CRS score dips but invites remain unchanged in latest Canada express entry draw
The much sought after express entry program by the Government of Canada has invited 3900 candidates for the latest cycle of immigration aspirants. The number of invites sent has remained high but the required Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) has fallen marginally to 440 which less than 5 points from the last draw.
In a rare event, the coveted draw was held on Monday instead of Wednesday but the results have remained in line with the trend both in terms of CRS and the number invites sent out.
This draw was held within a fortnight since the last draw which was held on October 3 and had a direct effect on the cut off marks. In 2018, 456 CRS score has been the highest cut off among all the draws.
Express Entry scheme caters to Federal Skilled Workers Class, Federal Skilled Trades Class and Canadian Experience Class. For those receiving invites have only 60-day cycle to complete and submit their application to immigration authorities. Since June 2018, the 90-day window has been done away with.
As per Canada government data, the proposed target for express entry annual intake is 74,900 and so far Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) has sent out 70,300 invitation to apply and the trend seems to remain upward as we are approaching the end of the year.
The target for express entry for the year 2019 is slotted much higher at 81,400 hence it is expected that more invites would be sent out next year and the CRS would be dragged down further in the draws to come.
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