The minimum CRS has decreased to 284 in a rare Canada FSTC draw that was held on 24 September 2018. 400 ITAs have been offered to Federal Skilled Trades Class candidates in the Express Entry pool. It was also a rare Monday draw held by the Government of Canada.
The time and date for this draw were 12.31.16 UTC and 18 February 2018. It means that Canada FSCTC candidates with 284 or plus received the Invitation to Apply in this draw. They had also submitted their profiles prior to the specified time and date.
The latest draw was the 100th round of invitation through the Express Entry system launched in 2015 January. It manages applications in 3 major economic immigration categories of Canada. These include Canadian Experience Class, Federal Skilled Trades Class, and Federal Skilled Worker Class.
Candidates who have received the ITA in the latest Canada FSTC draw have a time of 60 days. This is for submitting a complete application for Canada PR with the Government of Canada.
Program specific rounds for invitation are exceptions, as quoted by the CIC News. Normally, all program draws are held under the Express Entry system. Candidates from all economic immigration programs are included in these draws.
The last draw that was program-specific targeting FSTC candidates was held on 30 May 2018. It has offered ITAs to around 500 Canada FSTC candidates for Canada PR. The CRS was also as low as 288 in this draw.
The Federal Skilled Trades Class permits individuals with a valid job offer to obtain Canada PR. They can alternatively be certified to work in specific occupations.
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