CRS for Canada Express Entry Continued to Drop

Another round of Canada Express Entry draw, 3,884 applicants for permanent residence under all programs were invited to apply. The Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score continued to drops to 434, which mean there is a steady decline of points needed to apply for Canada.

It was the lowest record for the year 2017 under the Express Entry System.  Applicants who were invited will be accepted into a pool of possible candidates for immigration to Canada.

Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) will ask the candidates to apply on a regular basis. There will have new sets of instructions the electronic system will use to invite candidates from the pool. These instructions will be posted on CIC website before each round of invitations.

If the instructions do not identify which immigration program the candidates must be eligible for, the invitations will be based exclusively on the Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score.

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