We left the first season of 2019 officially more impressive than the first season of 2018; this season, a total of 2,9200 invitations were issued to applicants for Canada Express Entry system to enable them to apply for permanent residence in Canada. This figure is about 3700 compared to the first quarter of 2018.
In 2018, a total of 89,800 invitations to request (ATA) were issued. The number of invitations since the launch of the Canada Express Entry system has been unprecedented in 2015. This year, this year is also going to exceed this figure through the three-year immigration program. The number of invitations will be increased from this year to 2021, and by the end of the year 2021, a total of 350,000 invitations were issued. This means that the number of invitations issued this year may increase compared to the previous year.
The Canadian government uses the Canada Express Entry system to choose applicants for permanent residence who qualify for one of the three Federal Employment Programs. These three programs include the Federal Skilled Worker Program, the Federal Skilled Trades Program and the Canadian Experience Class. Antha’s Express Profiles are based on human capital, the ability to transfer skills, and additional factors to be evaluated and rated. These profiles give a score called the rating of a comprehensive ranking system. This score, which is a total of 1,200 points, determines the rank of the applicant for Antenna Express in the waiting queue.
As Guardians of Visa Magdeal are aware, the Canadian government regularly puts in the queue for applicants with the highest score and invites them to apply for permanent residence. This year began this year, with its first admission the highest number of invitations issued over the past four years.