The latest Express Entry draw has offered 3,900 ITAs for Canada PR Visas to applicants in the pool. It was held on 3 October and the minimum CRS score was 445. This was also the 3rd round in the Express Entry pool to be held in 3 weeks. It marks the return to 3,900 ITAs for Canada PR Visas for all program draws. This is also the largest number for 2018, as quoted by the CIC News.
The CRS minimum for the latest draw with 445 was an increase of 4 points over the previous draw. It was held on 19 September and the threshold CRS score was 441.
The date and time for the tie-break for the latest draw were 4.2.11 UTC and 2 October 2018. It means that all candidates with 445 plus scores in CRS obtained the invites. As well as those who furnished their profiles earlier to the precise time and date got the ITAs. Their score was minimum 445 CRS.
The applications and profiles of aspiring immigrants to Canada are managed by the Express Entry system. This includes the 3 major streams of economic immigration at the federal level. These are the Federal Skilled Trades Class, Canadian Experience Class, and the Federal Skilled Worker Class.
Candidates are ranked in the order of their score in Comprehensive Ranking System. It awards points based on diverse factors of the applicants. These include proficiency in English or French, age, education, and work experience. The candidates with highest scores are offered an ITA – Invitation to Apply. This is through the regular invitation draws.
There are several options for Express Entry candidates to augment their CRS scores. This includes a Provincial Nomination that awards extra 600 CRS points.
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