What Will Be Lowest CRS Score Requirement In 2020?

Canada immigration point-based system is arguably the best in the world. The Country’s immigration programs have attracted a good number of highly skilled and talented individuals seeking permanent residency abroad.

Although the frequent changes or fluctuations in CRS point benchmarks make the process quite complicated. The average CRS score requirement in 2018 was between 439 and 456 CRS points.

As the year 2019 just started, almost all express entry candidates have a question in mind as to what will be the lowest CRS (Comprehensive Ranking System) Score requirement from Immigration Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) for the year 2019.

Predicting The Lowest CRS Score Requirement In 2019?

As stated earlier, Predicting the CRS score to receive an invitation to apply for Canada PR for 2019 will be quite difficult. Only the immigration Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) know what they have planned for the year 2019.

In every Express Entry Draw last year new records were formed for lowest qualifying marks and the highest number of invitations.

As a matter of fact, in 2017, IRCC gave all the reasons for candidates to be happy and cheerful by reducing the Cut off marks to 413 points. But, in the year 2018 (last year), IRCC hardly made any much reduction in the cutoff points and kept it around 440 marks or higher in all Express Entry draws this year.

There is also reason to be optimistic about 2019 express entry draw results. The Canadian authorities plan to invite the huge number of permanent residents in this year as well as in 2020. Hence, to invite such a large number of applicants, they will need to reduce the qualifying or cut off marks for Canada PR.

What effort do you need to make as an applicant of Canada PR?

If you are planning to apply for Canada PR through Federal Express Entry System, you must also make effort to explore other immigration programs to apply. You can apply for Provincial Nominee Programs (PNPs).

The Provincial Nominee Programs (PNPs) select the applicants for Canadian PR and keeps relatively low process requirements and parameters as per point score, language proficiency score, etc.