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    Canada Declares The Latest Express Entry Draw, Invited 589 Candidates

    May 27,2022

    Canada Declares The Latest Express Entry Draw, Invited 589 Candidates

    The latest #223 draw has declared by the Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) on May 25, 2022, at 13:21:23 UTC. A total of 589 express entry candidates have received the invitation from the latest draw. The latest draw cut-off the draw was 741 CRS points. The latest draw has been declared under the Provincial Nominee Program category. That means these 589 candidates have already received the nomination from any of the provinces and as a result, 600 points have been added to their Express Entry profiles.

    Therefore, the actual CRS of the candidates who have been nominated with the lowest score is 141. The number of nominations is proof of the strength of the provincial nominee programs. However, Federal Skilled Workers and Canadian experience class draws are going to restart from July 2022 but the importance of the provincial nomination remains there.

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    Latest Express Entry Draw #223

    • The latest express entry draw is a reflection of a previous couple of months’ provincial nomination draws.
    • There is no major difference seen in the latest draw from the previous draw.
    • The previous draw had invited 545 candidates with 753 CRS cut-off whereas; the recent draw has invited 589 candidates which is 44 more.
    • As far as the CRS cut-off has concerned, the recent cut-off has closed at 753 which is 12 points lower than the last draw.
    • This is the number 11th draw for the year 2022; also, this is the third lowest draw in terms of invitations as well.
    • Moreover, in this entire year, the IRCC has invited more than 1300 candidates each month but this month, they have invited less number of candidates. That is around 1100+.
    • There can be certain reasons for the decline such as,
      • On 22nd April, the Immigration Minister Mr Sean Fraser has announced to resume the FSW & CEC draws.
      • Now there might be only two months waiting would be to see the first FSW & CEC draws.
      • Secondly, since April month there is less number of draws also coming from the provinces, which makes a difference in the number too.
    • The tie-breaking rule for the draw was February 02, 2022, at 12:29:53 UTC. The date states that candidates who submitted their profiles after the given date would not be considered in the latest draw though they have equal or higher CRS.

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    Difference Between Various Economic Class Express Entry Draw

    Basic Eligibility Criteria:

    Canadian Experience Class

    Language Criteria – English or French Language skills:

    • CLB 7 if your NOC is 0 or A
    • CLB 5 if your NOC is B

    Type/Level of work experience:

    Canadian experience in 1 of these NOCs:

    • 0
    • A
    • B

    Amount of work experience:

    One year in Canada in the last 3 years (either combination of full-time or part-time work)

    Job offer: Not required

    Education: Not required

    Federal Skilled Worker Program

    Language Criteria – English or French Language skills: CLB 7

    Type/Level of work experience:

    Canadian or foreign experience in 1 of these NOCs:

    • 0
    • A
    • B

    Amount of work experience:

    One year continuous within the last 10 years (combination of part-time, full-time or more than 1 job in your
    Primary occupation)

    Job offer: 

    • Not required.
    • But you can get selection criteria (FSW) points for having a valid job offer.

    Education:

    • Secondary education required.
    • You can get more selection criteria (FSW) points for your post-secondary education.

    Provincial Nominee Program

    Language Criteria – English or French Language skills: Depends on the Provinces

    Type/Level of work experience:

    Canadian or foreign experience in 1 of these NOCs:

    • 0
    • A
    • B

    Amount of work experience:

    Each provinces has their own criteria for the work experience. However, ususally they follow the basic criteria design by the federal government

    Job offer:  Not required

    Education:

    Usually provinces follow the basic criteria design by the federal government.

    Federal Skilled Trades Program

    Language Criteria – English or French Language skills: 

    • CLB 5 for speaking and listening
    • CLB 4 for reading and writing

    Type/Level of work experience: 

    Canadian or foreign experience in a skilled trade under key groups of NOC B

    Amount of work experience:

    Two years within last 5 years (either combination of full-time or part-time work)

    Job offer: 

    • Required:
    • A valid job offer of full-time employment for a total period of at least 1 year or
    • a certificate of qualification in that skilled trade issued by a Canadian provincial, territorial or federal authority

    Education:
    Not required

    Source:https://www.canada.ca/en/

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