Nov 05 Express Entry draw selects 4500 applicants with 478 CRS score
Latest Nov 05 Express Entry draw selects 4500 applicants with 478 CRS score. But the CRS score is up by 7 points.
Canada is yet again selecting a higher number of applicants as Nov 05 Express Entry draw selects 4500 applicants with 478 CRS score. However, the CRS score requirement in this draw was up by 7 points. But still, the draw selected 4500 applicants which is consistent with past 3 draws. So, the slight increase in CRS score is nothing to worry about. Also, in comparison to Oct 14 Express Entry draw the current draw selected the same number of people with just a little high in CRS score.
Besides, for the Nov 05 Express Entry draw the tie-breaking rule was set at October 26, 2020, at 22:44:19 UTC. It means that anyone who has submitted their application before this date and time and has a 478 CRS score or more have received an ITA.
In case you too get an Invitation to Apply (ITA) in this draw then it means:
- Firstly, you have an active Express Entry (EE) profile.
- Secondly, have applied under 1 of the EE sub-streams:
- Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP)
- Federal Skilled Trades Program (FSTP)
- Canadian Experience Class (CEC)
- Meet the Human Capital Factors such as:
- Language Skills
- Education Level
- Work Experience
- Also, have a CRS score of 478 or more.
Moreover, if you get a nomination against your EE profile then you will get an extra 600 CRS score. This makes your profile stronger and increases your chance of getting an ITA to apply for permanent residence in Canada.
Nov 05 Express Entry draw selects 4500 applicants with 478 CRS score. But we can also see that the selection is consistent, and the CRS score is going up or down very slowly. Because this means Canada immigration is steady and strong.