The Canadian government is set to reform Express Entry draws starting in 2023 to increase the intake of skilled immigrants in Canada.
As per the latest Bill C-19 that received the royal assent on June 23, 2022, Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) may now invite eligible profiles in the Express Entry pool based on subjective skills like occupation, education qualification, or language proficiency in upcoming Canada PR Express Entry draws.
Canadian provincial invitations in recent times from provinces like British Columbia, Nova Scotia, Ontario, Quebec, or northwest territories and invitations under the federal system have focused on skilled-based draws which will make several aspirants eligible despite having fewer points under the Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS).
With this announcement, a large number of skilled Immigration mainly in the field of education and healthcare are hopeful of immigrating to their dream destination abroad.
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How will Skilled Immigration to Canada Look in 2023?
While Express Entry was available under the Canadian federal system as well as the provincial nominee program (PNP) even earlier, the new law enables skilled workers to look beyond their Express Entry CRS scores.
Immigration aspirants in 2023 may have to focus on developing skills, experience, language proficiency, or even the province they intend to settle in to boost their chances of getting an Invitation To Apply (ITA) for Canada PR.
|It will now be possible for anyone not able to meet CRS criteria but is skillful in a particular job that is high in demand in any of Canada’s provinces to qualify under Express Entry to receive both federal and provincial invitations in 2023.|
Also, Canadian immigration consultants in Dubai are getting inquiries regarding the provincial invitation, but at the moment they are studying the new laws carefully so that they can properly help the aspirants.
Job vacancies in the healthcare & education sector in Canada
There is a huge demand for both nurses and doctors in the healthcare sector, which was under huge stress during the Covid pandemic.
It is already established that a quarter of registered nurses and 36% of physicians in Canada are not Canadian-born, suggesting a bigger role played by immigration in supporting key sectors of Canada.
There is a huge demand for skilled workers in several sectors, including dental, pharmacy, elementary and secondary schools (teacher assistants), the construction sector, heavy transportation, the food industry, etc.
How Will CanApprove Help You?
Canadian immigration can no longer be reduced to an exercise aimed at boosting your CRS score. Aspirants with the required skills can make good use of the new opportunity by filling out their applications in a very careful manner under the professional guidance of a certified immigration consultant.
CanApprove is CICC registered with over 25+ years of experience in immigration and overseas education consultancy. Apart from genuine documentation, you may consult us if:
- you’ve been rejected previously
- you have a potential medical inadmissibility concern
- you’re applying through a complex immigration program
- you wish to ignore tedious documentation
- you may have a unique case in hand.
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