Express Entry rules will change starting in 2023 in Canada - Aptech Visa

by aman sharma Canada Immigration,Canada PR Visa

Due to a backlog of applications brought on by COVID-19-related travel, all Express Entry program draws were put on hold for more than 18 months starting in December 2020.

To solve the country's problems with a labour shortage, Canada's Express Entry is expected to undergo some significant modifications. According to reports, authorities will now provide ITAs to applicants who have a specified combination of education, work experience, language skills, etc.

Major changes to Express Entry are probably coming soon:

Job openings in Canada are at an all-time high right now. A 5.7% job vacancy rate, among other things, contributes to Canada's high immigration targets, including those made under Express Entry programs, according to a CIC report.

And in 2023, Express Entry will change in order to address this.


Before long, the IRCC will have the ability to give ITAs to candidates who have specific instructive foundations, proficient foundations, or language abilities and who are appropriate to help the Canadian economy and workforce. Since there might be designated draws that give different qualities more noteworthy weight, this change will affect how significant a high CRS is for competitors.

Sharp rise in invitations to PR in the most recent Express Entry draw

3,750 individuals received invitations to apply for permanent residency as a result of Canada's IRCC's most recent Express Entry draw, an increase of 500 invitations from the prior draw. Ever since they started up again on July 6, this was the seventh all-program draw.

Also read:

How to Create a Canadian Express Entry Profile?

Migrate to Canada through Express Entry and Calculate Your CRS Points

Invitations were sent to qualified applicants from the Canadian Experience Class (CEC), Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP), and Federal Skilled Trades Program (FSTP), which are all Express Entry-compatible programs, as this was an all-program draw for IRCC. A Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score of at least 504 was required.

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Everything you need to know regarding the most recent draw:

  • For the third consecutive draw, the IRCC sent out exactly 500 more invitations than the previous draw.
  • The August 31 draw invited 2,750 participants, whereas the September 14 draw accepted 3,250 candidates.
  • It is also the lowest minimum CRS since all program draws started after Express Entry reopened. Since 557 on July 6, CRS scores have been dropping incrementally.
  • Scores dropped by eight or nine points for each of the first five draws. Only six points were lost in the draw on September 14; the same was true for this week.

Because of an excess of uses welcomed by Coronavirus related travel impediments, all Express Passage program draws were required to be postponed for over a year and a half starting in December 2020. Just candidates from the CEC or Common Chosen one Program (PNP) got solicitations to apply all through the rest. The IRCC additionally quit holding lotteries for the CEC in September 2021.

You can also read the latest Canada Immigration News and Draw Updates here.

Also read:

Canada to end all COVID 19 travel restrictions from 1st October

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