Canada issues 3,600 invitations to apply for permanent residence in new Express Entry draw – 4th September 2019
Canada has sent 3600 ITA(Invitation to apply) to Express Entry candidates all over the world. The draw held on 4th September 2019 by the government of Canada.
The highest score in the draw is 463 points which is increased by 6 points over the previous draw on 20th August 2019.
Express Entry Program – Under Express Entry Program all the profiles of the candidates who have registered under Canada’s three skilled immigration programs – Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP), Federal Skilled Trades Program (FSTP) and Canadian Experience Class (CEC). Being a points-based program, it uses a ranking system – Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) that ranks the basis of the profile on the CRS points. These points are awarded to the express profiles based on the selection factors like age, language proficiency, work experience, arranged employment, etc.
Eligible candidates are entered into the Express Entry pool and are ranked based on a CRS score that considers factors such as age, education, skilled work experience and proficiency in English or French.
candidates are issued an invitation to apply for Canadian permanent residence (ITA) through regular draws from the Express Entry pool only on the basis of their score.
Express Entry program worker visa will cost as per below
- Bio-metric Fee – $85 per person, $170 per family
- Bio-metric Fee – $85 per person, $170 per family
- Permanent Residence Government application fees – $550 per adult & $150 per child (at the end of the process)
- Right of Permanent Residence fee – $490 per adult (at the end of process)
- Language Test – Rs 13500 per person
- Airline Ticket – $1,300-$1,800 per person
- Passport Costs – Rs.3000 per person
- Medical Exam – Rs.6000 per person
- Police Clearance – Rs.2000 per person
- Assessment of Qualifications (World Education Services) – $200
- ‘This total excludes the immigration legal fees"
Canada has now invited 59,800 Express Entry candidates to apply this year
Minimum Requirement for Canada Express Entry Program
If you want to apply for Canada permanent residency under Federal skilled worker program which was launched in January 2015 by Canadian Government to invite skilled workers from all over the world in their Country. Applicant need to qualify 67 points out of 100 which are based on the factors defined below:
1. Age: Under the Canada Express Entry visa Programme the highest points are awarded to the applicants between the age group of 18 to 35 years. Applicants above the age group of 35 years are given lesser points and maximum age limit to qualify under Canada express entry program is 45 years and the applicants above 45 years of age still have the options for Province nomination programs.
2. Education Eligibility: To be considered for Canada Express Entry visa, you need to have a Canadian or Canadian higher secondary education equivalent certification i.e. a diploma or bachelor’s or master’s degree in any field.
3. Skilled Work Experience: To apply for Express Entry visa applicant should hold a minimum of 1 year of consistent work at a full-time capacity for a salary in the past 10 years in the skills O, A or B category in the National Occupational Classification (NOC) system list.
4.Language Ability Test: Applicant must score at least 6 bands in every English Literacy Test module to be eligible for immigration to Canada under Express Entry visa. Also, IELTS score needs to be less than 2 years old at the time of application. Extra points are given to those who know French language, so having extra knowledge of the French language is an added advantage.
5.Adaptability: For Express Entry visa, If you have a spouse or common-law partner who will also immigrate to Canada with you. Applicant will be given extra 10 points for the adaptability too.
Fluctuation in the minimum CRS scores drawn this year may be partly attributed to the time between draws, which has deviated on a number of occasions from IRCC’s usual pace of a draw every two weeks.
More time between draws allows the pool to replenish with higher-scoring candidates, which can have the effect of raising the minimum CRS score.
Less time between draws means fewer candidates have time to enter a profile, which can help to lower the cut-off score.
This was the case with the August 20 draw, which took place only eight days after the previous draw on August 12 and saw the minimum CRS score decrease by nine points, from 466 to 457.
Today’s draw comes 15 days after the August 20 draw and resulted in an increase of six points.
A provincial nomination results in an additional 600 CRS points and effectively guarantees an invitation to apply for Canadian permanent residence.
Express Entry candidates with scores below today’s CRS cut-off have a variety of potential options for increasing their points total, the most valuable of which is a provincial nomination.
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