Express Entry: CRS collapses over in the second draw in 24 hours

by Dilip Savaliya

Express Entry: CRS collapses over in the second draw in 24 hours

Canada’s Express Entry draws are witnessing a descending trend in score claims for Canadian Experience Class (CEC), -specific models, as the May 15 draw had the most profound points marked off for this following after January 2019.

The new Express Entry round announced 3,371 invites to CEC applicants with Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) numbers of 447 or greater.

The cut-off number of 447 is a reduction of five points from the earlier CEC draw on May 1, which had the least score of 452 and was earlier the lowest CRS condition of 2020.

The May 15 draw was the second invite round in 24 hours to publish Invites to Apply (ITAs) for Canadian permanent residence.

Extra 529 ITAs were assigned to Express Entry candidates nominated by the Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) yesterday, May 14. The least CRS number for those applicants was 718.

 

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