The minimum CRS score requirement drops to lowest since June for a PNP draw.
Canada invited 521 Express Entry candidates to apply for permanent residence on September 15.
All invited candidates had previously received nominations under a Provincial Nominee Program (PNP), which amounts to an automatic 600 points added to their base Express Entry score. As a result of the award, candidates needed a score of at least 732 in order to be invited.
Express Entry candidates invited today now have 60 days to apply for permanent residence.
In the previous PNP draw two weeks ago, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) invited 635 candidates with scores of at least 764.