Are you wondering when will the next draw for Express Entry? Or What cutoff score could be? If yes, you may find the answer here. As you know we keep you updated with the latest CRS cutoff score.
Anything over 455 is challenging and candidates need to have good score in IELTS language test but doesn’t have LMIA or PNP etc to gain additional points.
Express Entry is one of the quickest and simple processes of getting Canadian Permanent Residence.
Talking about earlier this year, the score remained high from a couple of months. However, once it dropped to 438 for sure. But other than that it was 450+ most of the time.
Another problem for foreign graduate students is that WES is now taking more time to evaluate credentials. Talking of myself, it almost took 35 plus days.
All categories mean the Federal Skilled Worker Class, Federal Skilled Trades Class, and Canadian Experience Class.
CRS Express Entry Next Draw 2020
A new Express Entry draw invited 3282 candidates to apply for Canadian PR. The minimum Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score was 452.
A new invitation round through Canada’s Express Entry system issued 3311 invitations to candidates with Comprehensive Ranking System scores of 452 or higher.
Now the question comes, what will CRS Express Entry Next Draw date for all categories?
Draw happens every two weeks, but sometimes it has some conditions like PNP / FST Only. However, Given Canada’s higher admission targets for 2019 and 2020. We can say there will be more frequent or larger draws in the future.
Expected date of the Express Entry draw: May 3rd week
Time zone: Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) afternoon
However, recently we got updates about a lot of the Provincial Nominee Programs (PNPs) invitations including Ontario. Which means more candidates will join with 600+ score in the pool.
Next draw cutoff: 449(if 3200 to 3700 invitation issued) *if draw held for only PNP followed by CEC.
468(open draw prediction)
Update: 15 April 2020
Leave comments, How much you expect CRS cutoff score for May 2020 or how much you believe it should be.
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