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1 Canadian Point System Created by: Carol Gnojewski 2011 Secondary Humanities Instructor

2 Directions: Proceed through this points calculator by clicking on the clip art icon that matches your circumstances. Red arrows indicate the correct image to click on in order to continue when more than one image is present on a slide. Tally up points as you go to determine if you qualify for immigration under Canada’s point system.

3 EDUCATION High School Diploma One year of university Two years of university Bachelor’s degree Master’s or Ph.D.

4 Language Ability Read, Write & Speak English & French well Read, Write & Speak English well & French pretty well Read, Write & Speak French pretty well and English not so well. Read, Write & Speak English & French not so well Read, Write, & Speak only English or only French Unable to Read, Write or Speak English or French

5 Work Experience Less than a year of work experience in a skilled or professional job One year of work experience Two years of work experience Three years of work experience Four or more years of work experience

6 Age 16 or under and over

7 Adaptability 1 (10 points maximum score for all adaptability selection factors) You have studied in Canada less than 2 years (0 points so far) You have studied in Canada more than 2 years (5 points so far)

8 Proof of Funds I have $10,168 (Canadian dollars*) in my bank account. I have less than $10,168 (Canadian dollars) in my bank account. I have a job waiting for me in Canada. *Funds must be equivalent to the current rate of exchange in Canada.

9 Criminal Record I have a criminal record I don’t have a criminal record

10 Health I have no serious health problems I have a serious health problem

11 High School Diploma 5 points

12 One year of university 15 points

13 Two years of university 20 points

14 Bachelor’s degree 22 points

15 Master’s or Ph.D 25 points University of British Columbia

16 Read, Write & Speak English & French well 24 points

17 Read, Write & Speak English well & French pretty well* 20 points * Or vice versa

18 Read, Write & Speak French pretty well and English not so well.* 16 points * Or vice versa

19 Read, Write & Speak English and French not so well. 8 points

20 Read, Write & Speak only English or only French. 4 points—one language not so well 8 points –for one language pretty well 16 points—for one language very well

21 Unable to Read, Write or Speak English or French 0 points

22 Eligible with enough points

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24 Ineligible even with enough points Sorry. Entry Denied.

25 Tally up your points 66 or less—Sorry, immigration denied. 67 or more—Hooray! Bravo! You made it! You can begin the immigration process!

26 Less than a year of work experience in a skilled or professional job. 0 points

27 One year of work experience in a skilled or professional job. 15 points

28 Two years of work experience in a skilled or professional job. 17 points

29 Three years of work experience in a skilled or professional job. 19 points

30 Four or more years of work experience in a skilled or professional job. 21 points

31 Age 16 or under 0 points

32 Age 18 4 points

33 Age points

34 Age 53 2 points

35 Age 54 and up 0 points

36 Adaptability 2 You have worked in Canada less than 1 year (Add 0 points) You have worked in Canada more than 1 year ( Add 5 points *) *10 points maximum score for all adaptability

37 Adaptability 3 You don’t have family in Canada that are citizens. (Add 0 points) You do have family in Canada that are citizens. (Add 5 points*) *10 points maximum score for all adaptability

38 Adaptability 4 You don’t have a job yet in Canada. (Add 0 points) You already have a job waiting for you in Canada. (Add 5 points*) *10 points maximum score for all adaptability

39 I have $10,168 (Canadian dollars) in my bank account. I am eligible for immigration.

40 I have a job waiting for me in Canada. I am eligible for immigration and I can add 5 points. C'est vrai bonne chance pour moi!

41 END OF SLIDESHOW Resources: factors.asp *Certain provinces such as Quebec may use their own selection factors for immigration qualification.


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