Canada has now invited 75,300 Express Entry candidates to apply for PR in 2019
The Canadian government invited 3,600 candidates Express Entry to apply for permanently in a new draw was held 13 November.
The draw brings the total number of the invitation to apply (itas) issued this year through a system of Express Entry in Canada to 75 300.
The minimum required Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) scores at this time is 472. This is a decrease of three points from the previous draw, which was held on October 30 and has a cut-off score of 475.
The Express Entry system manages a pool of candidates three federal economic immigration categories of High-Skilled Canada – Federal Skilled Worker Class, Federal Skilled Trades Class, and the Canadian Experience Class.
Qualified candidates are ranked in Express Entry pools based on the scores given under the Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS), which provides points for factors such as age, education, skilled work experience and proficiency in English or French.
A job offer is not required in order to qualify for Express Entry ITA, despite the extra points awarded if a candidate has one.
A number of candidate sets the highest-ranking issued an invitation to apply for PR through regular Canada Express Entry withdraw from the pool, which usually takes place every two weeks.
3,600 issued itas a draw today brings Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) to within 14,500 ITAs of tying 2018’s invitation record of 89,800 with six weeks left in the year.
It is expected that the IRCC could exceed its 2018 ITA record this year given higher revenue targets for the three categories of economic immigration and Candidates Express Entry-run Canadian Provincial Program for both 2019 and 2020.
Itas 3600 released today put the IRCC in 1100 ahead of the record pace last year on 13 November.
Fact minimum score draw current decline is probably due to IRCC keep a two-week interval between the invitation and before the latest round Express Entry draw on 30 October.
Tie-break is used in the 13 November draw is October 8th, 2019, at 10:46:01 UTC. This means that all candidates with a CRS score above 472 receive the ITA, as did those with a score of 472 which Express Entry profiles created prior to the date of the tie-break and time.
Express Entry-linked provincial nominee streams
Candidates with a score below the cut-off at this time who want to improve their rankings have a number of potential options, the most valuable being nominated provincial nominees through the flow increased.
Express Entry candidate nomination CRS province received an additional 600 basis points and effectively guaranteed an invitation to apply for Canada PR.
The last few weeks have seen Saskatchewan, Alberta, Nova Scotia, Manitoba, and British Columbia issues an invitation through the provincial nominee program Express Entry-block them.
A draw which was held November 12 by the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nomination Program (SINP) ‘s International Skilled Worker: Express Entry Sub-Category 303 candidates invited to submit nominations Express Entry province for PR. The draw was attended by 627 invitations issued by SINP for candidates Express Entry on October 31.
Alberta selected 401 candidates to Express Entry in two rounds the last election through Alberta Express Entry Stream. Its a 24 Oct draw saw 372 candidates CRS Express Entry with scores as low as 300 invited and another round of elections held 30 Oct invite 39 candidates with CRS score as low as 350.
British Columbia has sent invitations to nominate for PR Canada provinces for prospective Express Entry SM through a routine weekly draw.
On October 28, Nova Scotia issued invitations to 430 candidates Express Entry with work experience as a registered nurse or a registered psychiatric nurse through the Labor Market Priority Stream. Nova Scotia says there is no minimum requirement for this candidate CRS.
The first step is being considered for nomination province through one of these streams is to include profiles on the Express Entry pool.
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