Aspirants for Canada immigration via the popular Express Entry please pay attention! In the latest draw that occurred on June 29, candidates for Canada immigration--via the Express Entry selection plan--with a combined total of 482 or more Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) points, obtained invites to apply for the prized Permanent Residence from the Express Entry pool.
The Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) reportedly proffered a combined total of 773 Invitations to Apply (ITAs).
The preceding draw, which happened on June 15, necessitated the applicants to have 488 points with a view to get an invitation to apply. Given this, the CRS point condition for the latest draw is somewhat lower, vis-à-vis the preceding draw, even while there has been a small swell in the figure of the ITAs proffered (the preceding draw witnessed 752 ITAs given).
Applicants, who have received an ITA, are presently in a position to put forward a petition for the much sought after PR in Canada. And accompanying family members and this comprises the wives/husbands or common-law partners, and also dependent kids, can also arrive in the country together with the main candidate.
It is the nation’s famous immigration management system for the federal economic immigration schemes—the Federal Skilled Worker (FSW), the Federal Skilled Trades (FST), and the Canadian Experience Class (CEC). Ottawa first introduced the system on January 1, last year.
Entitled aspirants may present a profile into the Express Entry Pool, to get a position according to the CRS. Ottawa chooses the top-positioned aspirants on a priority ground at the time of carrying-out one of its common draws from the pool.