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Invited candidates needed to be eligible for the Canadian Experience Class (CEC) and have a score of at least 449 in order to receive an Invitation to Apply. Some of the basic eligibility requirements for the CEC include one year of full-time skilled work experience in Canada, and intermediate official language skills among other criteria.
Candidates who had the minimum score of 449 were only included if they submitted their Express Entry profile before February 19, 2021 UTC, as per the tie-break rule. This new CEC-only draw shows that Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) is continuing to prioritize in-Canada immigration applicants, while travel restrictions are still in place. About 77 per cent of Express Entry candidates in Canada are eligible for the CEC, according to IRCC data from March 8.
The previous Express Entry draw on March 17 targeted Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) candidates, another group that is likely to have strong ties to Canada. PNP-only candidates have demonstrated to the province that nominated them that they have the necessary skills to support the regional labour market. These candidates have higher CRS scores because receiving a PNP automatically grants Express Entry candidates an additional 600 points.
Ishita Ganguli is 28 years old, holds a Master degree and has been working as an Corporate Sales Manager for three years. She wrote the IELTS and scored a 7 in Writing and 7 in every other ability. Ishita does not have Canadian experience. She recently entered the Express Entry pool and obtained a CRS of 469. Now She got ITA from Ontario & Express Entry as well.
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