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Ray of Hope - 132nd Draw

eept

Star Member
Oct 28, 2019
67
10
IRCC promptly reply at their Twitter handle.
Thank you! Will try that option! It’s frustrating that the equivalency was not as direct as I hope it would be.

I hate that I would out it in the wrong category and then will be rejected afterwards.

Thank you.
 

badri.sri139

Star Member
Oct 27, 2019
57
11
I hope there is b2b draw and cut off should be atleast 467...am at 468...
Dude I feel for you, but somehow I feel that 468 might be 50-50 in December. Score might not change on December 11th and in that case the score might go down to 469-468 on December 18th
 
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cansha

VIP Member
Aug 1, 2018
5,524
4,930
Hi guys,

I received ita in the last draw and filled up the form online. The check list shows pcc required for my stay in usa which is 5 month and 20 days, anybody who has done it from Jk consultancy mumbai and if its genuine and accepted by ircc. Or where I can get it done from mumbai and the timelines to receive it.
USA PCC process is fairly straightforward and it's pretty quick. You most likely don't need to go through a consultancy. The entire process is online these days and they send the report within 3 days online post receipt of your finger prints ..
 
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badri.sri139

Star Member
Oct 27, 2019
57
11
I hope there is b2b draw and cut off should be atleast 467...am at 468...
If I update my EE profile, how many days before is safe for to be considered for a draw? Also does it change the profile submitted date (in case of a tie breaker)? Thanks guys!
 

Lazybug

Star Member
May 1, 2019
142
122
If I update my EE profile, how many days before is safe for to be considered for a draw? Also does it change the profile submitted date (in case of a tie breaker)? Thanks guys!
For me the updates were very fast, as in a few minutes. I don't know if it can take longer. And no, the profile submission date is not affected by updates :)

PS: make sure to update it and go next to put your electronic signature again.
 

shine04

Star Member
Mar 22, 2019
59
12
USA PCC process is fairly straightforward and it's pretty quick. You most likely don't need to go through a consultancy. The entire process is online these days and they send the report within 3 days online post receipt of your finger prints ..
thanks for the info. any idea from where fingerprints can be done in mumbai and what's the process
 

robin6869

Hero Member
Jul 31, 2017
272
251
#Fact - With the way CRS scores are trending and considering the annual immigration targets, in the coming years there will be a flood of international students in Canada, who have lived in Canada, studied in Canada, worked in Canada and yet can not find a way to become PR. There are more than 500,000 international students in Canada and the numbers are increasing.
In that situation people applying for PR from outside Canada may ONLY have a very limited PNP option.

An FSW single applicant of age 29 and below with 3 years of work experience, Masters degree, no siblings in Canada and CLB9 will score 469.
Make that IELTS CLB10, the scores shoot to 481.

So a person who has Canadian education /work experience will certain have an advantage of additional points, which will compensate even if they do not score CLB9 or 10.
Not to mention that PNPs will always give advantage to people who have lived, worked, studied in their province.

The point in my mundane post?

If the trends are to be believed, it oddly looks like closed doors for CRS below 450 in EE
Scores between 451-460 may see a freak draw or 2 that are back to back and therefore help in clearing some of those profiles stuck in that range.

460-470 have a very nervous, nail biting wait from draw to draw, which again will be helped with back to back draw.

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If the numbers are to be believed, the suggestion would be to actively look and exhaust every PNP option possible. RNIP is just beginning to take shape, keep a sharp eye on it to see how that process trends.

If studying in Canada is an option, explore it.

If French, seems possible, make it happen.

If you are stuck for few points with CLB9, work on getting CLB10.

Always be on a lookout for a job offer. As difficult and out of reach it may seem, people do get it.

If you are single, maybe it's time to get active in the Canadian matrimony market and you may find your soulmate here.

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As dismissive this post may sound, it's all real.
And don't blame me, it's my Happy Wedding Anniversary today, what else did you expect.

Edit: LOL guys, the post was hardly to draw attention to my anniversary, but on how frightful EE looks, just like my married life.

#foreverhopeful
 

Wrath

Star Member
Nov 3, 2019
148
58
#Fact - With the way CRS scores are trending and considering the annual immigration targets, in the coming years there will be a flood of international students in Canada, who have lived in Canada, studied in Canada, worked in Canada and yet can not find a way to become PR. There are more than 500,000 international students in Canada and the numbers are increasing.
In that situation people applying for PR from outside Canada may ONLY have a very limited PNP option.

An FSW single applicant of age 29 and below with 3 years of work experience, Masters degree, no siblings in Canada and CLB9 will score 469.
Make that IELTS CLB10, the scores shoot to 481.

So a person who has Canadian education /work experience will certain have an advantage of additional points, which will compensate even if they do not score CLB9 or 10.
Not to mention that PNPs will always give advantage to people who have lived, worked, studied in their province.

The point in my mundane post?

If the trends are to be believed, it oddly looks like closed doors for CRS below 450 in EE
Scores between 451-460 may see a freak draw or 2 that are back to back and therefore help in clearing some of those profiles stuck in that range.

460-470 have a very nervous, nail biting wait from draw to draw, which again will be helped with back to back draw.

-----------------

If the numbers are to be believed, the suggestion would be to actively look and exhaust every PNP option possible. RNIP is just beginning to take shape, keep a sharp eye on it to see how that process trends.

If studying in Canada is an option, explore it.

If French, seems possible, make it happen.

If you are stuck for few points with CLB9, work on getting CLB10.

Always be on a lookout for a job offer. As difficult and out of reach it may seem, people do get it.

If you are single, maybe it's time to get active in the Canadian matrimony market and you may find your soulmate here.

--------------------

As dismissive this post may sound, it's all real.
And don't blame me, it's my Happy Wedding Anniversary today, what else did you expect.

Edit: LOL guys, the post was hardly to draw attention to my anniversary, but on how frightful EE looks, just like my married life.

#foreverhopeful
Super like...u just explained what happened, what's happening and what's gonna happen ..as we go in time it's only gonna get tougher from here. Also with plans of introduction of new immigration programs in future EE competition will be very tough
 

Wrath

Star Member
Nov 3, 2019
148
58
Hello Experts,

What are the chances with a score of 456.

Thanks,
Your score is good but I dont see crs cut off going that low anytime sooner. But dont get discouraged if u have chance to improve your scores please dont wait, do it right away before it's too late. Cheers.
 

Ramsha Bukhari

Star Member
Sep 23, 2019
174
65
Thank you,dear...IJust love doing this calculation for everyone that's interested in guessing what the cut off for the next draw might be like. :)

I have to sit for IELTS exam again and I have to get CLB 10 in order to get ITA as per current trend and latest cut off score. If I get CLB 10 then my score will be 474.

All the best for the next draw to you,dear..:)
I know its too early to ask but what is your prediction about january's 1st draw, given a possible 3 weeks gap after december's last draw.