March 24 Draw of 441 CRS points Invited 3,749 Candidates to Apply for Immigration to Canada.

A CRS threshold of 441 means that it is possible that a candidate who is educated at Bachelor’s Degree level, and who has no work experience in Canada and no additional points for a provincial nomination, or for a job offer, or for previous study in Canada, could obtain an ITA, assuming that he or she has demonstrated advanced proficiency in one of Canada’s official languages (English or French).

At this point last year, a total of 9,465 ITAs had been issued. So far this year, a total of 24,652 ITAs have been issued, an increase of more than 160 percent. Because of this — and because of improvements made to the system towards the end of last year — there has also been a decrease in the CRS requirement year-on-year

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