The Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) has just conducted its third Express Entry draw in the last three weeks, and the results are in. The IRCC sent out another 7,000 Invitations to Apply (ITAs) for Canadian permanent residency this week, following last week’s issuance of 7,000 ITAs.
This latest draw marks the continued trend of increased ITAs being sent out by the IRCC, as the government of Canada continues to work on clearing the Backlogs. With the Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) cut-off score at 481 this week, it’s clear that the IRCC is actively working to make it easier for eligible candidates to apply for Canadian permanent residency.
The CRS score is a point-based system used by the IRCC to rank Express Entry candidates based on factors such as age, education, work experience, and language proficiency. The lower the CRS score, the higher the chances of being selected for an ITA and ultimately, permanent residency in Canada.
This week’s draw also represents a significant decrease in the CRS cut-off score, as it has been steadily declining over the past few weeks. The decrease in the CRS score is a positive sign for those who have been waiting for an opportunity to apply for permanent residency in Canada, as it means that the IRCC is becoming more lenient in its selection criteria.
The IRCC sent 7000 Invitations to apply during the last week’s draw as well. The country’s strong economy, high standard of living, and welcoming communities make it an attractive destination for those seeking a better life.
In conclusion, the recent draw by the IRCC, along with the declining CRS cut-off score, is great news for those who have been waiting for an opportunity to apply for permanent residency in Canada. With the government’s continued focus on immigration, now is an excellent time for eligible candidates to submit their Express Entry profiles and take advantage of the opportunities available to them.