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CRS 444... Am I eligible?

Catmom

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May 28, 2020
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Hey guys.

Female - aged 34 and crs 444... but no job for the last 4 years... total over 10 years of experience..

Am i eligible?

Thanks
 

daveishan

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Oct 13, 2018
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Visa Office......
Ottawa
NOC Code......
5122
AOR Received.
13-10-2018
Med's Done....
13-11-2018
Would is still be worth applying and putting myself in the pool?
Unless you have a NOC that is popular among provinces, which gives you a nomination, there is very little chance of getting ita at the moment.
 

Naturgrl

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Apr 5, 2020
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FSW score: 76 and CRS: 443 coz of age. NOC 2121
If your score is 76, how is your score only 443? If it is 443 look at provincial nomination programs. Your NOC will not be on the list of ineligible (Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Ontario). The Atlantic provinces you need a job offer. Are you a US citize?
 

allsthere40

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Jul 15, 2020
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If your score is 76, how is your score only 443? If it is 443 look at provincial nomination programs. Your NOC will not be on the list of ineligible (Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Ontario). The Atlantic provinces you need a job offer. Are you a US citize?
Here's how I have 76 and 443:

FSW:
Language (CLB10) - 24
Education (PhD) - 25
Work exp (6yrs). - 15
Age (40). - 7
Spouse language - 5
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76

CRS:
Age (40). - 45
Education (PhD) - 140
Language (CLB10) - 128
Spouse education (MSc) - 10
Spouse language. - 20
Education transferability - 50
Foreign work experience - 50
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443

No I am not a US citizen.

Thanks! I will look at Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Ontario.
 

Naturgrl

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Apr 5, 2020
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In the first post you said you were 34 not 40. Who is the main applicant. You may get more points with the younger person. Honestly you need a job offer.
 

allsthere40

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Jul 15, 2020
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In the first post you said you were 34 not 40. Who is the main applicant. You may get more points with the younger person. Honestly you need a job offer.
That is a different person.

I commented in response to one of your posts. I am not the original poster. OP is @Catmom.

Thanks for your advice though.

I will look into securing provincial nomination. If that fails, then I can stay put. :)