Canada Express Entry Draw issued 3600 ITA’s for Canada PR on September 18th
Canada has already given 63,400 Express Entry Candidates to apply for Permanent Residence in 2019
Another Express Entry draw held on yesterday has welcomed 3,600 possibilities to apply for Canadian PR.
The required Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score in the present draw was 462. This is one point lower than the past draw, which was held on September 4th and had a cut-off score of 463.
The Express Entry system deals with the pool of possibilities for Canada’s three Federal High Skilled Economic Immigration Categories — the Federal Skilled Worker Class, Federal Skilled Trades Class, and Canadian Express Entry.
Qualified applicants are positioned in the pool according to their CRS score, which depends on components, like age, education, work experience and capability in English or French, among different factors.
A set of the highest-ranked candidates are invited to apply through draws from the pool, which are ordinarily held every 15 days.
The September 18 welcome round carries the total number of ITA’s issued for the current year to 63,400.
IRCC had issued 58,600 ITAs by this equivalent point in 2018 and completed that year with the current ITA record of 89,800.
For 2019 Canada plans 81400 Invitations for three high skilled categories named Canadian Express Entry, Federal Skilled Worker Class, and Federal Skilled Trades Class. And for 2020 Canada expected to invite 85,800 Qualified Candidates for the Canada Express Entry Visa Program.
The reality the score dropped one point might be expected to IRCC keeping up fourteen days between the present draw and the past Draw on September 4.
Applicants with scores below yesterday cut-off who need to improve their positioning have various options, the most significant being a Provincial Nominee Program stream.
A Provincial Nomination through one of these Express Entry-streams brings about an extra 600 CRS Points and adequately ensures an ITA in a consequent Express Entry draw.
A few of these Nomination streams don’t require a base CRS score so as to be qualified, while others have CRS prerequisites that are well beneath the present cut-off score.