The minimum Comprehensive Ranking System score fell below 500 for the first time since the post-pandemic resumption in Canada’s most recent all-program Express Entry lottery.
The minimum CRS requirement for the draw on October 26 was 496 points, down from 504. The most Invitations to Apply have been sent out since all-program drawings resumed in July with 4,750.
It indicates that, as of now in 2022, Canada has sent out 35,615 invitations, the majority of which have come when all-program drawings resumed in July.
In 2021, 114,431 ITAs were issued by IRCC, a record number, to applicants for the PNP and Canadian Experience Class (CEC). It surpassed the prior record, which was 107,350 in 2020.
On May 9, 2022, at 5:04 am EST, the tie-breaking rule was put into effect for the most recent draw. Only individuals who submitted their Express Entry profiles prior to this date and time received invites if more than one candidate obtained the required CRS score.
New applications will be completed in the six months allotted by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada for Express Entry. A 60-day timeframe is given to applicants to submit their applications.
What is Express Entry
On January 1, 2015, the Canadian immigration authorities (IRCC) launched Express Entry, a system for managing applications for skilled workers under federal economic programs. This covers the Canada Experience Class, the Federal Skilled Worker Program, the Federal Skilled Trades Program, and a portion of the Provincial Nomination Programs.
As Canada moves closer to its goal of adding 431,645 new permanent.
Minimum Requirements of a Skilled Worker
The applicant must have at least one year of full-time, paid work experience that is in the category of Skill Type 0, or Skill Level A or B, according to the Canadian National Occupational Classification (NOC); occurred within 10 years preceding the date of application & is not in an occupation that is considered a restricted occupation. The applicant clearly demonstrates that they have sufficient proof of fund to meet the requirements of themselves & their Family once they arrive in Canada.
The following six factors are considered by the federal government for selection, if you score 67 points or higher you may be qualifying for immigration to Canada under the federal skilled worker program.
|EDUCATION – SKILLS
|ENGLISH LANGUAGE ABILITY FRENCH LANGUAGE ABILITY
|SPECIFIC WORK EXPERIENCE
|ARRANGED EMPLOYMENT IN CANADA