Upto 10 points could be awarded to applicants for some factors under adaptability.
|Applicant’s spouse or partner’s official language proficiency: If your spouse or common-law partner has taken a language test from an IRCC approved agency and have achieved a score of CLB level 4 or higher in all of the four language skill areas i.e. Listening, Speaking, Reading and Writing. (The language test scores should be less than two years old)
Applicant’s past study in Canada. It is considered when an Applicant has successfully completed at-least two years of full-time study i.e. the program they completed was at-least of two years duration and was at secondary or post-secondary level in Canada.
Note: Distance learning programs are not considered by IRCC and to be considered full-time, the applicant must have attended school in Canada and attended at-least 15 hours of classes during each week in that duration
|Applicant’s spouse or common-law partner’s past study in Canada may also be considered, if he/she has also successfully completed at-least two years of full-time study i.e. the program they completed was at-least of two years duration and was at secondary or post-secondary level in Canada.
|Applicant’s past skilled work experience in Canada is considered under this factor, if they:
Note: Work Permit issued to people who made a claim for refugee protection does not confer worker status to the holder and, as such, work performed while possessing those work permits is may not be considered for points under this factor.
|Applicant’s spouse or common-law partner’s previous work experience in Canada may also be considered and they are eligible to get points under this factor if:
|Points for Arranged Employment can be awarded if an applicant gained points for arranged employment under factor 5
|Relatives in Canada: If an applicant or his/her spouse or common-law partner have a relative in Canada who are living in Canada: