Express Entry Draw: November 27, 2019
In the last Express Entry draw that took place on November 27, 2019, 3,600 candidates were invited to submit their applications for permanent residence in Canada.
Following the popular pattern, the draw took place exactly 2 weeks days after the previous draw was held on November 13, 2019. Usually, there is a span of at least two weeks between the draws. Sometimes, instead of a general draw, Express Entry draw may be program-specific, as was the case in October 2019, when instead of a regular draw on October 16, IRCC launched a draw specifically for people under the Federal Skilled Trades Program.
This time, candidates with a CRS score of at least 471 were invited to apply. That’s a slight decrease from the previous draw on November 13, 2019, when CRS cut-off score reached 472 points.
So far, 78,900 individuals have received an invitation to apply for permanent residence in Canada this year through the Express Entry system. The Government of Canada is well positioned to surpass its 2019 target of 81,400 ITAs.
Work on your language tests, educational credential assessments, experience and job offers to up your score. Don’t forget to do the same for spouse, as it will ramp up your numbers too. Look into Provincial Nominee Programs to receive additional 600 points towards your score.
About Express Entry
Express Entry is an incredibly fast and efficient system of managing applications for Canadian permanent residence put in place by the Canadian Government in 2015. It is used to manage three programs: Federal Skilled Worker Program, Federal Skilled Trades Program, and the Canadian Experience Class, as well as some Provincial Nominee Programs (PNPs).
Under the terms of Express Entry, applicants provide information about their skills, education, language ability, work experience and some details online through a very user-friendly interface.
Once you complete your Express Entry profile, the system automatically assesses your rank in the Express Entry pool, using a points-based system called the Comprehensive Ranking System, and tells you how many points you have.
The points are awarded for skills, education, language ability, work experience and other factors. Additional points can be awarded for Canadian degrees, diplomas and certificates, a valid job offer and a nomination from a province or a territory. You immediately see how many points you have.
Canadian Immigration Experts
You can naturally try to complete your Express Entry profile on your own if you can do everything properly. We, at Jane Katkova and Associates, offer our clients an Express Entry Assist program. We will help you with your Express Entry profile and will tell you all you need to know about Express Entry draws in 2018. We know which points to highlight to maximize your score. We know how to present your experience effectively. We know how to comply with specific requirements to streamline your application and improve your chances of an Invitation to Apply letter.
And, when you receive an Invitation to Apply for Canadian permanent residence, we can help you prepare an error-free, IRCC-ready application, which will run smoothly and quickly through IRCC system. There can be a good deal of paperwork, and we know how to handle that properly.
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