Latest Express Entry PNP draw issues 341 invites
On June 10, Canada’s latest Express Entry PNP draw issues 341 invites to applicants for permanent residence.
Latest PNP draw issues 341 invites to applicants with a provincial nomination. The June 10 draw is the 151st Express Entry draw. As of now, this draw is the 7th PNP specific draw of 2020 since the last all category draw of March 04, which selected 3,900 applicants with a minimum CRS score of 471.
Express Entry PNP draw issues 341 invites. But to receive an Invitation to Apply (ITA) in this draw you must have a minimum CRS score of 743. Also, the CRS score for this draw fell 14 points as compared to the May 27 Express Entry PNP draw. Besides, if you received an invite in this draw then it means:
- Firstly, you have an active and valid EE profile.
- Secondly, you meet the terms for one of the EE sub-streams such as:
- Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP)
- Federal Skilled Trades Program (FSTP)
- Canadian Experience Class (CEC)
- Also, your profile must meet the Human Capital Factors of the EE system such as:
- Education Level
- Language Skills
- Work Experience
- Most importantly, to qualify you must have a minimum CRS score of 743.
Besides, in this draw applicants required to have a provincial nomination to qualify and receive an ITA. When an EE profile receives a provincial nomination against their profile then they receive an extra 600 CRS score. This increases their chance of receiving an ITA for permanent residence in Canada.
Canada slashing its CRS score requirement
Undoubtedly, the June 10 Express Entry PNP draw invites 341 applicants only but this is a positive add-on to the current Canada immigration trends. Canada since Mar 18 has been focusing on selecting a large number of applicants from its PNP specific and CEC stream. As a result, looking at the past draws the CRS score too fell for good. Until now EE PNP draw CRS score requirement fell from the highest of 808 to the current 743. Similarly, for CEC applicants the CRS score fell from the highest of 467 to the current 440. So, looking at these figures for 2020 up till now, we can see a rise in the selection of applicants for a Canada PR.