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Ray of Hope - 133rd Draw

Ramsha Bukhari

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If people are getting nominated it usually takes 2-3 month until they get the 600 points. Therefore I don’t think that there will be more people with >600 points.
Or do you think 600 people got nominated and didn’t just receive the OINP Notification of Interest?
Oh thats alright then if they do not receive the 600 points right away.My calculations were almost the same, i just included around 150 people on the range above 600 for the worst case as a few people are stil getting there from the Aug 1st Ontario nominations.
I did a rough calculations for a draw on Jan 8 as well , just in case no draw occurs before that.According to my guess CRS will be 478-479 in that case.
 

Xtensio

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naija2canadapr

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While I am super hopeful for a draw today, I am not banking on it. I don't want to be disappointed. I am just having an open mind. Don't forget 3200 ITAs were issued last time, I think that was their last draw for 2019. If their draws hold on the 8th of January, it is going to be high. Afterwards, it will stabilize. I don't lose 5 points until May so I am certain I will get it by then with my 470. Thinking of the French exam but I will decide by January to see if I am going that route.
If my husband can max out IELTS, it will add just 2 points, I doubt I am willing to pay that amount of money for 2 points. Whatever happens, I know that 2020 will be an awesome year.
Sisters and Brothers, let us all be positive and help each other where we can. I can be found on Instagram @naija2canadapr. Feel free to connect with me there.

@Dheana90 where are you and how have you been? I have not seen any comment from you on this thread, hope you and your family are well.
 

Captain789

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While I am super hopeful for a draw today, I am not banking on it. I don't want to be disappointed. I am just having an open mind. Don't forget 3200 ITAs were issued last time, I think that was their last draw for 2019. If their draws hold on the 8th of January, it is going to be high. Afterwards, it will stabilize. I don't lose 5 points until May so I am certain I will get it by then with my 470. Thinking of the French exam but I will decide by January to see if I am going that route.
If my husband can max out IELTS, it will add just 2 points, I doubt I am willing to pay that amount of money for 2 points. Whatever happens, I know that 2020 will be an awesome year.
Sisters and Brothers, let us all be positive and help each other where we can. I can be found on Instagram @naija2canadapr. Feel free to connect with me there.

@Dheana90 where are you and how have you been? I have not seen any comment from you on this thread, hope you and your family are well.
So if the draw does not happen today/tomorrow, the next one will be only on the 8th of Jan?
 

tony87

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So if the draw does not happen today/tomorrow, the next one will be only on the 8th of Jan?
It seems the only sure thing about CIC is that they don't work on public holidays and since the next Wednesdays are Christmas and New Year, there definite won't be a draw on Dec. 25 and Jan. 1, making Jan. 8 the most likely day to have the first draw in 2020.
 
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pinak05

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Are you sure about this? I think that they get +200 points the moment they are invited.
No such thing happens. The entire processing time is 90 days after which they get 600 points. The same docs are to be submitted to the nominating province as you do when you get your ita only difference is they don't need the medical and pcc hence the 3 months time as they don't do background check. Having said that there are many people who got their nominations post last draw I being one of them, there must be around 400 if not more.
 
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