The latest express entry draw of 11th June 2020 for Canadian Experience Class invited 3,559 candidates with the lowest CRS score of 437 since 2017.
On June 11, 2020, in the latest express entry draw, there were 3559 candidates invited for the express entry immigration for Permanent residency. The Cut off score for selection was 437, which is a three-point less than the last CRS score requirement of 440 points. This CRS score is the lowest requirement for immigration of 2020.
The Key Highlights of the Draw are -
It was the largest CEC Specific draw since May 1, 2020, and the second-largest draw since Canada introduced the Coronavirus measure in the middle of March. The June 11 draw was also the second Invitation round this week, which had issued the ITAs for the Canadian permanent residency. Earlier, there was another draw in which 341 candidates were issued ITAs in which express entry Candidates were invited in the PNP specific draws. The time between two draws plays a significant role in deciding the CRS score requirement. The shorter the interval between the draw means that fewer candidates will be invited.
Also Check previous Canada Express Entry Draws and their respective CRS Score required.
This draw was a continuation of the trend in which the cut-off score decreased as the other seven CEC draws witnessed since the March 4, 2020, immigrations. The Tire break rule was applied from May 25, 200, at 00: 31: 43 UTC. It means all those candidates who had submitted the profile before the time and date were invited.
With this draw, the total ITAs issued in 2020 have reached 46,000. The number is still ahead of the Last year's ITAs figures.
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