This is Express Entry Draw # 132, and the CRS score requirement in this draw is 472 points, which is the same as the score asked in the previous draw of November 13 i.e., 472.
On December 11, The Canada government announced the latest express entry draw in which 3200 candidates were invited. The minimum Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score requirements for the selection of candidates was 472.
The CRS score is calculated based on age, language education, work experience of the applicant. To be eligible for the express entry draw a job letter is not mandatory, one can get a job after immigration as well. The applicants who are high rankers are selected for the Express entry program.
👉 Key Highlights of the Latest Draw
The Latest Express Entry Draw asked for a slightly high CRS score of 472. It means the applicants who secured 472 points or above are eligible for the PR status of Canada. Just like the other draw, the tie –break rule was applied to this draw as well. The time and date of tie break were December 6 at 3:03:49 UTC. With this draw, the total number of Invitations (ITA)s issued in 2019 has reached 82,100. Now, IRCC is only short of 7700 ITAs of the expected ITAs i.e., 89,800. When the target of invites is met by the IRCC this year, then it will become the year with most single ITAs being issued in the Express Entry System.
With the three years Canada Immigration Plan, the coming year will see a target of 85.800 in 2020. Also, the Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) is expected to increase from 61000 to 67,800. The Provincial Nominee Program is linked to the express entry system. The candidates who clear the provincial Nominee program are eligible for extra 600 bonus points in the Express Entry System.
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👉 Case Scenerio:
Ritesh is an electronics and Communication engineer with four year’s experience but a gap of two years due to medical conditions. He is my brother, and I would like to know his chances for Canada Immigration.
Answer-> The Express Entry Program emphasizes inviting Skilled candidates to Canada. For this education and work experience in the last ten year is considered. A job offer is not a mandatory category. However, the candidate should be able to establish that he/she is fit to work in an organization and are skilled and qualified for a job. Looking at these scenarios, the chances of Ritesh making to Canada with a PR status through Express entry are pretty bright.