The latest and fifth draw of 14th March 2018 saw the minimum Comprehensive Ranking System score of 456. It implies that candidates with CRS score above 456 are eligible to receive an ITA from the Government of Canada. Targeting total number of admissions to 74,900 admissions through the immigration systems of Express Entry under the Federal Skilled Worker Class, the Federal Skilled Trades Class and the Canadian Experience Class, Canadian government is aiming for 3,200 more admissions than 2017. In this regard, it is noteworthy that April and May 2017, saw biggest draws conducted that year – the largest one being on 12th April 2017 when 3,923 ITAs were issued.
The draw conducted this time is surrounded by twist and turns as it was conducted after the gap of three weeks while the gap between the draws conducted earlier was two weeks. Amidst these fluctuations the speculations about the next draw results are highly invigorating.
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My CRS score is 349,is there chance for us to get PR in nova Scotia
My CRS score is 446 points. Is there any chance for me to get invited please? Would Saskatchewan nominate me given my 446 points and without a job offer please? Thank you