The latest Express Entry Draw held on July 10 came with a blast as it issued a total 3,600 invitations to apply (ITA) for Express Entry candidates to apply for Canada permanent residence. It is for the second time that the invitations have issued in abundance in a single draw after January 23.
The decrease by 2 points has been witnessed in this latest draw from the previous draw held on June 26 with CRS score 462. The massive number of invitations issued is due to the decided immigration targets for the year 2019 and 2020 through the three Federal High Skilled Immigration Programs that are operated by the National Express Entry System. These three-economic Immigration categories are the Federal Skilled Worker Class, Federal Skilled Trades Class, and Canadian Experience Class.
Canada’s Express Entry system also looks after the provincial nomination program (PNPs) which has set higher admission targets for the year 2019 and 2020. The Express Entry candidates are given a score on factors such as age, education, skilled work experience, and English/French proficiency. The candidates who score the highest points receive an invitation to apply for permanent residence.
EE Candidates invited in this draw will be given with 60 days time period to apply for Canada permanent residence. The standard processing time for Express Entry applications provided by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) is six months.
Till now, IRCC has issued 45,000 ITAs in the year 2019. With this draw, the Immigration Department is on their way to surpass the Express Entry record of the year 2018, which was set at 89,800 Invitations. This draw has seen an increase of 250 ITAs above the past 10 draws took place since January 30, and each draw has issued atleast 3,350 ITAs.
The prime reason for the low CRS score might be the time period of two weeks between the draws that take place. If you have required skills and work experience, you can apply for Canada permanent residence through Express Entry system, to know more about this program, you can call on official helpline +91-7042184185 or write down your queries to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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