Express Entry with Job Offer||Express Entry no Job Offer|
Factor 5: Arranged Employment
|Employment||With Job Offer||Without Job Offer|
|Working in PEI on a valid work permit||5||–|
|Job offer in PEI related to education||5||–|
|Foreign qualification verified with the regulated body in PEI. This is not an ECA.||5||5|
|At least 1 year continuous full-time work experience in PEI||5||5|
Factor 6: Adaptability
|Adaptability||With Job Offer||Without Job Offer|
|Currently have close family member(s) living in PEI for at least 12 consecutive months who are permanent residents or Canadian citizens||5||5|
|Spouse/common-law partner and/or dependent
child(ren) have a language ability of CLB/NCLC 6or
higher in English or French
|Currently own residential property in PEI for at least12
|Graduated from a recognized PEI post-secondary
|Spouse/common-law partner has at least 3 yearsof
work experience in the last 5 years
|Dependent child(ren) have been enrolled in a PEI
educational institution for at least 6 continuous months
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