A sum of 3,900 invitations to appeal for Canada PR went out to applicants in the pool of federal Express Entry on October 3. The least score demanded was 445.
Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (I.R.C.C) appealed the ‘tie-break’ rule in the draw held on October 3. As a consequence, all applicants with a score of Comprehensive Ranking System 445 and higher who presented a profile of Express Entry before October 2, 2018, got an I.T.A in this draw.
People interested in enrolling the pool of Express Entry should first meet the demands for one of the below three programs maintained by Express Entry:
Once in the Express Entry pool, an applicant’s ranking is determined on the strength of their work experience, education, language proficiency, and other factors. Applicants are ranked depends on the C.R.S score, which allows a score out of 1,200.
Applicants who have earned an ITA have 60 days to present a full application for Canada PR status to the Canada Government. There are several ways Express Entry applicants can increase their ranking in the pool of the Express Entry. Please follow our expert tips to enhance your profile of Express Entry.
Express Entry Draws in 2018
|Draw #||Minimum CRS Score Required||Date of Draw||# of ITAs Issued|
|101||445||October 3, 2018||3,900|
|100||284 (*Federal Skilled Trades candidates only)||September 24, 2018||400|
|99||441||September 19, 2018||3,500|
|98||440||September 5, 2018||3,900|
|97||440||August 22, 2018||3,750|
|96||440||August 8, 2018||3,750|
|95||441||July 25, 2018||3,750|
|94||442||July 11, 2018||3,750|
|93||442||June 25, 2018||3,750|
|92||451||June 13, 2018||3,750|
|91||902 (*Provincial nominee programs only)
288 (*Federal Skilled Trades candidates only)
|May 30, 2018||700|
|90||440||May 23, 2018||3,500|
|89||441||May 9, 2018||3,500|
|88||441||April 25, 2018||3,500|
|87||444||April 11, 2018||3,500|
|86||446||March 26, 2018||3,000|
|85||456||March 14, 2018||3,000|
|84||442||February 21, 2018||3,000|
|83||442||February 7, 2018||3,000|
|82||444||January 24, 2018||2,750|
|81||446||January 10, 2018||2,750|
To obtain out your possible chances of Immigration, approach Visa Reporter now, and we will also evaluate your profile and suggest you whether you are eligible to apply or not.
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