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Having a low projected CRS score should not discourage you. CRS scores change frequently and may allow you to receive an Invitation to Apply (ITA). Improve your CRS score by retaking the language test, gain further experience or education. Also, you may be nominated by one of the provinces with your current score.
Many factors affect your final CRS score and hence invitation to come to Canada. The main features are the candidate's age, education, and language(s) skills. Canadian experience or Canadian education for both yourself and your spouse is important too.
Most international students can work up to 20 hours per week and full time during scheduled breaks without a work permit. Work will support you financially while you gain Canadian experience that will support your immigration application. Your study permit will state whether you may work in Canada and the conditions of your employment.
Provinces and territories may nominate individuals and families who show an interest in settling in a specific region based on a selection criterion set by the provinces themselves. These criteria may include experience in certain occupations or proficiency in specific languages.
Between 2020-2022 around 200,000 people are expected to obtain Canadian permanent residency through a provincial program.
Application processing time varies according to each immigration program and visa. Details for each application processing times are available at Check processing times - Canada.ca