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Minimum CRS score at 445 in the 101st Draw

Posted by; BBC Migration | Date: January 30, 2019


Minimum CRS score at 445 in the 101st Draw

On the 3rd of October occurred the Largest Express Entry draw of 2018 which was held by the Government of Canada. An issue of 3,900 invitations were made at this 101st Express Entry Draw regarding Canadian Permanent Residency.

This Express Entry Draw Showeda high Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score of 445. The tie-break date and time in this draw was on 2nd October, 2018, at 04:02:11 UTC, which means that all candidates with a CRS scoreof 445 and above received an ITA in this invitation round if they had submitted before the given date and time.

Hence Candidates with the required CRS Score received the ITA (Invitation to Apply) in the invitation round.

The ranking of the Candidates is in accordance to their CRS score and hence those candidates receiving the highest rank are issued an ITA through the process of Invitation rounds. This invitation round was the third draw from the Express Entry Pool in three weeks and it marks a return of 3,900 Invitations to Apply, or ITAs, for all-program invitation rounds the largest number drawn in 2018.

HOW DO YOU EXPRESS ENTRY SYSTEM PROVIDE YOU A SCORE?

The Express Entry system manages the profiles of candidates in Canada’s three main federal economic immigration categories – the Federal Skilled Worker Class, the Federal Skilled Trades Class and the Canadian Experience Class.Candidates are ranked according to their Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score, which awards points based on factors including work experience, education, age and proficiency in English or French, Canada’s two official languages.This year has seen IRCC introduce large, standardized draw sizes that have increased gradually over the course of the year up to the current high of 3,900 ITAs.

By Bbcmigration.

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