How to get a Permanent Residency with a low CRS score?
Imagine a scenario where you have saved up for years in the hopes of Immigrating to Canada. You apply for a Permanent Residency. The day of the Express Entry draw passes, but you never receive an Invitation To Apply (ITA). Now you realize your CRS scores are just below the cut-off. You think back to the International English Language Test, if only you had scored higher. This is a familiar tale for many prospective Immigrants.
How to become a Canadian citizen
Canada’s Immigration and Citizenship are carefully structured, so they are never out of reach for newcomers. It involves meeting the citizenship criteria and submitting your application to the IRCC. The final step is a Citizenship test and interview session where you face questions probing your knowledge of Canada and suitability for Citizenship. With the proper preparation and adherence to regulations, a permanent resident can become a Canadian citizen within five years through naturalization.