Canada’s immigration authorities issued a new round of invitations on May 25 to 590 Express Entry candidates to apply for permanent residence. In this draw, the minimum score required to be invited was 741. In this round, only those candidates were invited who had previously received a provincial nomination. Candidates with a Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) nomination automatically get 600 Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) points added to their base score.
Do you qualify for Express Entry to Canada?
The Express Entry system is used by the Government of Canada to centralize the intake of permanent residence applications under its various economic immigration programs. It is used to implement a single, coherent national immigration strategy by creating a common pool of approved candidates who are most likely to succeed in Canada. Without Express Entry, each immigration program could adopt differing qualification criteria and procedures, leading to inefficiency and confusion.
Contact us, and our team of professionals will assess your credentials. We will provide you a realistic assessment of your chances of success and assist you in creating the best pathway for immigrating to Canada. We will explain how to avoid the pitfalls and improve your credentials in order to get the highest possible CRS score which will increase your chance of getting an Invitation to Apply (ITA).