The latest news of Express Express’s departure from Canada provides more good news for candidates who wish to immigrate to and live in Canada. The Canadian Express (CEC) candidate has announced an extradition notice (ITA). The criteria for 3,515 new candidates only allocated CRS 440 points.
The rapid evacuation is a continuation of the Canadian immigration, asylum, and citizenship (IRCC) trend, and only PNP and CEC candidates are invited to participate. The withdrawal is limited to PNP and CEC candidates, as this is a special precautionary measure against the current global coronavirus epidemic-although it is not clear when these restrictions will be lifted. The Canadian government is trying to solve the problem of job shortage by continuously monitoring preventive measures against Covid-19. However, this is the last draw for the largest guest since May 1, and the second-largest pre-wreath since mid-March.
The aircraft that recently took off from the runway is one of the last six Canadian Experience Class (CEC) aircraft departure points. may. The score was 452, which dropped to 447 in the draw on May 15th, and now we are down 7 points to 440.
The downward trend of the CRS threshold is the last use of all programs since March 4 this year. This may be closely related to the regular cloud interval and frequency that IRCC will maintain during the global epidemic.
The frequency and time between two consecutive equivalents are the main factors that seriously affect the CRS threshold. A higher frequency (shorter duration) between two withdrawals does not give candidates more time to create a “quick entry pool” profile, which means fewer candidates will be invited during each draw.
On the day before the government announced 3,515 candidates, 385 Express Entry candidates were withdrawn. These candidates were appointed through the Regional Candidate Program (PNP), with a CRS score of 757. In addition to the human capital score, Express Entry PNP candidates also scored 600 points, which shows that 385 candidates have high CRS scores.
Canada Express Entry manages the overview of the three main economy class immigration programs, namely
- Federal Skills Department
- Federal Ministry of Technical Workers
- Canadian experience class.
Applicants are divided into three categories based on the scores given by the CRS. The system takes into account certain factors, such as:
- The age of the candidate.
- language skills
- Skilled work experience.