Canada conducted its new draw in the Express Entry, and issued 3,200 Invitations to Apply to the candidates on December 11th. In it the least Comprehensive Ranking System score was 472, which is one point increase comparing to the 131st Express Entry Draw
Making a Fine Progress
IRCC has presently invited 82,100 candidates for the year, and its admission target for the high-skilled immigration was 81,400. In 2018, IRCC had broken the annual record for issuing 89,800 ITAs in Express Entry.
There was a tie-breaking mechanism implemented as on December 6th, 2019, at 3.03 AM UTC that is 5th December, 2019, at 10.03 PM EST. In case there is more than a candidate with the same minimum score, the persons who give an Express Entry profile prior to the specific date/time receive the invitations. This was the 25th Express Entry draw in 2019 and overall it was the 132nd.
Details about Express Entry
The Express Entry immigration system was started by IRCC on January 1st, 2015, to manage applications of the skilled workers in Federal Economic programs. There are three programs here:
• Canada Experience Class
• Federal Skilled Worker Program,
• Federal Skilled Trades Program
• Parts of the Provincial Nomination Programs.
Stakeholders expect holding of 30 draws and now more than 80,000 invitations were issued. Many of the draws featured a CRS score that was below 460 so that the immigration authorities can meet the target in annual immigration. There is a great need for qualified candidates to come to Canada in a short time.
A Note for Candidates
There is an expectation that many applicants will receive an ITAs after achieving the CRS score under 460 points, enabling the applicants to get permanent admission in Canada without holding a job offer or a provincial nomination.
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