Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) held a fresh round of all-program Express Entry nomination draws on July 20. This is the second all-program draw in a row after a pause of nearly 18 months.
July 20 Express Entry draws invited 1,750 Express Entry candidates with a Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) cut-off score of 542 to apply for permanent residence.
|OVERVIEW OF EXPRESS ENTRY LATEST DRAWS #227
|Record-breaking Draw Size
|1,750 invitations to apply for Canada PR.
|Lower Express Entry Cut-off
|Minimum CRS score required was 542.
|Is the Tie-break rule applied?
|Profiles registered on or before December 30, 2021, at 15:29:35 UTC were invited.
This is particularly helpful in cases where two or more candidates end up with the same CRS score.
Anybody with work experience in popular in-demand occupations like Health, Business, Finance, Sales, or Engineering/IT has a good chance of qualifying for Canda PR.
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How to qualify for Canada PR via Express Entry?
Immigration in Canada means obtaining permanent residency.
Qualifying for PR via Express Entry is a two-step process.
- Step1: Here the interested candidates confirm their eligibility for at least one of the three Express Entry programs – Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP), Canadian Experience Class (CEC), and Federal Skilled Trades Program (FSTP)
- Step2: Candidates can upload their Express Entry profile onto IRCC’s website.
All the registered profiles are then assessed and ranked based on the CRS score.
Such profiles are evaluated on a total of 1200 points. The human capital criteria like
- work experience outside Canada,
- language proficiency in English/French,
- spouse adaptability,
- Canadian study experience, etc. are considered for evaluation purposes.
Those invited for permanent residence have 60 days to submit their applications to IRCC. IRCC aims to process most applications within 6 months or less.
CanApprove senses a big pull for skilled immigrants- professionals, entrepreneurs/investors, students, and their families to migrate to Canada in the coming years. We are not just any immigration consultants but registered agents with the Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (ICCRC).