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Canada Exemptions to Travel Restrictions amid Coronavirus2nd Express Entry Draw in Five Days Interval Invites 3232 Applicants668 Candidates Invited in Latest Express Entry Draw


Canada Exemptions to Travel Restrictions amid Coronavirus
Canada lifted the travel restrictions from people with a study visa, temporary foreign workers and approved permanent residents are free to travel. Canada PR Holders and Exempt Permit Holders can now come back to Canada After the travel ban order came out, there were uncertainties about prospects. There are more specific terms and conditions for foreigners who have shown a commitment to work, study, and settle in Canada. There are regulations set for who can enter the country in the time of the Coronavirus pandemic and what are the documents they need to carry. The government has the authority to accept or deny boarding. To Whom All Do These Travel Restrictions Apply? This is good news for people who were planning to come to Canada for a long time or who had left Canada on vacation and were waiting to return. The students with a study permit and those enrolled in the Desig...

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2nd Express Entry Draw in Five Days Interval Invites 3232 Applicants
On March 23, 2020, the federal express entry draw was announced in which 3232 candidates were invited with the CRS score benchmark of 467. The selection was in the Canadian experience class program. Before this, the last draw was held on March 18 and released on March 20, which is at a gap of only five days between draws. Second Express Entry Draw Announced in Short Interval and invited 3232 Applicants In a less than five days gap, the second express entry draw was announced by the Canadian government in which 3232 candidates are invited for permanent residency. The selection score for the applicants was set at a Comprehensive ranking system (CRS) score of 467 points for the Canadian Experience Class. It means all those candidates who have 467 CRS points or above they are shortlisted for immigration. Key Highlights CRS score - 467 ITAs sent - 3232 The Latest Exp...

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668 Candidates Invited in Latest Express Entry Draw
The Latest Express Entry Draw announced with the highest CRS score requirements ever of 720. The total number of Candidates invited was as low as 668. The invites have reached 19,368 with this process. Latest Express Entry Draw Invites 668 Candidates for Permanent Residency As per the latest express entry draw, there were 668 candidates invited in Canada. The invitations were sent out on March 18, and they were released on March 20. With this, the total number of Invitations to apply has reached to 19,368. The minimum CRS score for selection was 720. This is a very high score requirement as per the express entry standards. Note: This draw only includes those candidates whose Express Entry is aligned with provincial nominations. Key Highlights CRS score - 720 ITA sent - 668 The Latest Express Entry Draw – March 18 The express entry draw score required in ...

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PEI postpones March Expression of Interest Draw
In the wake of the COVID - 19 virus, Prince Edward Island postpones the monthly Draw to be held in March. Now, the tentative date of the Draw is April 16. Prince Edward Island March Expression of Interest Draw Postponed The PEI has taken a prudent step against COVID -19 that will help reduce immigration traffic. Prince Edward Island will not be issuing invitations for provincial nominations, and there will be a rescheduling of the March 19 Expression of Interest (EOI) draw. The new date of the Draw is not out yet, but the next draw schedule is set for April 16 tentatively. As per the usual trend, there is one draw each month by Prince Edward Island Province, and these Draws are as per the anticipated schedule. There are 276 invitations issued in January and February, and a large number of immigrations were expected in March as well. The monthly Draw considers the three subcat...

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Special IRCC Measures to Prevent spread of COVID-19
Canada cancels citizenship ceremonies and tests/ re-tests in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. Also, the borders remain close for international flights, with only four Canadian International airports being open. There are no restrictions on cargo and goods. Canadian Government Provides a List of Instructions in the Face of Coronavirus Pandemic Canada is taking precautions to stop the novel virus COVID-19 from spreading in its region. These measures also keep in mind the well-being and hassle-free processing for aspirants of Canada. It includes accommodating the affected regions immigrants by associated service disruptions and travel restrictions. On 16th March, the first step in this regard was taken by closing the borders of Canada for all those who are not Canadian citizens or permanent residents. There are exceptions for family members, U.S. citizens, diplomats, and also air...

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