For decades, Canada has been recognized internationally for its point system which aims to objectively evaluate applicants for Canadian permanent residence on economic grounds. Currently, applicants are evaluated under the Express Entry system which assesses applicants on the basis of factors such as education, age and language skills and a number of points are assigned depending upon the applicants level of qualification. If the necessary point threshold is reached, applicants are issued a Canadian permanent resident visa as long as there is no history of factors which would make them inadmissible to Canada. In addition, the self-employed category is another process designed specifically for people employed in the arts or culture.
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