Canada Immigration draw: CRS score falls to 431 for CEC applicants
On June 25, Canada held its CEC Express Entry draw. But in the latest draw, the CRS score falls to 431 for CEC applicants.
In the latest CEC Express Entry draw, Canada selected 3,508 applicants. To qualify the Canadian Experience Class (CEC) stream applicants under the Express Entry System needed a minimum CRS score of 431. Also, the latest draw is Canada’s 154th draw until now. With the previous draw being on June 24 for PNP applicants.
Besides, the tie break rule, date and time were set to April 3, 2020, at 12:56:32 UTC. Thus, applicants who have a minimum CRS score of 431 and submitted their profile before this date and time, were selected in this draw.
If you too received an invite in this draw, then it means:
- Firstly, you have an active Express Entry (EE) profile.
- Secondly, you have applied under the CEC sub-stream of the EE system:
- Also, your profile meets the Human Capital Factors of EE system such as:
- Language Skills
- Education Level
- Work Experience
Besides, to qualify in this draw, you must have a minimum CRS score of 431. Further, if you receive a nomination against your EE profile then you will receive an extra 600 CRS score. This surely guarantees that you will receive an ITA for a Canada PR.
As the CRS score falls to 431 for CEC applicants from the past June 11 CEC Express Entry draw CRS score of 437, we can expect an increase in the number of selection of applicants. Even though the number of applicants has dropped in this draw but looking at the 6 point CRS score drop the Canada immigration trends seem positive. Thus, the current time is the best to apply for a Canada PR.
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