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The latest express entry draw was announced on 13 November by the government of Canada. In the draw, 3600 candidates are invited for the Canada Permanent Residency (PR) status. The minimum required Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS ) score in the draw was 472, which is three points less than the score asked in the previous draw of 30 October. The score is the earlier draw was 475.
The Key highlights of the Express Entry Draw – 13 November
With the recent Express Entry Draw, the total number of invitations issued by the Canada government in the express entry system so far is 75, 300. The eligible candidates are selected based on their capabilities to meet the minimum required CRS point score. The CRS score is calculated as per the age, language skills, education, work experience, and arranged employment. A job offer is not a mandatory category for a selection of applicants.
The tie break rule was applied in this draw as well, which was 8 October at 10:46:01 UTC. It means that all the candidates with the CRS score of 472 or above received an invitation provided they submitted their application before the tie break date and time.
The Manitoba province has seen a decline in the Francophone community’s population in recent times. Thus the province is opening doors to the prospective immigrants through the invitations sent for exploratory visits. The visits can be pre-arranged for interested candidates, and they will be organized in coordination with the Conseil De Developpement Economique Des Municipalities Bilingues Du Manitoba (CDEM).
The visits intend to help the potential skilled workers from the Francophone community to explore the employment opportunities so that they can make an informed decision regarding relocation. For selecting in Manitoba for this community, no connection in the province is mandatory. Further, the screening process is aimed at increasing the diversity and talent pool of Manitoba.
The MPNP nominated 235 Francophone candidates in 2018, which comprises of 4.5 percent of the nominations last year.
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