After the PNP-specific Express Entry Draw, Canada has invited 6,000 Canadian Experience Class candidates in the latest invitation round.
The Comprehensive Ranking System score required for CEC candidates was 400 only. This CRS score is 17 points lower than the cut-off score of the previous draw. Besides, this is the second-lowest score for a CEC-Express Entry Draw.
IRCC publishes the tie break date and time for each Express Entry Draw as per the tie-break rule. In this draw, only those Canadian Experience Class candidates received an ITA who entered the express entry pool before 24th April 2021 at 15:24:49 UTC.
The Canadian Experience Class immigration stream was launched by Canada in 2008 to help international students and temporary workers get permanent residency. Through this immigration program, temporary residents in Canada can become permanent residents.
Candidates require a year of work experience in Canada in order to be eligible for the CEC program.
This year IRCC has invited only those candidates through the Express Entry Draws who are presumably living in Canada.
Several immigration candidates belonging to the CEC live in Canada. Therefore, IRCC issues a large number of invitations to them in each CEC-specific draw.
Provincial Nominee Program candidates are also likely to be living in Canada currently. IRCC is issuing invitations to PNP candidates since the start of 2021.
The total number of invitations issued to PNP and CEC candidates through the Express Entry Draws this year has reached to 61,771.
One of the three major immigration programs of Express Entry System is Canadian Experience Class. Candidates can apply to the CEC by submitting their express entry profiles. Candidates get some points based on their profiles. These points are popular by the name of Comprehensive Ranking System score.
If your CRS score is same or higher than the cut-off CRS score provided in a specific express entry draw, you will receive an Invitation to Apply for Canadian permanent residence.