Canada held its first all program draw since COVID-19. On July 8 Canada issued 3,900 invitations to apply (ITA’s) for the permanent residency. The applicants need to have CRS i.e. Comprehensive Ranking System score of at least 478 for the invitation.
Ever since the novel coronavirus was declared as a pandemic, all the nations across the world introduced travel restrictions. To prevent the spread of the virus, Canada implemented strict travel restrictions.
The EE draws were more focussed on Provincial Nominee Programs (PNP) and Canadian Experience Class (CEC). Due to which FSWP and FSTP eligible candidates were kept aside. CEC applicants reside in Canada itself; hence the chances of disruption of the virus are low. The PNP candidates were also invited to meet the labour market needs.
One vital point to remember is that Canada was eliminating the FSW and FSTP candidates, some CEC and PNP applicants did receive an invitation from the previous draws. And, those candidates were residing outside Canada.
The recent draw held has a minimum score of 478 which is seven points higher than the previous draw held on March 4. Given that because of pandemic there were no draws featuring FSWP candidates, the July 8 draw features about the applicants who have higher CRS who otherwise must have received the invitation through EE.
This also brings a bit of uncertainty in the minds of people. There are stakes of going it higher or lower. We don’t know what the next draw will bring. Here comes QSWP i.e. Quebec Skilled Worker Program to your rescue. It is a program that has its own set of rules and regulations. The objective of the program is to bring enormous opportunities for eligible candidates from different parts of the world.
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