Canada Express Entry Draw invites 1548 candidates in the latest draw

Canada Express Entry Draw invites 1548 candidates in the latest draw On October 24, 2023, the Canadian government invited 1,548 individuals to apply for permanent residency through the Provincial Nominee Program under the Express Entry system. To be invited, applicants needed a ranking of 1,548 or higher, with the lowest-ranked person having a Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score of 776. In case of ties, they decided based on when candidates submitted their Express Entry profiles, and the cutoff date was set at July 07, 2023, at 07:28:57 UTC. This move is part of Canada’s ongoing efforts to make immigration processes smoother and attract skilled workers to boost the country’s workforce and economy.

Here are the details of the draw:

Category: Provincial Nominee Program
Total invitations issued: 1,548
Draw date: October 24, 2023, at 14:23:38 UTC
Minimum CRS score: 776
Tie-breaking rule: July 07, 2023, at 07:28:57 UTC

Wondering how to apply for Canada’s Express Entry program? Here are the steps:

Initial Assessment: Make sure you meet the work experience, language proficiency, and other requirements for the chosen program (FSWP, FSTP, CEC).

Language Evaluation: Take a recognized language test (English or French) to evaluate your language skills.

Educational Validation: If applying through FSWP, ensure your foreign education is properly evaluated.

Express Entry Profile Creation: Fill out an online profile with details about your work history, education, and language skills.

Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) Evaluation: Get a score based on various factors.

Invitation to Apply (ITA): High-scoring candidates will receive an invitation to apply for permanent residency.

Permanent Residency Application: Submit your application within 60 days of receiving an ITA.

Medical and Security Checks: Complete mandatory medical exams and security checks.

Final Decision and Confirmation of Permanent Residence (COPR): If approved, you’ll get a Confirmation of Permanent Residence (COPR) and must enter Canada before the expiry date.

Following these steps will help you apply for Canada’s Express Entry program smoothly.

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