Indeed Canada is in positive spirits by procuring the reduction of the CRS score to 462 to welcome 3,350 more immigrants and issue invitations to apply for permanent residence in the just concluded 120th Express Entry Draw on the 26th of June 2019. The minimum required CRS score for invited candidates was 462, which means that candidates with scores ranging from 462 and above were all issued Invitations to Apply for a residence visa in Canada.
Remarkably, the CRS cut-off has continued to decrease this round, in reference to the previous two draws. We can positively expect to see the CRS drop in the following weeks. Canada’s plans to take in more than one million immigrants in the next three years remains unchanged. With the majority of this growth coming from skilled workers through the Express Entry and Canada’s Provincial Nominee Programs (PNPs), now is the perfect time to begin the application process!
Pals Concierge helps Canadian Immigration candidates to get the right criteria on how to apply for this extraordinary immigration pathway and build their profiles to ensure that they are in the pool before the next draw is conducted. We are experts in immigration consultation and we can help you make the PR process less burdensome with guidelines for the sequence, where and what to do, IELTS exam success strategy, etc. The earlier you submit your profile to the Express Entry and Provincial Nominee Pools the better your chances of receiving an ITA and LAA respectively. You do not know when the next draw will take place with a cut-off CRS score lower than your CRS score.
If you desire to join the pools to qualify for a draw then fill out our eligibility assessment form on http://canada.palsconcierge.com/. For further information regarding the procedures for applying for Canadian Permanent Residence or top-notch guide towards a successful Canada visa application, visit us at our office address: http://bit.ly/Pals_office_address