Latest Express Entry draw that was held on June 12, 2019 invited 3,350 candidates to apply for Canadian permanent residence and the cut off score for this draw was that of 465.

It was observed that last draw cut off score was 470 and hence decrease of 5 points took place in the current draw.

Canada’s Express Entry system manages the pool of candidates for the Federal Skilled Worker Class, Federal Skilled Trades Class and Canadian Experience Class, which are three of Canada’s main economic-class immigration programs.

Eligible candidates for each program are issued a score under what is known as the Comprehensive Ranking System, or CRS, which determines their rank in the pool based on their Age, Education qualification, Work experience, and language proficiency that is English or French.

The candidates who rank the highest are awarded an invitation to apply for Canadian permanent residence (ITAs) through regular draws from the pool, which generally take place every two weeks, and the Government of Canada aims to process applications for Canadian permanent residence from Express Entry candidates in six months or less.

IRCC has so far issued 38,450 invite to apply in the current year. Last year (2018) at this time only 32,200 ITA’s were issued.

Canada aims to achieve highest immigration for the year 2019 & 2020 by the three main express entry programmes. Canadian Experience Class (CEC), Federal Skill Worker class (FSW) & Federal Skill Trader Program (FSTP).

It is said that if the same pattern of IRCC conducting draws every two – weeks without longer gaps there can be high possibility of cut off score to go below the current score that 465.


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