On October 16th, 2019, Canada held its 128th Express Entry Draw specifically for Federal Skilled Trades and invited 500 candidates belonging to the Express Entry. The minimum CRS score in it was 357. It also had a Tie-breaking rule set at March 4th, 2019.
Canada Immigration Gathering Pace
This was the Second Federal draw that targeted Skilled Trades in 2019. The important feature was that Candidates having the profiles in Canadian Experience Class and also in the Federal Skilled Workers programs were not invited.
The norms in this draw were having two years full-time experience of working in a skilled trade, apart from the valid job offer and language requirement equivalent to CLB level 4.
IRCC had conducted an earlier program-specific draw on May 15th, 2019. Canada presently has a great shortage of skilled workers, in trades like mechanics, electricians, and welders, and also has a huge demand in jobs. Additionally Canada is adding new jobs each month, presenting a huge demand to employ the suitable skilled workers. All the aspirants aiming to work/live in Canada can start their application process with our active assistance.
Canada Immigration and the Recent Draws
We present the breakup of draws held in the recent past. In the 127th Express Entry Draw
held on 2 October 2019, 3,900 aspirants were invited and on 18th September 2019, 3,600 aspirants were invited. On 4th September 2019, 20th August 2019, and again on 12th August 2019 the draws invited the identical figure for candidates at 3600. The country is set on the path to issue maximum invitations and achieve its annual target for 2019. The trend of holding large draws will continue in the final quarter of the year at a great speed.
We present all the highlights of the draw and our patrons can contact us