Maximum 10 points can be allotted to the applicant with –
Past work in Canada – in a occupation listed in skill type O or skill levels a or B of NOC
With a valid work permit
If you are immigrating to Canada with your spouse or a common-law partner then you can let them earn points too. The adaptability criterion includes the spouse’s language level in English, French or both, past study & work experience in Canada and arranged employment in this nation. If you or your spouse have a relative in Canada who is above 18 years and has a Canadian citizenship then you have chances to score better points. Further, the relative must be a parent, grandparent, child, grandchild, sibling or a niece/nephew.