Changes in CRS points, Mandatory Job Banks all new features added to Express Entry
With several developments being noticed in the Express Entry and its underlying programs which took place with a low score of 199 CRS points accepted for the FSWC- Federal Skilled Worker Class to the introduction of 1900 fresh application in the OINP- Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program which has made Express Entry troll the news headlines.
The first key development is that the applicant with its siblings in Canada who a minimum of 18 yrs of age can earn 15 points more in their CRS points bucket. Along with this if the candidate is proficient enough in French and has a language test score of CLB-7 can earn another 30 points under any governing Express Entry category.
The next development is job bank which was optional before with candidates required to fill this data which was optional has now become voluntary.The candidate with a quality job at Canada can also bucket more points which can limit up to 200 CRS points based on the position and role of the applicant.
The IRCC has been dynamic since the commencement of the of the Express Entry program. These features have been roped in the existing system to bring down the cutting edge competition. Canada is rapidly growing its business, human capital and other investment plans which would reap economic benefits and send competitor nations a message that it has all the magnanimous bench strength of resources which would enable to make a perpetual growth of technology, infrastructure and various other key drivers which help in building a strong nation.
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