Immigration and Refugee Protection Regulations
102 (1) For the purpose of determining whether a foreign national, as a member of the investor class, the entrepreneur class or the self-employed persons class, and the foreign national's family members will be able to become economically established in Canada, an officer shall assess that foreign national on the basis of the following factors:
(a) age, in accordance with section 102.1;
(b) education, in accordance with section 102.2;
(c) proficiency in the official languages of Canada, in accordance with section 102.3;
(d) experience, in accordance with section 103; and
(e) adaptability, in accordance with section 104 in the case of a member of the investor class or the entrepreneur class, and in accordance with section 105 in the case of a member of the self-employed persons class.
Marginal note:Units of assessment
(2) A foreign national who is assessed on the basis of the factors set out in paragraphs (1)(a) to (e) shall be awarded the applicable number of assessment points for each factor set out in the provision referred to in each of those paragraphs, subject to the maximum number set out in that provision for that factor.
- SOR/2004-167, s. 37
- SOR/2012-274, s. 16
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