Factors that may affect your CRS scoresby Immigration Xperts Immigration Consultants in Delhi
If you have applied for the Express Entry
pool the you are definitely keeping an eye on the recent activities of the
Express Entry draws that are taking place along with the CRS score that is
required to get an invitation to Apply (ITA) for the Canadian permanent
residence. Till now, the lowest CRS score for the ITA is 441 points for the
year 2018. Now, the next question that arises that will the CRS score still
drop further in 2018?
Here we have looked at the statistics of
the CRS and analysed it for you. We hope this will help you.
What does CRS exactly mean?
Canada processes the immigrants through an
immigration system known as the Express Entry. It conducts three immigration
schemes, i.e. Federal Skilled Worker (FSW), Canadian Experience Class (CEC),
and Federal Skilled Trades (FST). You will have to create a profile in the
Express Entry to fulfil the eligibility criteria which includes details of the
applicant like age, work experience, education, family members, and language
proficiency. Creating a profile in Express Entry generates an Expression of Interest
(EOI) for Canadian Immigration program.
Depending upon the information in the
applicant’s profile for the Express Entry, the applicant will be allotted a
score out of 1200 points. This score is known as the Comprehensive Ranking
System (CRS). This score is used to rank the candidates who have applied for
the Express Entry program. Around every two weeks the Canadian immigrant department
conducts an Express Entry draw to select the candidates who have achieved high
scores in their CRS to Apply (ITAs). ITA is basically a trump card that allows
the candidate to submit the official application for the permanent residence in
Understanding the CRS is very important as
they open the gates for you to Apply (ITAs) and successfully immigrate to
Canada. For the year 2018, the lowest CRS score that was attained by the
candidate, who received an ITA was 441 points out of 1200. Till now, the lowest
score drop was 413 points in the history of the lowest CRS score of Express
Prediction for the Future CRS Score
Predicting the future CRS score is somewhat
difficult as the process for issuing the ITAs is highly discreet and kept only
among the officials of the Canadian immigration. There are various factors that
are responsible for the changes in CRS score of a candidate, like:
Number of occasions of the
draws taking place.
Number of new profiles submissed
for the Express Entry.
Number of times ITAs being
issued in each draw.
The above three factors play important role
in determination of changes made for the CRS scores in the future draws. One can never be sure about the variables
getting affected, therefore there will always be certain risk while predicting
the score. Or, you can even say predicting the CRS score is rather difficult as
there is certain level of risk involved.
However, there can be a few predictions
made based on the historical trends of the previous Express
Entry draws and analysing the current ones as well.
The Prediction Made Based on Numbers
To begin with out predictions, lets begin
with the targets set for the Canada’s immigration through Express Entry. For
the year 2017, Canada had set a target to welcome around 160,000 new permanent
residents via economic classes. For 2018, they have increased the number for
permanent residence to 172,000.
The economic immigrants consistof
immigrants from various programs like Express Entry, immigration through
business classes, and Provincial Nominee Programs (PNPs). These programs
include the principal candidate along with any family member who is
accompanying the candidate. Based on the immigrations targets we can assume
that the Express Entry will issue more ITAs for the year 2018 than the
Relatively, 2018 have issued more than
10,000 less ITAs that was issued for the year 2017 during the first four months
of the year. As the annual target is set for the year 2018 is higher as
compared to the previous year, so it is estimated the number of ITAs that will
be issued will increase in future. It can also be estimated that the minimum
score that is required to get an ITA will drop in future.
However, the exact figure can’t be
predicted and prediction with 100 % accuracy is difficult but there is
possibility of the significant drop in the CRS score for the year 2018. So, all
the candidates should have a positive outlook for the future.
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