Canada provides highly lucrative options to the Immigrants when it comes to opportunities of growth in employment and high salaried jobs. It has everything that a candidate looks for in a country when he / she is planning to immigrate.The high standard of living, modernized infrastructure and low crime rate these are all part of the extensively rich cosmos of Canada and it has plenty to offer to the immigrants.

However, there is only one major requirement by the country for immigration and that is that the candidate should be skilled and experienced for living in Canada. It is not keen on inviting immigrants who would later become a burden on the economy rather Canada is keen to invite candidates who offer great deal of opportunities and would contribute positively in the economy.


How can a candidate immigrate to Canada?

To establish himself as a skilled professional, the candidate requires education and work experience on his side. Every candidate who wishes to immigrate to Canada is judged against the parameters of point based evaluation in which the points are calculated keeping in mind the factors of Age, Language Proficiency, Education, Work Experience and Adaptability.  The overall points of the candidate are matched with the cut off of the Comprehensive Ranking System(CRS) score and they candidate who secure minimum that much marks or above ate considered fit to apply for the Permanent Residency(PR) status of Canada.


What are the educational parameters for qualification?

The evaluation of the degree / certificate or diploma of the candidate is done keeping in mind the guidelines of Canadian Education Board (CEB). The validation of the degree is created only when it is a recognized degree from a university approved by UGC. The guideline criteria don’t mention anything specific about the distance education thus it can be safely assumed that they are no set guidelines in that areas and as long as the degree is authentic and from a valid university there should be no problem with its acceptance by the IRCC (Immigration Refugee and Citizenship Canada).  The point is that degree is important and it is not important where you get that degree from a regular college or from a distant one and assessment of these degrees from a proper regulatory authority is also important.

Further, the Educational Credential Assessment (ECA) of the candidate is done through an authorized body like WES and a good immigration service can help you shoulder the responsibility and undertake the process on your behalf.


A good Immigration Service acts a mentor and guides the candidates regarding the pertinent steps that need to take with respect to immigration to Canada. We also provide free pre-assessment of the eligibility for the Permanent Residency(PR) status of Canada to the candidate. To speak to our experts, you can contact us at 011 – 461-77777 or you can write your queries at