2023-01-13 | Abroad Pathway Immigration | Leave a Comment
First Canadian Express Entry Draw took on 11 January, 2023 Since November 23, 2022
Invitations were sent to 5,500 applicants having a minimum Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score of 507 by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC). The Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP), the Canadian Experience Class (CEC), and the Federal Skilled Trades Program all sought qualified applicants (FSTP). All of these initiatives work with the Express Entry Program.
This draw is the largest all-program Express Entry draw since they commenced in July of last year, increasing the number of ITAs awarded. There were 750 more invites than the draw on November 23, which invited 4,750 applicants. The CRS score was also higher than it has been since the lottery on September 28.
For Express Entry, last year was exceptional Ministerial instructions show that over the 23 draws in 2022, there were 46,538 ITAs issued to Express Entry candidates. This figure covers draws conducted between January and July just for participants in Provincial Nominee Programs (PNPs). Beginning in December 2020, all-program Express Entry draws were suspended for a period of more than 18 months. Due to COVID-19-related travel limitations, there was a backlog in applications, which is what prompted the delay. Only PNP or CEC applicants received invites to apply during this time (ITAs). However, the IRCC also stopped doing lotteries for the CEC in September 2021. There were 35,750 ITAs in total for just all-program draws, which started in July and continued through the remainder of the year.
The lowest minimum Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score was 491 in the most recent Express Entry Draw.
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