During the latest draw, Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada invited 3,923 candidates to apply for Canadian immigration. This draw took place on 12, April 2017, which exhibited lowest CRS score in the history of Express Entry. This is the fifth time during 2017 that the Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score has dropped to its minimum level.
The requirement of CRS score is dropping with each draw since January 2017, which is a really GOOD NEWS for those who want to get Canadian Immigration. Furthermore, Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) is inviting more and more people in each draw, which significantly improves your chances to get selected from the pool.
Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS)
The Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) is a procedure, which awards specific points to the candidates, depending on their skills, language or educational record. This ranking system is pivotal for Canadian immigration, as a candidate can’t receive an Invitation to Apply (ITA) without entering into Express Entry pool.
The candidates receive their particular rankings, depending on their CRS scores. Hence, the candidates having top-ranking may receive ITA. This allows them to file an application for Canadian immigration. The candidate must fulfill all the requirements in order to get high CRS scores. So, before you become a part of Express Entry pool, make sure to read the eligibility criteria for Canada immigration with due care and caution.
Got the ITA; What Next?
Those candidates, having 423 or higher CRS points score in an Express Entry draw, may apply for a Canadian immigration. The IRCC is looking forward to receiving the application within next six months. This means that these candidates have to submit their applications without sparing any time.