Are you a Canada immigration-motivated aspirant? If yes, this news will be pretty useful for you! The newest Express Entry draw has witnessed only 799 Invitations to Apply (ITAs) being offered to the Canada immigration aspirants.
The figure of the Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) points needed in order for aspirants to be given invites to apply was 534, representing a major rise, in relation to other draws that have occurred hitherto in 2016.
Significantly, the figure of the ITAs proffered (799) is by far the fewest in that have been offered in a single draw for over a year. This specific factor is expected to have had some effect on the rise in the CRS point obligation for this draw, which allegedly represents something of an incongruity. Over 1,000 ITAs are offered in a usual draw for Express Entry.
Aspirants--who have been received an ITA--are presently in a position to present a petition for the prized and the much sought after Permanent Residence (PR) position in Canada. Accompanying members of family--and this includes common-law partners or spouses and also dependent kids—can also arrive in the country with the primary candidate.
Introduced on January 1, 2015, it is the nation’s immigration management structure for these federal economic immigration schemes—the Federal Skilled Trades (FST), the Federal Skilled Worker (FSW), and the Canadian Experience Class (CEC).
Qualified aspirants may put forward a profile into the Express Entry Pool, where they are given a position according to the CRS. Ottawa chooses the top-positioned applicants, on a priority base, when it carries-out one of its everyday draws from the pool.
Those who get an ITA for the PR after that have 60 days to present a complete e-application, and from this point the Canadian administration intends to process the petition inside a period of six months.