138th Express Entry Draw: 3,900 Invitations Announced for Canada PR -5th March, 2020

138th Express Entry Draw: 3,900 Invitations Announced for Canada PR

In the most recent federal Express Entry draw that took place on 4 March 2020, the Immigration, Refugees & Citizenship Canada (IRCC) announced Invitations to Apply (ITAs) for Canada PR to a sum of 3900 immigration candidates. The cut-off score of the Comprehensive Ranking System (C.R.S) in this all-program draw was 471 points which is one point higher when related to the previous draw that took place on 19 February 2020 IRCC had invited a total of 4500 candidates who secured a minimum of CRS score 470 points.

As in the past draws, the tie-breaking rule was practiced in the latest draw too, the time stamp was 24 February 2020 at 06:02:57 UTC. It indicates IRCC preferred the candidates who had provided their Express Entry profiles prior to the announced time stamp and scored a minimum of 471 CRS points.

The 4 March 2020 draw is the 5th Federal Express Entry draw that held in 2020 and the I.R.C.C has so far announced a sum of 18,700 invitations to apply in 2020. Canada is planning to announce a sum of 85,800 ITAs through Federal Express Entry in 2020 and the high number of invitations to apply being issued by the Canadian Express Entry draws.

Canadian Express Entry Immigration

Those who want to migrate to Canada by Canadian Express Entry should create a profile in the Express Entry pool. Depends on the information presented in the profile regarding several eligibility parameters such as age, educational level, language ability, skilled work experience, etc., each applicant is granted a CRS score out of 1200 points. IRCC fixes a cut-off CRS score for every Express Entry draw and those individuals who qualify based on this specific CRS score are invited to apply for Canada PR

To access the Federal Express Entry pool, applicants should prove their eligibility below one of the 3 significant federal economic immigration classes managed beneath the Express Entry, which are the Federal Skilled Worker Class; or the Canadian Experience Class; or the Federal Skilled Trades Class.

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