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Canada Express Entry There is Light at the End of the Tunnel

What is Express Entry?

Express Entry is the new way (since Jan 1, 2015) that Immigration Canada accepts applicants for Canadian Permanent Residence. It governs the:

Federal Skilled Worker program
Canadian Experience Class program
Federal Skilled Trades program
Some provincial nominee categories

 

How do I boost my CRS score?

The CRS assigns a maximum of 1200 points. It would be almost impossible for someone to score a perfect 1200 so that should not be your goal. Your only goal in Express Entry should be to score high enough to be selected in one of the many draws they do periodically through the year.

There are many ways to boost your CRS score. Improving your language proficiency or obtaining more work experience can enhance your score but the single biggest factor that can increase your score is a Canadian job offer. The perception that many aspiring Canadians have about Express Entry is that a job offer is 100% required, but the facts do not support this perception:

Express Entry Graph

What does this mean for you?

As you can clearly see from the graph above, the required CRS score needed to be awarded an invitation to apply for Canadian Permanent Residence is getting lower with each draw.

One other interesting aspect is that each consecutive draw invites more applicants. The first draw in January sent out 779 invitations. Cut to the most recent draw on March 20, 1620 invitations were sent out. There are two major facts that you should take away from this information:

The CRS score needed to be invited to apply under Express Entry is getting lower by each consecutive draw and
The number of invitations they are sending out is getting higher.

Check here to know more about Canada Express Entry.

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