Canada is known for welcoming immigrants from around the world with open arms and also for promoting multiculturalism, which in most countries is an issue even today. Immigrants come with hopes for a better life and the IRCC recognizes the needs of the people, as well as the needs of the country and how they can benefit from one another and that, is where granting permits and citizenship plays a key role. Yesterday, another EE draw was held and 3343 candidates were invited. The applicants eligible for this draw were the ones that had submitted their files by July 12th, 2020, before 15:16:55 UTC. This draw was held right after the PNP draw held the day before ( 22nd July).
The CRS score requirement was 445 which was 15 points higher than the previous draw.
YOU MAY BE WONDERING WHY IS THE CRS SCORE INCREASING?
The answer to this is simple, the score is increasing as more and more people are entering the pool and this increase in people took place after IRCC held its first all program draw since the start of COVID19.
If you are planning to enter the pool or immigrate to Canada through the express entry pool here are few pointers that affect your score:
1. Age 2. Work experience 3. Education 4. Proficiency in English or french