Yesterday's Express Entry Draw broke the record again for the highest number of applicants invited to apply at 2427, up by nearly 350 people from the previous draw of 2080.
The CRS points threshold held steady at 470 points required, down only 2 points from the previous draw of 472.
This is the final draw in the original Express Entry immigration system created by the previous Harper Government. The next draws will reflect a changed approach to the dynamics of the NOC codes as well as a reduced emphasis on LMIA's. You can read about these changes detailed in our recent blog posts here and here.