A good for candidates who wants to apply for Canada Permanent resident visa, IRCC held its second Express Entry draw this week on January 21. In this draw Immigration, refugee and citizenship Canada (IRCC) issued 4,626 invitations for permanent residence of the Canadian Experience Class. And CRS cut off was 454 required in this draw. In this draw cut off decrease seven points the previous CEC-specific draw which release on this month 7th Jan, 2021, which had a CRS cut off score 461.
Express entry is the primary way which managing the skilled worker application since 2015.
As identified under its new 2021-2023 immigration Level Plan, IRCC is trying to invite about 110,000 express entry candidates for each year. Canada approached this imprint a year ago, when it had a record-breaking year for Express Entry, giving an aggregate of 107,350 permanent resident invitations. The Canadian government keeps on focusing on that inviting elevated levels of gifted settlers during and after the COVID-19 pandemic will stay indispensable to supporting a solid economy.
There are the two stages to express entry Process. To start with skilled worker candidates need to know they are eligible for at least one of the following program:
Candidates who are qualified for one of this program can enter the express entry pool by submitting their profile onto IRCC’s site. IRCC will grant them a Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score that depends on criteria for example- their age, education, total work experience, language ability among other human capital factors. In the next step: IRCC operates Express entry draws usually every two weeks and Issues Invitations to Apply (ITA) for permanent resident to Candidates based on IRCC policy goals and CRS cut off requirements.
IRCC is yet to hold an all-program draw 2021
Candidates who receive provincial nomination through express entry get an extra 600 CRS points which ensures they will get an ITA.
Reference is taken from CIC News