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General Immigration Express Entry and Provincial Nominee Programs
This form assesses Professional's and Skilled Worker's eligibility for Canadian Permanent Residence. Express Entry (Federal Skilled Worker, Trades, Canadian Experience Class), PNP, Quebec Skilled Worker and more. Individuals are assessed based on education, training, language ability, work experience, and other factors.

Business Immigration Programs
This form is for individuals with management experience, or for business owners, having a high net worth. Federal Business, Quebec Investor, and or Provincial Entrepreneur Programs. Individuals are evaluated based on their net worth, management experience and other factors.

Family Sponsorship
This form is for sponsorship of a spouse, common-law partners, dependent child(ren), parent(s) or grandparent(s).
This for assesses Canadian citizens and permanent residents, and non-Canadian relatives, for family sponsorship.

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Your Personal Profile



Your Personal Net Worth

Your personal net worth is the current value of all the assets (e.g. properties, investments, stocks, bonds, bank accounts) that you (and your spouse/common-law partner, if applicable) personally own, MINUS the current value of all your combined personal liabilities (e.g. mortgages, loans, credit card balances). 
Please be sure to include your share of the value of any businesses that you own.


Your Management Experience

During any two of the last five years:


Questions and Comments

Note: Means a box to respond or write.

Disclaimer: UNI makes no claims as to the dependability, accuracy, or completeness of the above information for assessing the chances of any potential immigrant or for any particular purpose. Despite our efforts, we do not guarantee the desired outcome to any individual(s).

Express Entry Points Calculator

The Express Entry System is an online application process to select skilled workers from foreign countries that are applying through one of the federal economic programs for immigration purposes. The Express Entry allows employers to find skilled foreign workers through assessing their skills and experiences through a profile and a point based system called the Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS).

The Express Entry Scheme Allocate (1,200) Points Considering the Following Factors:
Candidates with Spouse Candidates without Spouse
1 Core / human capital factors 460 500
2 Spouse or common-law partner factors 40 -
3 Skill Transferability factors 100 100
4 Additional Factors (Provincial nomination,
Offer of arranged employment, Study from
Canada, French language ability)
600 600
Federal Skilled Worker (work experience and Skills) Eligibility Calculator

Criteria include a job offer, eligibility to work in Canada, and ability to prove that you have enough funds to support yourself and your dependants after you arrive in Canada;
(67 points are required to be eligible to apply as a FSW out of 100 points).
Points are allocated based on the following factors:

  • Your education
  • Abilities in English and/or French
  • Work experience
  • Age
  • Arranged employment in Canada
  • Adaptability

BC PNP Calculator

The British Columbia Provincial Nomination Program based on a person's ability to succeed in the BC labour market and contribution to the local economy, allows foreign workers, experienced entrepreneurs and well as their family members to gain permanent residency in B.C.

The BCPNP operates on a points system of 200 points, awarded as follows:

# Economic factors (120 points), designed to meet the labour market needs and the economic development priorities of BC (120 Points)
1 Skill Level of the B.C. Job Offer 60
2 Amount of wage of the B.C. Job Offer 50
3 Regional District of Employment 10
# Human capital factors (80 Points)
1 Language 20
2 Directly Related Work Experience 25
3 Highest Level of Education 25

Language Skill Scores

The language skills of either of the official languages of English or French in Listening, Reading, Writing, and Speaking measured as different levels of score of 9 'Fluent Advanced' to score of 1 of 'Initial Basics'.

The score from various measures of language skills can be converted among various test scores like IELTS, CELPIP, TEF or CLB.