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    Latest Draw From Canada’s Express Entry Pool – 116

    May 02,2019

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    3350 candidates been invited by the Canadian Government in the latest draw number #116 which was held on 1st May, 2019.

    450 is the new cut-off score which is one point lower than the 17th April, 2019’s previous draw of 451. November 5, 2018, at 12:27:07 UTC is considered as the tie-break in the recent draw which means the candidates who has their profile in the pool before this date and scores 450 CRS, received an ITA.

    This year the total 31,250 of invitations is been issued under the Express Entry which is 6,750 invitations ahead than the last year at same point of time.

    The latest cut-off may seem to be in deep water especially for those who fall short around 400 to 430 CRS because this is the 6th consecutive draw in which the CRS remain steady or slightly gone down. However, last year on the October, 31st the Canadian Government disclosed the Levels Plan for 2019-2021 which indicates that the Canada immigration will increase number of migrants through the Federal Skilled Worker Class, Canadian Experience Class, and Federal Skilled Trades Class to around 256,000, over the next three years, whereas another around 2,00,000 new residence will be settled under the Provincial Nominee Programs (PNPs) before the end of 2021.

    As a Canada Immigration Specialist in Gujarat, Aspire Square would like to help you out if your profile is in the pool but are yet to receive an Invitation to apply. If you want to Migrate to Canada with the Express Entry and Provincial Nominee Programs (PNPs) option contact us to get your free and accurate eligibility assessment. Email – [email protected] | M – +91 88 66 88 07 07.

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    Written By

    Brijesh Dave

    Brijesh Dave is one of the key players at the Aspire Square Pvt Ltd. With his hands-on experience and exceptional understanding of Australia – Canada Permanent Residency, and Study Visa, He is managing the daily immigration updates, news section, content writing, and operations. Brijesh has been active in the field of Canada Immigration since 2012. He started his journey in immigration as a counselor then jumped into Canada's Permanent Residency Process. He has carried a comprehensive skill set of exquisite relationships with the clients, excellent interpersonal, and communication skills. He is known for his research and analysis of immigration. Currently, he is very much into marketing and promotional activities, event management and provides substantial support to the immigration team.

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