13 Aug 2019
The Gap in Two Draws for Better Canada Jobs
As a rule, the official time gap between two draws in Express Entry is two weeks. But the previous draw was held on July 24th leading to an increase in the minimum CRS score by seven points because of a longer interval between the two draws. There are indications that after a prolonged period, the Express Entry Pool replenished with more top scoring candidates.
There was a Tie-break mechanism applied in this draw, with the time stamp of Aug 6th, 2019, at 12:14:53 UTC. The candidates securing the CRS score of 466, and submitting the Express Entry profile prior to the specific date/time get a priority in the draws.
Promising Figures in Canada Immigration
Adding the figures in the recent draw, the total Express Entry ITAs issued by IRCC so far in 2019 stands at 52600. Since July 10, identically 3600 ITAs were issued in the previous three draws consecutively. Prior to this date in the 10 Express Entry draws (all-program) held between Jan 30 and June 26, 2019 the total was 3350 for each draw. Additionally, Canada has an ambitious immigration target for 2019 in comparison to past and experts feel that the CRS score will come down in the future draws.
Recent trends in Canada Immigration illustrate that candidates having a low CRS score should not worry because many PNP streams invite candidates with a low CRS score to seek the provincial nomination in a big way.
All candidates interested in Canada Immigration by using the Express Entry, can contact us. We provide all the news and trends of such draws.
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