Minimum Crs Score Edges Down As Canada Issues 3,600 Express Entry Invitations

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November 19, 2020 • Manitoba • Skilled Workers in Manitoba, International Education Stream, Skilled Workers Overseas • 196 Letters of Advice to Apply issued to Skilled Worker Overseas, Skilled Worker in Manitoba and International Education Stream candidates. November 19, 2020 • Saskatchewan • Express Entry and Occupation In-Demand • 551 invitations issued to Express Entry and In-Demand Occupation candidates. November 17, 2020 • British Columbia • Skills Immigration and Express Entry BC • 76 Express Entry, Skills Immigration stream invitations issued through the procince Tech Pilot. November 12, 2020 • Ontario • Human Capital Priorities Stream • 443 candidates invited at minimum scores between 469 and 477 November 19, 2020 • Prince Edward Island • Express Entry and Labour Impact categories • 33 Business Work Permit Entrepreneur invitations and 221 Labour Impact and Express Entry invitations issued.
Minimum CRS Score Edges Down As Canada Issues 3,600 Express Entry Invitations

2020-11-27 – Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) has conducted a new Express Entry draw, issuing Invitations to Apply (ITAs) to 3,600 candidates.

The November 27 draw saw a minimum Comprehensive Ranking System score of 471, down one point on the previous draw.

IRCC has now invited 78,900 candidates in 2020, against a high-skilled immigration admission target of 81,400.




IRCC broke the record for annual Express Entry ITAs in 2018 with 89,800.

The draw saw the tie-breaking rule implemented on November 11, 2020 at 1.29am EST. If more than one candidate had the minimum CRS score, only those who submitted their Express Entry profiles before this date and time received invitations.

This was the 24th round of invitations under Express Entry in 2020 and 131st overall.


What is Express Entry?

Express Entry is an immigration system implemented by Canadian immigration authorities (IRCC) on January 1, 2015 which manages skilled worker applications under Federal Economic programs. This includes the Federal Skilled Worker Program, the Federal Skilled Trades Program the Canada Experience Class and parts of the Provincial Nomination Programs.

Stakeholders expect to see near 30 draws and more than 80,000 invitations issued in 2020, with a majority of draws featuring CRS scores below 460 to enable Canadian immigration authorities to meet targeted annual immigration levels for 2020.



Note: Program-specific draws 10 and 21 omitted

What Can Employers Do to Recruit Foreign Workers?

Employers are encouraged to consider securing an LMIA or nomination under provincial nomination programs (PNPs) to ensure long term retention of employees.

At immigration.ca we provide Canadian employers with unparalleled immigration legal services and recruitment of foreign nationals through our in-house Global Recruiters of Montreal. We bring qualified candidates to Canada in the shortest time possible. Employers in a wide range of industries can directly benefit from our unique position as one of Canada’s leading immigration firms in the industry, with a strong on-line presence, to meet both their recruitment and immigration requirements.

Interested employers wishing to seek our assistance are invited to contact us here for further information.





What Should Candidates Do Next?

It is expected that the majority of applicants to be issued ITAs in 2020 will require a CRS score well under 460 points, enabling a significant number of applicants to receive permanent admission to Canada without a job offer or nomination under a provincial immigration program. However, securing an approved offer of employment is highly recommended. Watch our Facebook livestream video on how to find jobs in Canada from overseas.

We offer all our individual clients with excellent employment services as well as a 60-minute Live, Face-to-Face LinkedIn tutorial on how to find jobs in all areas of Canada.

Find out whether you qualify to Canada by completing our free online evaluation. We will provide you with your evaluation results within 1-2 business days.


Resources:
  • Immigration.ca News Articles – A daily news source outlining the latest developments in immigration, employment and the economy with commentaries by Attorney Colin Singer.
  • At skilledworker.com we are dedicated to developing long-term strategic alliances with client companies and candidates alike. We strictly adhere to our guiding principles of honesty, integrity and confidentiality.

Colin R. Singer is immigration counsel for www.reliablevisas.com and Managing Partner of Global Recruiters of Montreal. He is one of Canada’s foremost senior corporate immigration attorneys. Colin is internationally recognized as an experienced and recommended authority on Canadian immigration and foreign recruitment. In addition to being licensed human resources professional, he is a licensed Canadian lawyer in good standing with the Quebec Law Society for more than 25 years and is authorized by the Canadian government in all immigration matters.

 
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