The Canada CRS score continues to remain at the low 440 for 2018 in the latest Express Entry draw held on 22 August 2018. It offered 3, 750 ITAs for Canada PR. This is the 3rd draw in 2018 with a minimum Comprehensive Ranking System score of 440. It is the lowest CRS score so far in 2018.
The draw size and minimum CRS score remained the same for the latest draw as the previous draw. This was held on 8 August with 440 minimum CRS score and 3750 ITAs for Canada PR.
The time and date for the tie-break in the latest draw were 11.28.03 UTC and 21 February 2018. It implies that all applicants with CRS scores higher than 440 received the ITAs for Canada PR. Also, those who scored 440 and furnished profiles prior to the specified time and date also received the ITAs.
3,750 ITAs for Canada PR have been offered by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada in all the draws held after 13 June 2018. The larger draws are being held at a regular pace of approximately 2 weeks. This may have assisted in holding the CRS minimum score at 440 and letting it go higher, as quoted by the CIC News.
Express Entry candidates have several options to enhance their CRS scores. This includes a nomination from a Canadian province that offers an extra 600 CRS points. Provincial Nominee Programs aligned with Express Entry are being highly innovative and active in 2018.
Canada Immigration Experts are of the view that the CRS score is not going higher for one obvious reason. It is the larger sizes of the Express Entry draws that are being held from June 2018, they add.
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