Since the start of the Express Entry last year, every applicant has so many speculations about the making of the pool in which they keep their profile. But the applicants did not know about its structure. Now IRCC has revealed some important information about the inner working of the CRS.
The report published by the IRCC has covered the whole last year which comprises a total of 23 draws for Express Entry.
Around 1,91,279 applications were submitted in the pool and out of these 88,048 were found ineligible as they did not meet the requirement of any one of the three programs like Federal Skilled Trades Class, Federal Skilled Worker Class, and the Canadian Experience Class.
Around 63,937 applications were in the pool and out of these around 3,895 were sent invitations to apply for Canadian PR. The leftover applications in the pool were 21,651 were the applications which were sent for processing. Other applications were either withdrawn or had reached a year expiry date.
Active applicants in the pool of Express Entry have the chance to raise their livelihood of getting an invitation by enhancing their CRS score.
They can do it by gaining further job experience, completing certain education level, enhancing English or French language proficiency or by adding spouse proficiency of language and education level if applicable.
Furthermore, the applicants can get a qualifying employment offer from the employer in Canada and to get an improved certificate of provincial nomination from the province of Canada.