Canada immigration is possible for applicants with low scores- the recent EE Draw says it all

Posted on February 23, 2017

Canada Immigration is in full swing now. While the start of 2017 has been a fortune for applicants in the Canada Express Entry Draw with additional scores , the latest draw has come as a boon for EE applicants without any such scores. The 55th Draw, conducted on Feb 22, 2017 confirms that applicants with low scores and now additional advantages like Canadian work/study experience, PNP nomination or a valid job offer can still settle in Canada. During this draw applicants with 441 points or more were invited to apply for Canada Permanent Residency. As of the records, about 3,611 ITA’s were issued, among which many of them did not have additional factor points.

Like it was predicted, CRS score has been decreasing to a good level now. Applicants in the pools have their hopes up now that soon they will be able to settle in Canada as permanent residents, without struggling much on the improvements in their CRS score. Aspirants who have been willing to apply for Canada PR must also consider this a motivational time to start their applications. As the coming draws are expected to experience a further reduction, possibilities are that people who apply now can be able to settle in Canada even before 2017 ends.