Canada’s latest Express Entry draw took place on September 19, 2019, and invited a total of 3,600 skilled workers to apply for Canada permanent residency visa. In this latest draw, the minimum Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score was 462 which is one point lesser than the previous Express Entry Draw held September 4, 2019, with a minimum CRS score of 463. Canada’s Express Entry system looks after the pool of candidates for three main immigration categories – the Federal Skilled Worker Class, Federal Skilled Trades Class, and Canadian Experience Class.Learn more : Check out all about Canada Express Entry System
Candidate’s eligibility is ranked in the pool based on CRS score, which is entirely dependent on factors such as age, education, skilled work experience, and English/French proficiency, among other factors. Candidates with a high CRS score are invited to apply for permanent residence visa through regular draws from the pool which take place every two weeks. Adding this recent draw into the total invitations issued this year, a total of 63,400 invitations have been issued to the candidates this year so far.
Comparing this year’s ITAs with the previous year ITAs issued by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) so far, we can see an increase of 4,800 invitations this year.Learn more : go through all the previous Express Entry Draws of the year 2019
Besides Express Entry, the other way to make your pathway to get Canada permanent residency is through the provincial nominee program. Applicants who get a provincial nomination certificate through one of the Express Entry-aligned streams gives you an additional 600 CRS points in the overall CRS score and increases the chances of getting ITA in the next Express Entry Draw. Most of these nominations streams don’t require the requirement of getting a minimum CRS score to be eligible, whereas, other streams have CRS requirements to meet.
Talking about the latest Alberta Express Entry Stream draw held August 28, 2019, issues invitations to express Entry candidates with CRS score as low as 400. The other province of Saskatchewan which has aligned Express Entry sub-category stream that has a demand of work experience in an occupation that is in demand in the province, among other criteria, but it doesn’t ask for a job offer or minimum CRS score requirement. If you want to apply for Canada Express Entry and looking for assistance, you can always call on official helpline +91-7042184185 or drop down your queries at email@example.com.
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