The Canadian government issued a request for 3900 ITA Express Candidates or an invitation to apply for Canadian permanent residence in Canada ‘s most recent reception today, Monday, October 15, 2018 . The minimum rating for this admission was 440, which has been the lowest ever this year. It should be noted that today’s minimum rating is five points less than the CRS minimum score of 3 October, which was 445, with an acceptance of 3900 ITA candidates.
The Canadian Immigration, Citizenship and Asylum Administration (IRCC) also used the tie-break for the same date and time that was used by September 18th at 11:06:29 UTC. This means that all candidates with a CRS rating of above 440, as well as all candidates with a score of 440 and above, who have submitted their profile before this date and time, have received an ITA invitation from this round. .
The reason for the five points reduction is the minimum score, which may have been this admission less than two weeks after the previous admission. Such a decrease would occur if large admissions were held up. Antarctic Express Receptions are usually held every two weeks, but this time only 12 days between the early admissions and the admission of today were far removed. The lower distance between two admissions could mean that there is less time to fill the Ethernet Express pool, which can lower the CRS minimum.
The Federal Antarctic Express System is a Canada Immigration System that employs three skilled federally- owned professions with Canadian skills and experience from around the world based on immigrant privileges and standards. Candidates are ranked according to the score that they rank in the Comprehensive System; the system is based on candidates based on English or French.(Two Canadian official languages), age, education, and work experience. For candidates with the highest rating, an ITA (an invitation to apply for permanent residence) is issued alternately. The Canadian government intends to increase by 74,900 in 2018, and by 2019, attract 81,400 new migrants through a skilled federal staffing category of technical professionals with Canadian experience and experience