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Canada invites 4250 candidates in the latest all-program express entry draw

Canada invites 4250 candidates in the latest all-program express entry draw

4.250 individuals are invited to apply in Canada's most recent all-program Express Entry draw. Since July 6, this was the eighth all-program draw. On October 12, 2022, Canada hosted its most recent all-program Express Entry draw. Since they resumed on July 6, it was the eighth all-program draw.

4,250 applicants with a minimum Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score of 500 received invites from IRCC. Candidates were eligible to obtain invites from the Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP), the Federal Skilled Trades Program (FSTP), and the Canadian Experience Class (CEC), all of which are Express Entry-accredited programs.

Beginning in December 2020, Express Entry all-program drawings were suspended for a period of more than 18 months. Only candidates from the Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) or the CEC received invitations to participate during the break.

Due to a backlog of applications brought on by COVID-19-related travel restrictions, the draws were put on hold. The IRCC also stopped holding lotteries for the CEC in September 2021.

Lower CRS scores were continued in today's draw. It increases the number of candidates who are qualified to acquire ITAs through Express Entry by reducing the CRS score. Since drawings began again on July 6, this has been the pattern.

The score for that draw was 557, and it dropped by eight or nine points every time for the first five draws. Smaller drops of six points occurred in the two most recent draws on September 14 and September 28.

Expected soon: a new immigration levels plan

As part of the Immigration Levels Plan 2022–2024, IRCC hopes to reach its goal of adding 432,000 new permanent residents. Every year, the IRCC publishes a new plan year that details the estimated number of immigrants Canada expects to receive over the next three years and further breaks it down into each immigration category and program.

The Immigration Levels Plan's express entry goal for 2022 is 55,900 new permanent residents. Through Express Entry programs, Canada has so far accepted just over 28,000 new permanent residents between January and August 31. By November 1 of this year, a new Immigration Levels Plan is anticipated to be released.

Now, medical professionals can apply for Express Entry. A few of the obstacles that prevented physicians from applying for Express Entry programs while they were already temporarily residing and working in Canada have already been addressed by Canada.

Because Canada's medical system frequently operates on a "fee-for-service" approach, which differs from a standard employer/employee relationship, doctors were not qualified. Therefore, technically speaking, doctors are regarded as self-employed. Experience working for oneself that was acquired in Canada is ineligible to be included in an Express Entry application.

Being self-employed alone does not disqualify a candidate. An applicant may still be qualified for an interview if they have at least one year of job experience working abroad or as an employee in Canada.

Upcoming changes to Express Entry

One of the first modifications to Express Entry that will likely last through 2023 is the exclusion of doctors. In contrast to the current system, which issues ITAs to a wide range of candidates solely on the basis of their CRS scores, Bill C-19, which received Royal Assent in Parliament in June, will give IRCC more authority to target Express Entry candidates based on specific work experience, education, or language abilities.

The Canadian Experience Class (CEC), the Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP), and the Federal Skilled Trades Program all use Express Entry as their applicant management system (FSTP). Candidates for the Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) in the Express Entry pool are currently qualified for at least one of these programs.

The Comprehensive Ranking Method (CRS), a points-based system used by Express Entry, ranks candidate profiles. The highest-scoring applicants are given the Invitation to Apply (ITA), after which they can submit a permanent residency application.

An IRCC official examines the application once the candidate submits it and determines whether or not to approve the candidate. In addition to requesting biometrics, the officer could schedule an interview or ask for other paperwork. The applicant will then be a permanent resident of Canada and one step closer to obtaining Canadian citizenship if this is successful.

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