In the 123rd Federal Express Entry draw conducted on 12 August, the Refugees, Immigration, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) invited 3600 applicants to apply for Canada PR. The Invitations to Apply (ITAs) were announced to applicants with a minimum CRS score 466.
Regularly, the time gap within two Express Entry draws 02 weeks. However, this time, longer than two weeks crossed after the former Express Entry draw, which was conducted on 24 July. Correlated to the former draw, the minimum CRS score is 7 points higher in the 12 August Federal Express Entry draw. The lengthy interval within the two latest draws is pretended to be the reason for the huge CRS requirement. While this extended period, the Express Entry pool might have been provided with more significant high-scoring applicants.
Tie-break rule was utilized in the 12 August 2019 draw, and the time stamp provided being 6 August 2019, at 12:14 UTC. It indicates all applicants with a least CRS score of 466, who provided their Express Entry profiles prior to the announced date and time, were prioritized in the 12 August 2019 draw.
With the recent draw, the whole number of ITAs published by IRCC in Federal Express Entry draws conducted so far in 2019 has touched 52600. The ITAs number published was the same at 3600 in the preceding three continuous draws since 10 July 2019. It marks an improvement of 250 ITAs related to each of the ten all-program Federal Express Entry draws conducted between 30 January 2019 and 26 June 2019. As Canada has placed a higher immigration goal for this year related to preceding years, it is anticipated that the CRS scores would drop down in the future draws.
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