To apply under the Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP), applicants must score at least 67 points on the FSW eligibility points grid. Once an FSW applicant, or any other Express Entry applicant, enters the Express Entry pool, they will receive a CRS score. Canada uses the CRS score to rank all candidates against each other in the Express Entry pool.
Every two weeks, the Federal Government of Canada holds an Express Entry draw, announcing a minimum CRS score cut-off. Candidates in the pool with the highest CRS score above the cut-off will receive an Invitation to Apply for Canadian permanent residence.
A score of 67 points under the Federal Skilled Workers program will only assist to get into the Express Entry program. And, on the other hand, the points that you score under the CRS system determine if you will get the Canadian Permanent Resident visa.