Sep 02 Express Entry draw selects 4200 applicants
The Sep 02 Express Entry draw selects 4200 applicants with a CRS score requirement of 475.
Canada held its latest Express Entry draw. Also, the Sep 02 Express Entry draw selects 4200 applicants to apply for permanent residence in Canada. To qualify the applicants needed a minimum CRS score of 475. But looking at the last draw of Aug 20 EE draw the CRS score is up by 21 points.
This is the 1st all-program draw of September and the 8th all-program draw 2020. If you too received an invitation to apply for Canada PR in this draw, then it means you:
- Have an active Express Entry (EE) profile.
- Have applied to 1 of the streams of the EE system:
- Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP)
- Federal Skilled Trades Program (FSTP)
- Canadian Experience Class (CEC)
- Meet the Human Capital Factors:
- Language Skills
- Education Level
- Work Experience
- Besides, must have a minimum CRS score of 475.
If you get a nomination against your EE profile, then you will get an extra 600 CRS score. This increases your chance of getting an Invitation to Apply (ITA) for permanent residence in Canada.
Sep 02 Express Entry draw selects 4200 applicants but in comparison to the last Aug 20 EE draw we can see:
- A CRS score increase by 21 points,
- An increase in the selection of applicants by 900 figures.
But in terms of comparison, when we look at the last all-program draw of Aug 05 there is:
- 1-point fall in the CRS score and
- An increase in the selection of applicants by 300 figures.
In short, for Express Entry’s all-program draws we can only expect an increase in the selection of applicants. Whereas the CRS score too will slip by a few points.