How are you so sure that you will get OINP in Jan next year?Hi All I need Advise.
Score with my Spouse is 464 and If i apply seperately it is 470. Do you think
1 . I should wait for OINP in Jan to get PR for both of us with the score of 464
2. My IELTS expires on Mar 24 so after getting OINP but before submitting EE profile if my IELTS expires would i be ineligible assuming my next IELTS scores are not as good ?
Or just avoid complications and apply seperately with score 470? My WP is also in progress and my spouse can get an open WP after landing there right?
You can try raising a CSE for the rejection. It may take a few weeks but I have seen where persons files were reopen especially if the information was provided. You can even raise the case and attach the original document. It doesn’t hurt to do it as it’s not going to cost you any money.my score is 470, i got invitation before, and last week my application was rejected due to incomplete docs, for police certificate and it was really surprising as the docs were fine and they were translated by certified translator and there was a copy of original doc that includes the sign of translator and there was written that it's true copy of doc and officer mentioned why i didn't provide original doc.
now i created my profile again and it's really tough to me i don't know i would get the IAT again or not as my score will decrease on march because of the age.
I totally agree that Canada is quite transparent and straightforward.Really unfair to put Canada in there with US (or any other nation frankly speaking).
Canada is probably the only developed nation with the most transparent and straightforward immigration system. Short of coming to your home and handing you a PR invite they are doing everything else.
Of course the nation badly needs to increase its youth and tax paying population but that’s a different story.
If your score is higher than 472, the tie-breaking rule does not apply to you, and yes you will get the ITA within 24 hours.I submitted my profile on 10th Dec and my point is way higher than 472 in today's draw. Am I eligible based on my submission date? If so, how long does it take for getting ITA in account?
last year the target was 74,900 but they issued 89,800 so I don't think it's predictable anymore. (We still might see another draw next week).I just calculated roughly, the target of 2019 has been met.
The target for 2020 is said to be 85800, according to: https://www.cicnews.com/2019/07/express-entry-mid-year-2019-report-41800-candidates-invited-to-apply-for-permanent-residence-0712463.html
if we wipe out about 1000 - 1100 FST itas, then it would be 84700 for CEC, if they conduct 2 draws per month, there would be 24 normal draws.
（hopefully there should be 2 b2b draws to make up for the skipping of FST draws）
Then each draw there will be around 3500+ itas.
Then considering PNP may pour after May, before May there will be around 3300 - 3500 itas.
Then the crs is gonna be scary.
AND I am not sure there will be a b2b draw in Jan, cuz recent draws were all worse than I thought
No I don’t know much about Australian. From what I have heard it used to be like Canada, that is a point or merit based system. It used to accept a lot of people few years back but it has tightened its intake. Australian PR is very hard to get now. Hence some turning towards Canada.Do you know about the Australian system enough to comment?
I am asking not in a confrontation way. I simply don't know and people always compare the Australian systems with the Canadian one.
Please advise me on this guys