Today, Express Entry Draw invited 636 PNP profiles to apply for permanent residency (PR). Applicants having a Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score of 752 or above received the invitations. This was the 20th consecutive PNP only draw. And, yesterday IRCC minister acknowledged that they are on track to resume “all programs” express entry draw in early July.
He also provided a tentative date of July 6, 2022 for the “No program specified” express entry draw. There has not been Federal Skilled Worker (FSW) draw since December 2020 and Canadian Experience Class (CEC) draw since September 2021. This is really a good news for express entry applicants inside and outside Canada waiting for draws to resume.
This draw was only for applicants who has a provincial nomination and have an express entry profile. CRS cut off score reduced by 44 points as compared to previous draw.
Total of 10,788 profiles have been invited in Express Entry PNP (Provincial Nominee Program) draws this year. Furthermore, Record 1,082 PNP profiles were invited in February 16 express entry draw.
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Eligibility For This Express Entry Draw:
To be eligible for Provincial Nominee Program Express Entry Draw you need:
- A valid express entry profile in any of the three categories; Federal Skilled Worker (FSW), Federal Skilled Trades (FST), or Canadian Experience Class (CEC); AND
- Provincial Nomination from one of the Canadian provinces. Having a provincial nomination gives 600 points. These points are added to your existing CRS score in the Express Entry system.