Last Updated on January 24, 2019
(First Draw with Lowest Comprehensive Ranking Score Under 600)
Canadian Immigration authorities invited 1620 applicants for permanent residence with the lowest Comprehensive Ranking Score (CRS) of 481. It was the first draw under the new Express Entry System where the lowest CRS score was less than 600 points.
Under the previous four draws conducted under Express Entry in 2015, the lowest CRS score has been steadily declining.But each applicant has been required to have either an approved job offer or nomination by a province under a Provincial Nomination Program (PNP).
It is expected that the majority of applicants to be issued (ITA’s) under Canada’s Express Entry Immigration system in 2015, will require a CRS score of less than 600 points, enabling applicants admission to Canada without a job offer or nomination under a Provincial Immigration Program.
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