Latest Express Entry PNP draw invites 671 applicants
On Mar 08, 2021, the latest Express Entry PNP draw invites 671 applicants.
Recently, Canada in the latest Express Entry PNP draw invites 671 applicants. This draw targeted applicants with a provincial nomination. Also, to qualify the applicants needed a minimum CRS score of 671 or more. Besides, the tie-breaker rule was set at February 16, 2021, at 19:10:25 UTC.
Canada is at an all-time high as it is all set to reach its 2021 Immigration Levels Targets. This year Canada will select 401,000 applicants for permanent residence in Canada. The same is clear from the historic Express Entry CEC draw of Feb 13. Because in this draw Canada selected a total of 27,332 applicants.
In comparison to the last Express Entry PNP draw of Feb 10, in the current draw:
- 17 more applicants selected.
- CRS score up by 19 points.
As per the above figures, the CRS score may seem up. But in reality, the ongoing positive immigration trends will have a good effect on upcoming draws. Because the selection of applicants in today’s draw is up by 17. So, if anyone wants to live, study, work and or settle in Canada then they must apply now. Canada will give you Canada PR if you have what it takes to grow its economy.
The latest Express Entry PNP draw invites 671 applicants. Offers Express Entry to Canada.
The Express Entry (EE) System is Canada’s most famous immigration pathway. Because it is a quick and easy pathway to PR. Also, it handles applications from 3 economic programs:
- Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP)
- Federal Skilled Trades Program (FSTP)
- Canadian Experience Class (CEC)
You can apply to the Express Entry system if you meet the eligibility criteria for any 1 of the above sub-streams. After that, your application will enter the Express Entry pool and will get a CRS ranking. Every month Canada holds 2 EE draws and shares a CIC-cut off or qualifying CRS score. Any applicant who matches or whose rank/CRS score is higher than the CIC-cutoff will get an ITA.
An Invitation to Apply (ITA) is a formal invitation from the Canada govt to the applicant for applying to IRCC for a Canada PR. So, if you get an ITA then you must submit a PR application within 60 days of getting an ITA.
Canada will then review your application. And if approved you will get a Confirmation of Permanent Residence (COPR) and PR visa (if given). However, COPR is not PR but a confirmation of the same. So, after clearance from a Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) officer at the Canada airport, your Canada PR card will be mailed to your Canadian residence.
In short, get a quick and easy Canada visa. All you have to do is apply for Canada PR.