All Canada Express Entry candidates waiting for an invitation to apply for permanent residence in Canada from Immigration Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) will be curious to know what will the minimum CRS score requirement for the next Canada Express Entry draw. But predicting the CRS requirement for a future Express Entry draw is not at all easy. All we can do is to make some assumptions based on the current trends of Express Entry draws.
If we analyze the Canada Express Entry draws held this year, we can see that the qualifying scores required in the draws were largely between 440 and 445. At one point, in the draw held on June 13, it went as high as 451. The score has never come down below 440 this year. But in 2017, the minimum CRS score requirements have come down to as low as 413.
Now five more Express Entry draws are remaining this year. Experts are of the opinion that the current trend is going to continue for the remaining Express Entry draws as well. The CRS score requirements are expected to be around 450 and is not going to have significant decrease.
To conclude, for those with a low CRS score, it will be a bad idea to wait for the CRS scores to come down. The best option is to consult an immigration expert and get advice on how you can improve your CRS scores. There are a number of ways you can improve your CRS scores while you are still in the Express Entry pool. These include getting an additional qualification, learning French as a secondary language and improving your IELTS score. A seasoned immigration expert can guide you on the best way to improve your CRS scores and increase your prospects of obtaining an invitation to apply for permanent residence in Canada.
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