CRS Score Drops to 462 in Express Entry #126
Today ,18th September 2018, the 126th Express Entry draw took place. A total of 3,600 Candidates received invitations to apply for Canadian permanent residence. The minimum CRS score used for today’s draw was 462. The tie-breaking rule was used for today’s draw. This implies that since many people had 462 points, only those who submitted their Express entry profile to the pool before August 29th, 2019 at 07:57:13 UTC will be given invitation to apply.
A summary of the draw is given below:
- Draw Number: 126
- Draw Date: September 18th, 2019
- Number of Invitations Issued: 3,600
- Minimum CRS: 462
- Tie-breaking rule: August 29th, 2019
Today’s draw saw the score reduced by 1 point compared with the last draw which took place on the 4th of September 2019 where the cut-off score was 463. Express Entry is Canada’s main hub for getting skilled workers who later come to Canada and become permanent residents. The program started in January 2015 and has continued to be used to select skilled workers who come into Canada.
What options do I have?
If you have plans to migrate to Canada as a skilled worker, the first thing you need to do is to check if you are eligible to apply through the Express Entry. If you complete our free online assessment form, we can check your eligibility and one of our team members will get back to you and discuss all available options that you can use to migrate to Canada.
Trulink Travel Team
Trulink Immigration Services