The Canadian government has invited 3,350 individuals who participated in the Express Entry to apply for the country’s permanent residence in a new draw held on Wednesday, June 26th.
The cut-off Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score for the June 26th draw was 462, three points down from the 465 cut-off score for the June12th draw.
Foreigners participating in the Express Entry draw are ranked based o the CRS score, which is based on factors such as the applicant’s age, education, skills level, work experience, proficiency in English or French, family ties to Canada, among others.
Candidates enter a pool, and the best candidates are picked in a draw that takes place every two weeks. An Invitation to Apply (ITA) then gives the candidate the go-ahead to apply for Canadian permanent residence.
So far in 2019, 41,800 ITAs have been issued through the Express Entry program. The government has set a target of 81,400 ITAs for 2019 through this program.
You can check if you meet the minimum score and also apply for Express Entry here.