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19th Express Entry Draw is Expected to be lenient in terms of Qualifying Marks & Invitations

Posted - 27, Oct 2015

The Express Entry Draw No. 19 is around the corner and the game of speculations and predictions is one among the applicants. In the middle of the debate, discussions, and chaos of Elections, everyone is keen to know as to what impact ongoing elections will have on the Immigration Pattern and statistics. The Immigration as it is a burning issue in Canada and with the recent refugee incidents has made it a core issue in the politics of Canada. Below are the statistics of 18th Express Entry Draw of Canada to find out, how the next draw is likely to result.

The 18th Express Entry Draw Statistics

  • A total 1530 invitations issued during the draw
  • The Qualifying Marks were 450 points or more, as per CRS point system
Even the 18th Express Entry Draw continued the trend of last 5 draws, i.e. lower CRS score requirement and higher no. of invitations. It was really a good sign for the applicants, as there were many applicants wanted to immigrate to Canada, however, were stuck due to tough qualifying criteria. Let’s now try to find out, how the next Express Entry Draw of Canada Immigration will result for the applicants.

What are the expectations from 19th Express Entry Draw?

The 19th Express Entry Draw is likely to sustain the ongoing trend of low CRS Score requirement and relatively higher number of invitations. There are various provinces of Canada, which are ready to allow and invite the immigrants to boost the migration as well as the industrial growth in the region, for which they need a higher number of immigrants in the region. Apart from this, ongoing pattern of Express Entry Draws also signify the trend of more invitations and lower qualifying marks. Below are statistics of last 5 draws to give you an idea about the ongoing EE Draw trend.
The Selection Trend – Express Entry System Last 5 draws
14th Draw 15th Draw 16th Draw 17th Draw 18th Draw
No. of Invitations 1402 1523 1517 1545 1530
Qualifying Marks 471 456 459 450 450


Below are the key analysis points as per the above table
  • The no. of invitations in 14th draw were 1402 as compared to the 1530 invitations in the recent 18th draw
  • Qualifying Marks or CRS Score requirement was 471 points in the 14th draw as compared to the 450 marks needed in 18th
Based on the above trends and other discussed factors, we can say that the 19th draw Express Entry draw is expected to bring positive news and pattern for the thousands of applicants waiting for the immigration to Canada.

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