PNP targeted Express Entry draw issues 940 ITAs
Latest PNP targeted Express Entry draw issues 940 ITAs.
June 09, 2021, PNP targeted Express Entry draw issues 940 ITAs. Also, CRS score set at 711. Applicants who qualify in this draw can now apply for permanent residence in Canada. The current draw is the largest PNP specific Express Entry (EE) draw up till now.
And in comparison to the May 26 PNP Express Entry draw, the current draw:
- 440 more applicants selected.
- CRS score lower by 2 points.
If you have an ITA in this draw then you must submit a complete Canada PR application within 90 days from the date of receiving the ITA. If you delay the same then your ITA will expire.
But who qualifies for a PNP targetted Express Entry draw?
To qualify for a PNP targeted draw you must:
- Apply to the Express Entry (EE) System.
- Apply to 1 of the EE sub-streams such as:
- Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP)
- Federal Skilled Trades Program (FSTP)
- Canadian Experience Program (CEC)
- Also, meet the Human Capital Factors:
- Education Level
- Language Skills
- Work Experience
- Further, have a provincial nomination against your EE profile.
- Finally, have a CRS score of 711.
Why having a Provincial nomination against your EE profile a great asset to you?
If an applicant has a nomination against its EE profile then they get an extra 600 CRS score. This increases their overall CRS score in the EE pool. As a result, their chances of getting an ITA to submit a Canada PR application goes up.
If we look at the draw patterns then Canada shares periodic draw details where it targets:
- General draw- targets all applicants in the pool.
- CEC draw – Targeting applicants who have applied under the CEC sub-stream.
- PNP draw – Targeting applicants who have a provincial nomination against their EE profile.
- FST draw- Targeting applicants who have applied under the FST sub-stream.
The above pattern gives equal and fair access to all applicants who wish to get Canada PR through Express Entry System. And this is 1 of the many reasons for the popularity of the EE System as the top Canadian immigration pathway.