CIC 45th Draw scores prediction, higher cut-off, policy announcements, Ontario PNP Expected

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Hello Readers,

Update –

CIC released its 45th draw today on October 19th 2016 with a score of 475 points and inviting 1800+ applications. We are actually surprised with sudden drop in scores beyond expectations and increase in number of invitations.

 

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We have received at least 70 emails from our readers who were disheartened by the increase in CRS scores to 484 in the last draw announced by CIC on 12th October 2016. The only positive thing is the rising number of invitations which went up to 1,518, however don’t expect this number as positive for future draws.

Infact, this number has concerned our authors quite a lot. If CIC has 1500+ profiles sitting at a score of 484, it actually means a lot higher number of candidates are stuck in the CRS score bracket of 480-483. This number proves that our prediction of 2000 candidates in this score bracket is way off the mark and the future draws has not much in store for people who are sitting in the CRS bracket of 460-470.

Our prediction for the CIC 45th Draw CRS score is a bracket of 481-483 with approximately 1200-1600+ invitations and our prediction for the rest of draws left is a bracket of 470-485 with around 5000 invitations for the remaining months of year 2016. We do not expect scores to come down to 460-470 unless there are some major policy change announcements. We also expect OINP nominations will resume only from January after the policy changes are announced. It’s expected that OINP office will be using this winter to clear the backlog from year 2015-16 before the proceed with more express entry invitations.

Almost went negative for Canada aspirants in the past week, while on one hand the expectations of lower CRS score was washed out, On the other hand an article published by CBC Canada confirmed our doubts that not everything is going positive towards Immigration Policy in Canada. Mr. Navdeep Bains, Innovation Minister Canada confirmed that not everyone out of Liberals has a positive view about the changes in Immigration policies. There are couple of Ministers like him and McCallum who have openly supported increasing the number of immigrants, while everyone else is looking to go in the opposite direction.

The worst fear expected by Canadian residents are the loss of job and difference of attitude of people immigrating to Canada. Recent talks about implementing Anti-Canadian value checks and asking the immigrants to work a lot more on learning Canadian values to integrate in the society provides us an insight on why the announcement for policy changes are delayed by almost 2 months now. It’s confirmed that these ministers are having hard time in getting approval for policy changes before they are announced and implemented for masses.

Our OINP source has also confirmed that the offices are expecting policy change announcement before the OINP nominations resume for the express entry Canada. We were also informed that SINP may open 2 more round of invitation acceptance during the remaining days of year 2016 which may tally to a total of 1300+ immigrant application for SINP nominations.

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14 thoughts on “CIC 45th Draw scores prediction, higher cut-off, policy announcements, Ontario PNP Expected

  • October 17, 2016 at 9:50 am
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    So do you expect one draw of 2000 can bottleneck 480-482 candidates ? Giving the others a chance

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    • mm
      October 17, 2016 at 1:21 pm
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      I am sorry but our team does not expect it, since the policy change announcement is overdue.

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      • October 17, 2016 at 2:22 pm
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        So what was the due date?

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        • mm
          October 17, 2016 at 3:36 pm
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          We expect a draw on 26th October unless CIC decides to do some other.

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  • October 17, 2016 at 1:58 pm
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    Thanks has there been a successive draw? Or do we expect one on next Wednesday

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    • mm
      October 17, 2016 at 3:36 pm
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      We don’t expect successive draws. We expect 1 more draw in the month of October 2016

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  • October 17, 2016 at 5:00 pm
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    I think the only issue for major policy reform concern foreign workers on which there was disagreement, also the LMIA which the Minister was not sure whether this can be replaced as he said they are trying to find a way, else it will be fraud without the LMIA…

    By the way, how much do you expect the bonus points to be…? Thanks.

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  • October 17, 2016 at 5:06 pm
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    You forgot to read this article; McCallum might announce reform this week as Wednesday will be the 1st anniversary since the Liberal won and it has been said the Liberal will start fulfilling the promises; also read the section below related to Mccallum where it has been said:

    “Immigration Minister John McCallum, who spearheaded the refugees project, now talks of moving on to the task of attracting more highly skilled and entrepreneurial immigrants here faster. He says policy must rest on more than feel-good moments—a reality that extends beyond his portfolio to the entire government. “We are now coming into the phase where it’s not just selfies,” McCallum says. “It’s also real decision-making, where not everybody in the population will be happy with every decision.”

    Check this link:
    http://www.macleans.ca/politics/the-trudeau-report-card-a-look-at-the-bumpy-road-ahead/

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  • October 19, 2016 at 7:41 pm
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    There was a draw today. 475 with 1800+ ITAs. 🙂

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  • October 20, 2016 at 6:53 am
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    Please provide any guideline link to follow for post ITA process

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  • October 20, 2016 at 7:22 pm
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    Hi Rachael & Michael

    Can you offer any advice – I am looking to apply for a student visa and bring my wife hopefully on an open work permit . The course I want to study is accredited but done in modules at the pace of the student I think I would need around 18 months to complete the course, however if rushed and without working to give me at least some income, It is possible to do it in 12 months. How is this conveyed to the CIC in a student visa application? Thank You

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    • mm
      October 21, 2016 at 9:58 pm
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      Hi,

      It’s better to apply for a course and complete it within specific duration or get a PNP before moving in to Canada since it will reduce your tuition fee by almost 70% and get your wife a work permit without hiccup.

      If you are looking for student visa for yourself, you can bring your wife on open work permit. She will retain her work permit until you have student visa deadline on your visa. For example if your visa grant is till 1st January 2017, you will get work permit for your visa till 1st January 2017.

      If your student visa is not extended your wife’s work permit can not get any extension. So you will need to apply for extension of your student visa deadline and get your wife’s permit extended to sort it out.

      Cheers

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  • November 28, 2016 at 1:43 pm
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    I have done Btech in mechanical engineering. I am doing job from last two and half years. My age is 25. I am unmarried. I don’t know my crs yet. Please help me to find my crs score for Ontario os British Columbia. Thank you a lot

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    • mm
      December 5, 2016 at 11:06 am
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      Email us for this question please.

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