Canada has issued 919 ITAs to apply to a new PNP Express Entry Draw. The March 30 draw needed a minimum CRS score of 785 points, 31 more than the previous PNP draw.
Latest Express Entry Draw
Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) continue to evade having all event draws, the last of which carried place in December 2020. It says it is the focusing on alleviating the extant critical backlog before publishing a large number of ITAs.
Canada has so far issued a total of 6,470 ITAs to PNP prospects in 2022.
IRCC cast a record 114,431 ITAs for all Canadian Experience Class (CEC) and PNP candidates in 2021. It broke the last record of 107,350 set in 2020.
During the coronavirus crisis, the IRCC has traded to draws for PNP and CEC candidates to concentrate on candidates already on work or study permits in Canada.
The tie-breaking rule in the latest draw was executed on November 15, 2021, at 4.23 pm EST. If more additional than one candidate had a min CRS score, only those who offered their Express Entry shapes before this date and time were requested.
This was the 7th round of ITAs under Express Entry in 2022 and the 219th round prevalent.
What is Express Entry?
Express Entry is an immigration system executed on 1 January 2015, by the Canadian Immigration Authority (IRCC) to manage skilled worker applications under federal economic programs.
It includes parts of the
- Federal Skilled Worker Program
- Canada Experience Class
- Federal Skilled Trades Program
- Provincial Nomination Program
Who was invited?
The 32-year-old has a master’s degree and has been performing as a software engineer for 5 years. He wrote IELTS and scored 8 marks in each category. He has never performed or studied in Canada. He joined the Express Entry pool as an FSW (federal skilled worker) with a score of 462. After obtaining provincial registration from Ontario, he noticed that his CRS score had moved up to 1062. Then he got ITA in the new express entry draw.