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Express Entry Draw with 463 points score invites 3600 candidates
The Latest Express Entry Draw invited 3,600 candidates New express entry draw was announced on 4th September in which 3600 Express Entry candidates were invited. The minimum CRS requirements were 463 points. This means that all the candidates who secure 463 points or above they are shortlisted for Permanent Residency status in Canada. The Key Points of remember CRS Cut off – 463 ITAs send – 3600 New Express Entry Draw – 4th September It is the fifth time in a row that the IRCC has issued a consistent number of ITAs of 3600. In the new Express Entry draw the points core requirements is 463. It is six pots more than the CRS cut off asked in the last draw announced on 20th August. It was the 17th draw of 2019 and with this total number of applications issued is 59,800. It is already 5100 more ITAs then in 2018 same time. The Tiebreak rule will be appl...

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121 Express Entry Candidates invited by Alberta Province
121 Express Entry Candidates invited by Alberta Province When it comes to inviting candidates, Alberta province doesn’t seem to stop. In the latest round of invitations, there were 121 Express Entry candidates invited to the Alberta Provincial Nominee Program(PNP) with the CRS score of 400. This draw took place on 15th August and is the second draw this month. Before this, a draw was conducted on 7th August through the Alberta express entry, and 35 applicants were invited. There is no job offer required for selection in the Alberta Express Entry Stream. However, having a degree from a Canadian post-secondary institution and relative in Alberta can be advantageous.  Alberta has conducted 28 draws so far with over 5503 NOIs being issued. In 2019 alone there are 3868 nominations issued so far. The applicants who are shortlisted for Alberta are eligible for 600 bonus points...

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Another Express Entry Draw announced in eight days gap
Another Express Entry Draw announced in Eight days gap Express Entry draw was announced on 20 August 2019, just eight days after the previous draw. It was an unexpected announcement as generally the Draws are announced by the IRCC in a gap of 15 days. The current draw invited 3600 applications, and the CRS cut off was set at 457 points. Key highlights of the Draw CRS cut off - 457 Points ITAs Sent - 3600 The latest Express Entry Draw - 20 August 2019 This draw was conducted in the gap of eight days only as opposed to general 15 days. The previous draw took place on 12 August 2019 and cut off of 466 points was required. However, this time the CRS cut off has seen a considerable drop with 457 points requirement. But, ITAs requirements remained consistent like the other four times with 3600 applications sent an invite. The CRS score cut off asked in the ...

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Alberta invites 354 candidates and Saskatchewan invites 150 candidates through Express Entry
Express Entry Draw announced with CRS cut off 466 Points The latest Express Entry draw got announced on 12 August 2019 with the minimum CRS required of 466 points. This means applicants with a CRS score of 466 points or more are eligible for Canada Permanent Residency(PR). A total of 3600 candidates were selected in the latest draw. Key highlights: CRS cut off – 466 Points ITAs Sent - 3600 The Latest Express Entry Draw - 12 August The CRS score required this time was 11 points higher than the cut off the requirement of the last draw released on 24 July in which the minimum score asked was 459 points. Also, since the previous three draws, there has been a consistent number of ITAs sent, which is 3600. The total number of ITAs sent so far in 2019 is 52,500. Just like the other times, a tie break rule was applied for the Draw of 6 August 2019 at 12: 14: 53 UTC ...

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Quebec New Personalized Integration Program
Quebec’s New Personalized Integration Program announced The Parcours D’ accompagnement personnalise (personalized support system) has been introduced by Quebec province, and it was announced on 8th August 2019. As a part of this new program that is being introduced, an immigration assistant officer will look over the case in a step by step format. The personalized Support program is part of the Quebec Government Immigration law reforms. It is an initiative to help the newcomers integrate themselves in the Quebec society comfortably. The process for Quebec Immigration so far entails that the applicant should first receive the Quebec Selection Certificate (CSQ) which is later assessed by the federal government. Then the applicant will be provided information on Quebec regions and offered a French online course. Now, upon the arrival to the Quebec, a Personalized immigr...

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