A minimum of 413 CRS points secures an ITA in the 65th Express Entry

June 02, 2017

The dawn of 31st May created a new history for the 65th Express Entry draw for categories of FSWC -Federal Skilled Worker Class and CEC-Canadian Experience Class has given away ITA’s to applicants with a score of 413 CRS points or above.


A minimum of 413 CRS points secures an ITA in the 65th Express Entry

There were 3877 candidates issued with an ITA who will now be able to showcase their skills and abilities under any of their new job roles. The applicants can choose any one of the categories between the two depending upon work environment.

The previous draws had also fetched low scores of 199 or above for FSTC category in the 63rd  and 775 CRS points in total for the PN-Provincial Nominee category which had created traction among applicants.



The IRCC has made it clear in a span of just five days that these scores would substantially provide the candidates with new opportunities where they can work independently or as part of a team to prove their calibre.With this much dynamism of the Immigration Board of Canada, the future awaits to see a lot more changes which would reap economic benefits for the country.



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