Coming Draws Of Express Entry May Have A Reduced CRSPosted on May 9, 2018
The recent draws of Canada Express Entry, reflect the requirement of lowest cut off score in 2018. With this fact, many aspirants of the pool are anticipating a reduced CRS in the coming draws. In fact, many of the applicants with CRS between 400 to 440 are also excited about having their application picked up in the very next draw. How likely is this prediction going to come true? Have a look at the factors that make the predictions likely to come true in the coming days:
Number 1: Canada’s immigration targets for 2018
In 2017, Canada aimed to accept nearly 160,000 new permanent residents through its economic class immigration programs. This year the target has increased to 172,000 new permanent residents. This means that in 2018, higher number of ITAs would be issued to eligible candidates.
Number 2: Increased Invitations in 2018
Since the beginning of 2018, there has been a lot of news with respect to increased number of invitations in 2018. Undoubtedly, the Government of Canada stood firm onto this aspect and issued invitations like never before. On a constant basis, during each draw nearly 3000 to 3500 invitations were issued. This was a number like never before.
With a higher target set for this year and a promise of more candidates to be invited, certainly, the CRS may be seen going down in the days to coming.
Applicants who are graduates and hold at least 2 years experience in any occupation listed on the NOC are advised to start their process today. 2018 is indeed the best time to apply and get invitation faster. Consult an expert for more details.