CRS drops by 3 points to 462 in the latest Express entry draw

In the recent draw held on June 26, the Canadian Government invited 3,350 Express Entry candidates to apply for Canadian permanent residence. The latest cut-off score was 462 points, which is three points less than the previous Express Entry draw which was held on June 12.

It has been witnessed for the second time in a row that the score has been trimmed down since May 29, when it was 470. Canada’s Express Entry System is the best pathway for overseas skilled workers who want to immigrate to Canada as a permanent resident.

This EE system monitors the pool of candidates for Canada’s three main economic-class immigration categories – the Federal Skilled Worker Class, Federal Skilled Trades Class, and Canadian Experience Class. Candidates who meet the eligibility criteria under these categories get an entry into the Express Entry pool, where every candidate is ranked on the basis of their Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) scores.

CRS Score is calculated on the factors like age, education, skilled work experience, and English/French proficiency, etc. You don’t need to job offer to be eligible for the Express Entry pool. Invitation to apply or ITAs are given to the highest-ranked candidates via draw that usually take place every two weeks.

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