As per a new report, the figure of the Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) points needed in order for aspirants in the Express Entry Pool to be sent an invite, to submit an application for the prized and the much sought after Permanent Residence (PR) in the country, has decreased in the newest draw from the Express Entry Pool.
The draw was carried-out recently, on April 20, 2016, to be precise. Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) issued a combined total of 1,018 Invitations to Apply (ITAs) to the applicants with 468 or more CRS points, representing a small drop from the two preceding draws--both of which chose aspirants with either 470 or more CRS points.
Applicants, who have been given an ITA, are presently in a situation to put forward a petition for the PR in the country. It is possible for the accompanying members of the family--comprising either common-law partners or spouses and also dependent kids--to also arrive in the nation, together with the main aspirant.
Reportedly, since Express Entry was official introduced in the month of January, last year, a growing amount of the invited applicants were living outside the Maple Leaf Country. All draws since May of last year has chosen a portion of applicants, who lack either a qualifying employment offer in the nation or a nomination from a province of it.
For those not tuned in, or who came in late, it is the nation’s immigration administration arrangement for the federal economic immigration schemes--Federal Skilled Worker Programme (FSWP), Federal Skilled Trades Programme (FSTP), and the Canadian Experience Class (CEC). The IRCC introduced it on January 1, last year.