Steps Involved in Getting your Canada PR

Step 1: Take an English or French test (IELTS, CELPIP, TCF, or TEF).
One of the most important conditions for obtaining a permanent resident visa in Canada is that you establish your language skills. All programs Need you to demonstrate your ability in English or French. To demonstrate language skills, any IRCC-accepted language exam certificate, such as IELTS, CELPIP/TCF, or TEF, can be utilized. Furthermore, to be able to apply, a minimum score criterion must be attained; the minimal score varies based on the program. In general, most programs require an IELTS score of at least 6.0, which is equivalent to CLB 7.
Step 2: Determine the CRS Score
The CRS score, which is determined using your age, education, work experience, and other factors, should be your next step after determining the language requirements because it will tell you where you stand and whether you need to adjust or change the program. The maximum CRS score achievable is 1200.