CRS score drops by 1 point in Express Entry 112 th round
The CRS score of the lowest-ranked candidate in the latest draw is 459 points. The lowest CRS score for Express Entry draws this year was recorded on January 30, with as low as 438 points. If draws occur more regularly, it is likely that the score could continue to drop.
There was NO PROGRAM specified in the last round. Also, in this round of applications, candidates from the Federal Skilled Trades program were eligible.
In general, Canada has sent a total of 49,000 Invitations to Apply through its Express Entry draws in 2019. This figure is higher compared to the number of invitations sent during the same period in 2018. If we consider Canada’s immigration levels plan of accepting up to one million immigrants until 2021, then we can predict that the number of candidates receiving invitations in the upcoming rounds may increase.
The earlier you register your profile in the Express Entry pool the more you can increase your chances of being invited to apply for the permanent residence. Get started with our free online assessment today to discover all of your options to make 2019 the year you immigrate to Canada.
- Express Entry Draw Number: 122
- Draw Date: July 24th, 2019
- Number of Invitations Issued: 3600
- CRS score of the lowest-ranked candidate invited: 459
Please note that all candidates must demonstrate proficient language skills in English or French.
Generally, Express Entry is not an immigration program, but rather a system utilized by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) to choose applicant eligible for immigration to Canada using various economic immigration programs. Some of the programs considered in the Express Entry System include:
- Federal Skilled Workers Class
- Federal Skilled Trades Class
- Canadian Experience Class
- Some of the territories and provinces do make use the applications to recruit employees that meet the current employment standards via Provincial Programs.
CANADA EXPRESS ENTRY DRAWS IN 2019
|Draw #||Date||Number of ITAs Issued||CRS score of the lowest ranked candidate invited|
|122||July 24, 2019||3,600||459|
|121||July 10, 2019||3,600||460|
|120||June 26, 2019||3,350||462|
|119||June 12, 2019||3,350||465|
|118||May 29, 2019||3,350||470|
|117||May 15, 2019||500||332|
|116||May 1, 2019||3,350||450|
|115||April 17, 2019||3,350||451|
|114||April 3, 2019||3,350||451|
|113||March 20, 2019||3,350||452|
|112||March 6, 2019||3,350||457|
|111||February 20, 2019||3,350||457|
|110||January 30, 2019||3,350||438|
|109||January 23, 2019||3,900||443|
|108||January 9, 2019||3,900||449|
Since the launch of the Express Entry system, the Canadian Government has issued:
- 31063 in 2015
- 33782 in 2016
- 86043 in 2017
- 89800 in 2018 and
and 49,000 invitations in 2019 until now, respectively. This makes a total of 289,688 ITA’s.
Our experts will receive your evaluation form and determine if you are suitable to immigrate to Canada. If yes, you can then progress to the next stage in the procedure. If not, you need to advance your essential human capital features in expenses like your abilities, work experience, language fluency; as well as education credentials.
Also, we will assess every supporting document you may have, hand in your application within the stipulated time, and track it all along at the same time keeping in touch with the authorities. Contact us today for a free assessment.