The Comprehensive Ranking System score has once again dropped to the lowest score of 431 only.
The cut-off score was reduced by 6 points as compared with the previous round’s cut-off score, which was 437.
Ever since the Canadian government has imposed a strict travel ban, we are witnessing a downward trend in the CRS score. It seems that the scores will drop further.
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Program-specific express entry draws results in lower CRS scores. As these draws target only a small section of immigration candidates, the scores are generally lower. Therefore, these kinds of draws provide a wonderful opportunity for people struggling with low points in the CRS score.
Thus, candidates who have submitted their profile before the tie-break date and time got invitations in this round.
From the past three months, the government of Canada has been inviting Provincial Nominee Class and Canadian Experience Class candidates only. Canada is inviting candidates belonging to these two programs as these candidates are already present in the country. So, they are exempt from any travel restriction.
So far, Canada has granted 49,900 invitations to the express entry candidates.
Canadian Experience Class is an immigration program listed in the express entry system. Canada recognizes the efforts of talented foreign workers who help in the economic growth of the country. Thus, the government has a separate immigration program for people who are already working in Canada. Through the CEC, candidates can apply for Permanent Residency in Canada.
Foreign skilled workers with at least one year of Canadian work experience can apply for a permanent resident status through the CEC immigration program.