Express Entry Draw on March1, 2017 Reaches New Level of CRS Decrease

New month of the year started with a bang for many Canadian Permanent Residence aspirants as the fresh CRS (Comprehensive Ranking System) score under express entry system draw released on 1st March 2017, has dipped to new low. Candidates who shall be granted ITA (Invitation to Apply) for Canada’s Permanent Resident will need CRS of at least 434 points or more which resulted in 3884 ITAs being sent out this time to prospective applicants.

Since the implementation of new changes in the points allotment under Express Entry system there has been a steady decrease in the CRS scoring which actually allows more and more eligible individuals and their respective family to migrate to Canada and gain benefit of better standard of living and culture. More and more applicants can now apply for immigration to Canada along with their family members within the IRCC (Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada).

The last draw that came out was on 22nd February 2017 with the CRS score requirement of 441 or more points. Within 7 days there has been a decrease of 7 points which has actually opened better opportunities for many more prospective applicants. Although the decrease is not that large, it still raised the potential of getting that perfect employee for a company in Canada. This has been the lowest score recorded till now under Express Entry system since it started in January 2015 and has further indication of going even down.