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Express Entry Draw selected 284 PNP candidates in the New Draw

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Express Entry's latest draw was a PNP-specific draw conducted on March 31. There were 284 applicants selected with the CRS score requirement of 778.

The recent draw of Canada Express Entry was conducted on March 31 in which 284 applicants were selected for Nomination from a Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) stream and the Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) cut off score of selection asset at 778.

The Key Highlights of the Draw - Express Entry draw

  • ITA - 284
  • CRS score - 778

The PNP Specific Express Entry draw - 31 March

The latest score is high as compared to the previous draw score requirement of 449. the provincial nomination applicants are eligible for additional 600 points in the express entry when they receive a nomination. The lowest-scoring candidate would have a score of 178 without the PNP. The Tiebreak rule for the latest draw was applied for express entry before March 16, 2021, at 16:09:32 UTC.

Canada has emphasized the selection of domestic appellants for Immigration. The Borders of Canada are still closed to non-essential international travel, but the immigration targets need to be met for permanent residents. the current government has set an ambitious target of 401,000 new immigrants in 2021 through Express Entry-managed programs, and to meet these targets; the IRCC is holding the program-specific draws.

Since the onset of the coronavirus pandemic, the IRCC has gone into a pattern where the PNP and CEC-specific draws are conducted to meet the targets. On February 13, the biggest draw was conducted in which every-single candidate who was eligible for the CEC was selected for Permanent residency.

Despite the Pandemic, the year 20202 was a record-breaking year with a large number of invitations. So far in 2021 as well, The Canada Government has issued 44,124 invitations to Express Entry candidates. In 2020, till this time last year, the Candidates selected were only 22,600.

In the last few draws, the CRS score has gone up and down a lot, and the PNP-specific draw has always seen a requirement that has been over 600 points. For CEC, the requirements depend on how many appellants are considered in the draw. However, there is no way to predict a CRS score for the next draw.

By: Pawan
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