It is the 22nd Canada Express Entry Draw of 2020, and first, all-program draw since the start of the pandemic. With this draw, the ITAs issued this year has reached 53,800.
The 8th July latest draw of the Express Entry Program is an all program draw focused on Federal Skilled Workers Program candidates. The draw has invited candidates with a Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) Score requirement of 478 Points. This is seven points higher than the last all program draw requirement, which was 471.
This all-program draw is conducted after a long time since the pandemic. It is the first all program draw before this it was on 4th March 2020 that the all program express entry draw was conducted and in that 3900 invitations were sent. Since the start of the pandemic, the draws had been limited to the Provincial Nominee Program and Canadian Experience Class candidates. Thus, the federal skilled worker's program candidates were in limbo.
The key highlights of the draw are -
As most of the CEC candidates were already living in Canada, thus they were not much affected by the travel restrictions that were being imposed. PNP candidates have also been invited in the previous draw of draws, so that was also not outside Canada.
The draw of 8th July was smaller in size than the Draw of 4th March and invited less number of Candidates. But this is a big step in the Immigration as it's the first all-program draw after a long time.
You can also check previous Canada Express Entry Draws and their respective CRS Score required.
Like the other draws, the Tiebreak rule was applied and set on 11th February at 13: 08:31 UTC. It means that candidates with their profile in the pool before the fixed date and time got selected.
We provide pre-assessment to the candidates so that they don't lose out on the opportunity and move ahead with the immigration proceedings after careful evaluation only. Contact us at +91-9911659888, or you can even live chat with our experts on the website.