The Canadian immigration has rolled out the next draw on 16th September 2020.
This is the 163rd draw under the Express Entry system. This shines a light on the bright prospects of applicants and candidates who have applied under this category. This draw has also offered 4200 applicants to apply for the Permanent Residence. The cut off has come to a score of 472. This is also a sigh of relief for the applicants who could not make it to the previous cut offs of 475 and 476 respectively. This is the second draw of the month September, however, it may be expected that one more draw may be taken out by the end of this month.
The previous draw was taken out on 2nd Sep 2020 and had invited 4200 applicants. These were also from the Express Entry pool and the minimum cut off score was set at 475 with a tie-breaker rule as to who submitted the application earlier. The draw this time is not goal specific which means there are no specific limits to the invitations binding it to a specific occupation list only. This makes more chances for a varied set of applicants with different work backgrounds to be invited to apply for a Canadian Permanent Residence.
Taking a cue from the listings of invitations by the Canadian Immigration, it is imperative to note that most of the applications under the Express Entry with a good scoring have a substantial chance of clearing the minimum requirements and making to the invitation for Permanent Residence. Hence, the candidates who are interested and have not yet applied and are in a split thought, can choose to go ahead in following the process further and go for it.