We enclose the draw figures in Express Entry for July 11, 2018. This was the 14th draw for P R candidates in 2018 to take place. In it 3,750 candidates received the ITA. The CRS cut-off threshold in this draw was 442 points, similar to the previous draw, held on June 25th. Continuing the trend of the recent draws, authorities applied the tie-break method. Many candidates having 442 CRS points get the different treatment. There is priority to those who have the profile in the pool for a longer period. All eligible candidates securing 442 points who had created a profile before June 26th, 2018 at 13:18:55 UTC got the invitation in this draw. Furthermore, after this draw the total number of invitations issued during 2018 was 43,450.
In November 2017, the Canadian government revealed an Immigration Plan for 2018-2020. It charted the commitment to increase the numbers through the Canadian Experience Class, the Federal Skilled Worker Class, and Federal Skilled Trades Class to 250,000 during the next three years. The allocation for, the Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) was 184,000 new permanent residents. In the near future more invitations will be issued to benefit individuals and families around the world who wish to make Canada the country to reside permanently.
The CRS is a score where candidates get marks out of 1,200. Moreover, it is used as a benchmark for all applicants under federal economic programs. Additionally it is a part of the mechanism of Express Entry, established in Jan 2015 for processing residency applications. The score has a design to project the likelihood of the candidate to be economically successful. In order to seek the entry in the pool, candidates need to be eligible in the Federal Skilled Trades Class, the Federal Skilled Worker Class, or the Canadian Experience Class.
Such Candidates who successfully obtain the provincial nomination through in a stream that is in alignment with the Provincial Nominee Program in the Express Entry get 600 extra CRS points and also an ITA in a later draw of the pool.
- A candidate can get 260 points for attaining high proficiency in English and French, and a couple can get 270 points.
- CRS cut-off records
- Lowest CRS points in an E E draw: 413 (all programs), 199 (FSTC)
- Highest CRS points cut-off in an Express Entry draw: 886 (all programs), 902 (PNP)
- Express Entry draw list: 2018
- Lowest CRS points cut-off in 2018: 440 (all programs), 288 (FSTC)
Highest CRS points cut-off in 2018: 456 (all programs), 902 (PNP)