CRS minimum score drops to 441 in new Express Entry draw

CRS minimum score drops to 441 in new Express Entry draw

CRS minimum score drops to 441 in new Express Entry draw

On Wednesday, July 25, the 95th Express Entry draw for permanent residency candidates in 2018 took place, with 3,750 candidates selected to receive an invitation to apply (ITA).

The Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) cut-off threshold for the draw stood at 441 which was 1 point less than the previous draw.

Like other draws, a tie-break was applied. As multiple candidates had 441 CRS points, those who had a profile in the pool longer were prioritized.

Specifically, eligible candidates with 441 points who created their profile before December 31, 2017 at 12:14:21 UTC were invited in this latest draw. This draw brings the total number of invitations issued this year to 47,200.

If you just received an invitation to apply, and you are not sure you can make the 60-day deadline, we can help fast-track the process. Send us an email to info@druckerimmigration.ca.

If you’re considering moving to Canada, please visit fill our ‘Free Assessment’ questionnaire on our home page to assess your eligibility for Canadian Permanent Residence.

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