Latest Draw Released As On 11th December 2019 Invites 3,200 Express Entry Candidates To Apply Canada Permanent Residency

The government of Canada released a new draw  on 11th December 2019 issuing 3,200 invitations to aspirants dreaming a Canadian life with minimum CRS score of 472 or more. This draw sums up the total number of invitations to 82,100, that is 7,700 short of the 89.800 in the year 2018. Federal Skilled Worker Class, Federal Skilled trades class and Canadian Experience Class are the three economic immigration programs handled by the Express Entry System in its own special way. A set number of highest-ranked applicants are invited through regular draws happening on Wednesday’s every fortnightly from the Express Entry pool. The Standard of living with humongous job opportunities made available to skilled professionals along with awesome night life, clubs, fun, frolic and engaging lifestyle attracts professionals to start a fresh life with their family.

Candidates are positioned in the pool specified above according to the secured CRS scores awarded on the basis of age, Work Experience, Qualification, language proficiency, job offer and other such eligibility requirements.  Although job offer or arranged employment from Canada is not at all a mandatory requirement but acquiring a job offer giving extra points towards the CRS point score. Bigger draws tend to go in depth into the Express Entry pool of entrants resulting in lessening of CRS cut-off score in mere future.

Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) applied a tie-break time and date of 6th December, 2019, at 03:03:49 UTC in this draw explaining that all candidates with a score of 472 who have put forward their profile before this date and time have received an ITA in this draw.

“While today’s draw was relatively small, there’s always the possibility of larger ones down the road, especially as we enter a new year with a higher admissions target.”

2020 Comes In With A Brighter Ray Of Hope

Under Canada IRCC’s released multi-year immigration level plan for Express Entry system the approaching year sees higher targets for the year 2020  as the new government has anyways raised the targets adding the gap of 7,700 invitations running short this year through the three Express Entry-managed immigration programs.

What Can we expect from The Provincial Nomination Programs for the year 2020?

The Provincial Nominee Program in the prevailing year 2019 has been observed as a very active and predominant immigration program raising the prospects of  more and more invitations or Letters of Advise to Apply in the forthcoming year. The targets for this program has also been set a notch higher individually by the nine famous Canadian provinces.

PNP has raised its targets to 67,800 invitations from 61,000 invitations allowing the provinces to search eligible candidates from the Express Entry Pool inviting them to apply Canada PR through PNP program. Each invitation gives away 600 extra points to candidates towards their Comprehensive Ranking System score ensuring an invitation in the coming Express Entry draw

Last two weeks have seen draws released by Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, British Columbia and Nova Scotia actively.

What is CRS point System?

CRS completely stands for Comprehensive Ranking system; the name itself speaks a thousand words explaining the exact meaning of this ranking system. It is a mandatory and a very crucial point calculator where eligible candidates are once again allocated points on the basis of six common factors already used to check 67 point eligibility defined below as well, assigning a rank according to the points secured under the Canada Express Entry CRS Point Calculator.

Scoring points in the point calculator and matching the cut off announced by IRCC is the most important factor in assuring your permanent residency visa for Canada. Many a times people cross the first stride of 67 point calculator but gets stuck in the second step that is the CRS point calculator because of several reasons which indeed keeps them in the queue but rewards them with long waiting time. Here applicants lose their patience, feels disheartened and drops their dream, but losing hope is not a solution to the problems. As it is famously said “Where There Is a Will There Is a Way”, so here also there are a number of ways you can still pursue your dream and fulfill it. You can look out for the options below or talk to our experts for experienced and accurate information.

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