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Ray of Hope - 134th Draw

dr.aam89

Full Member
Nov 11, 2019
27
3
Hello everyone , my fiancee got her ITA on 479 points after registering on December 30th ( Tie breaking rule was applied on December 27th) , together we would have 473 points (the minimal cutoff score for this draw) should we add my profile post ITA ( our score would drop to 473 and she registered the ee profile on December 30 knowing , tie breaking rule was December 27th )or After AOR ? please advice , does the tie breaking rule apply when recalculating the crs score due to adding spouse ?
Don't do that. Tie breaking rule would apply and your application will be refused. With 473 score together I'd recommend she declines the ITA. Add you to her profile (assuming you are married). With 473 you will get ITA in next round for sure.
 

Mandeep1989

Hero Member
Oct 23, 2017
537
114
Hello everyone , my fiancee got her ITA on 479 points after registering on December 30th ( Tie breaking rule was applied on December 27th) , together we would have 473 points (the minimal cutoff score for this draw) should we add my profile post ITA ( our score would drop to 473 and she registered the ee profile on December 30 knowing , tie breaking rule was December 27th )or After AOR ? please advice , does the tie breaking rule apply when recalculating the crs score due to adding spouse ?
It’s not a game , I m on 468 , and I would have liked to do the same , I have already got ITA( without spouse 475) . Whatever u have declared prior to your ITA, u got to follow it , as ur scores have been freezed now , u cnt do anything about that . Your spouse has to go alone if u dnt want to face any sort of ban
 

Sidra1990

Newbie
Apr 21, 2017
7
0
Hey. My dad's sister's son is a Canadian PR. Can I claim his point under relative head? Please assist can he be helpful in any scenario.
 

zee90999

Hero Member
Dec 24, 2019
303
202
Hey. My dad's sister's son is a Canadian PR. Can I claim his point under relative head? Please assist can he be helpful in any scenario.

You can claim 5 points if you have relatives in Canada to be eligible under the FSW (67 points eligibility criteria of the 6 selection factors)
These relatives can be as below:

You, or your spouse or common-law partner, have a relative who is:
  • living in Canada
  • 18 years or older and
  • a Canadian citizen or permanent resident

This relative must be a:
  • parent
  • grandparent
  • child
  • grandchild
  • your or your spouse’s sibling (child of your or your spouse’s parent)
  • your or your spouse’s aunt or uncle (by blood or marriage)
  • your or your spouse’s niece or nephew (grandchild of your or your spouse’s parent)
Additionally you can claim 15 points under the express entrys CRS:
To get these points, candidates will need to show that the sibling is a Canadian citizen or permanent resident who is living in Canada and is 18 years of age or older. The sibling in Canada must share a mother or father with the principal Express Entry applicant or their spouse or common-law partner.
 

rajapanesar

Champion Member
Jan 31, 2019
1,617
534
31
Punjab, India
Category........
FSW
NOC Code......
1241
App. Filed.......
19/09/2019
You can claim 5 points if you have relatives in Canada to be eligible under the FSW (67 points eligibility criteria of the 6 selection factors)
These relatives can be as below:

You, or your spouse or common-law partner, have a relative who is:
  • living in Canada
  • 18 years or older and
  • a Canadian citizen or permanent resident

This relative must be a:
  • parent
  • grandparent
  • child
  • grandchild
  • your or your spouse’s sibling (child of your or your spouse’s parent)
  • your or your spouse’s aunt or uncle (by blood or marriage)
  • your or your spouse’s niece or nephew (grandchild of your or your spouse’s parent)
Additionally you can claim 15 points under the express entrys CRS:
To get these points, candidates will need to show that the sibling is a Canadian citizen or permanent resident who is living in Canada and is 18 years of age or older. The sibling in Canada must share a mother or father with the principal Express Entry applicant or their spouse or common-law partner.
So no cousins, right?
 

abbieh

Star Member
Dec 5, 2019
94
31
Spot On!

Number of invitations issued: 3,400Footnote*

Rank required to be invited to apply: 3,400th or above


Date and time of round: January 8, 2020 at 13:33:44 UTC

CRS score of lowest-ranked candidate invited: 473


Tie-breaking rule: December 27, 2019 at 13:35:09 UTC

Can you help with your prediction for the next draw. (22nd of Jan)
 

SirManDudeGuy

Full Member
Jan 3, 2020
38
13
Question about documents..
My transcripts from university in Canada, when I scan the transcripts, the VOID lettering comes up all over the transcript. What should I do? Do I just scan my actual degree?
 

zee90999

Hero Member
Dec 24, 2019
303
202
Question about documents..
My transcripts from university in Canada, when I scan the transcripts, the VOID lettering comes up all over the transcript. What should I do? Do I just scan my actual degree?
Try CamScanner (premium version) and upload the document in PDF then
 

Jasiko

Newbie
Jan 6, 2020
8
2
NOC Code......
6221
IELTS Request
Listening 8 Reading 8 Writing 7 Speaking 7
Thanks to another user on this forum, I found 25 points I didn't know I had.
I had two separate skilled jobs but I thought the experience only counts for one job and didn't put in the previous job. I had an NOC 0 and NOC B for 2 years experience instead of one. This would put me under CEC.
465 -> 490! Fingers crossed!
I also have two separate job experiences, one is 4031-Secondary school teachers-A, and the second is 6221-Technical sales specialists - wholesale trade-B. I want to know if I can gain extra points if I write the two NOCs in my express entry profile. Will you guide me please?