Latest Express Entry Draw Invited 775 Candidates for PR
775 immigration PNP candidates were invited to apply for permanent residence in the latest Express Entry draw.
The November 10th draw targeted Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) candidates with a minimum Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score of 685 points. It is 59 points lower than the previous draw and the second-lowest CRS for a PNP draw during the pandemic.
Please be aware that, the score cut-off is relatively high because all PNP candidates in the Express Entry pool automatically get 600 points added to their score. This means that without the nomination, the lowest-scoring candidates would only have scores of 85.
Lately, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) has only been drawing PNP candidates from the Express Entry pool. This is the fifth draw in a row targeting candidates from the PNP class.
As usual, IRCC is using a tie-breaking rule. This explains that if more than one candidate has the lowest score, the cut-off is based on the date and time they submitted their EE profiles.
August 12th, 2021 at 20:05:46 UTC
What to do if you receive an invitation to apply?
If you were invited to apply for permanent residence, you’ll get a message in your account telling you:
- Which program you’ve been invited to apply for
- What to do next
Also, you’ll need to show proof of the information you gave in your EE profile. IRCC will assess whether the information you submit in your application is different from what was in your profile. If the information is false or left out important details, IRCC could:
- Refuse your application
- Find you inadmissible
- Bar you for 5 years from applying to come to Canada for any reason
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