The immigration to Canada is predicated on the fact that the candidate is skilled and experienced. One of the major prerequisite for being skilled is that the candidates should be educated enough to find employment that is appropriate and will help the candidates sustain successfully in Canada. As long as the university is recognized and the university's degree is valid and authentic, there should be no problem in immigration, and the candidate will be marked accordingly for the credentials.
One of the major steps towards immigration to Canada is the Educational Credential Assessment (ECA). All the candidate's degrees/diplomas/certificates are judged against the Canadian education board's parameters. The credentials should be valid, authentic, and at par with the Canadian standard of education, and it is good if your certificates are from a recognized university. Further, for the Comprehensive Ranking System(CRS) point calculation, the educational degrees of the candidates are marked accordingly, and the higher the degree higher are the points allotted to the candidates, thereby increasing the chances of the candidate for the eligibility of the Permanent Residency(PR) status of Canada. Educational Credential Assessment (ECA) is one of the major steps in immigration to Canada. The cost of getting an ECA for Canada PR visa is CAD 220.
For the tenth and twelfth grade mark-sheets, there is no evaluation needed, but the other documents that require an evaluation are -
IRCC accepts the evaluation done through an authorized body only, and irrespective of the program through which the applicant has applied, getting an assessment done is highly imperative.