Canada’s mid-September Express Entry draw for permanent residency sees rise in number of invites

MUMBAI: The all-program Express Entry draw conducted by the Immigration Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) on September 14, led to 3,250 invitations to apply for permanent residency being issued.
While the minimum cut off Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score was 511 – it continued to be above 500, the larger number of invites (500 more than the earlier draw) show promise of a continued trend, according to immigration experts.
The all-program draws resumed on July 6, after a lull predominately owing to Covid-related restrictions.

The August 31 draw had shown an increase by 500 in the number of invites. The recent draw once again has led to 500 more candidates receiving invites to apply (as compared to the earlier draw). However, the minimum CRS scores are showing only a minimal decline.
TOI had analysed the trend in an earlier feature.

As the number of invites that are issued continue to grow it will bring down the minimum CRS scores.

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