Invitation to Apply Round 6 – Ottawa, March 27, 2015
Minister of Citizenship and Immigration
MINISTERIAL INSTRUCTIONS RESPECTING INVITATION TO APPLY FOR PERMANENT RESIDENCE UNDER THE EXPRESS ENTRY SYSTEM (MARCH 27, 2015)
Determination — number of invitations
1. (1) For the purposes of paragraph 10.2(1)(b) of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act, the number of invitations that may be issued during the period beginning on March 27, 2015 and ending on March 28, 2015 is1,637.
(2) Foreign nationals who, on March 27, 2015 at 23:59:47 UTC, have been assigned a total of 453 points or more under the Comprehensive Ranking System that is set out in the Ministerial Instructions Respecting the Express Entry System, as published in the Canada Gazette, Part I, on December 1, 2014 and as amended from time to time, occupy the rank required to be invited to make an application for permanent residence.
Complete list of draws till date
|Date||CRS Score limit||
|First||January 31, 2015||886||779|
|Second||February 07, 2015||818||779|
|Third||February 20, 2015||808||849|
|Fourth||February 27, 2015||735||1187|
|Fifth||March 20, 2015||481||1620|
|Sixth||March 27, 2015||453||1637|
The numbers of invitations issued has been increasing with the upcoming draws and the ITA score has been decreasing. It gives more and more hopes for candidates without PNP / LMIA to get selected in near future. The results also show that an applicant should have patience and wait for their profile to get selected. It is pretty much understood that there aren’t many candidate in the pool that have LMIA / PNP and the number of applicants with LMIA / PNP gets exhausted from the pool in every draw that takes place.
|It is recommended, applicant should not really wait for LMIA / PNP to enter the pool. Take expert advise from Career Abroad professionals and enter the pool now. There are methods to increase your score even after entering the pool. Discuss your options with us and let us make your process comfortable.|
It is very important that candidate profile is accurate and correct information is provided. The information provided should be correct in the legal terms. For an example – job offer in legal terms for immigration purpose is referred to LMIA whereas generally speaking job offer is merely a letter from an employer which states job is being offered to candidate. It is important to understand the legal meaning of information being requested for the application. If it is found that you misrepresented yourself, gave false information or left out important details, then it could result in:
- Refusal of the application
- You could be found inadmissible, and
- You could be barred for five years from applying for permanent resident status.
Invest your time, energy and money in right direction that would lead you to positive results.