Canada Invited 3725 applicants in the latest express entry draw

Canada Invited 3725 applicants in the latest express entry draw On October 10, 2023, the Canadian government did something important. They sent out a total of 3,725 invitations to people, asking them to apply for permanent residence. This was part of the Express Entry Draw #268. These invitations were not just for one specific program. They could be for the Federal Skilled Worker Program, Canadian Experience Class, Federal Skilled Trades Program, or Provincial Nominee Program.

To get one of these invitations, you needed to have a score called the Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score. It had to be 500 or more. The person with the lowest score who got an invitation had exactly 500 points.

Now, here’s something interesting. If more than one person had the same lowest score, they needed a way to pick who got an invitation first. They did this by looking at when these people made their Express Entry profiles. The cut-off time for this was October 2, 2023, at 15:25:30 UTC.

This whole invitation thing shows that Canada really wants skilled and experienced people to come and live there permanently. This helps Canada have a diverse and strong workforce. It’s also a reminder that if you want to get an invitation, you need to keep your Express Entry profile up to date.

Here are some details about this round of invitations:

Category: No specific program
Total invitations sent: 3,725
Date of Draw: October 10, 2023, at 15:49:55 UTC
Minimum CRS Score: 500
Tie-breaking rule: October 2, 2023, at 15:25:30 UTC

Now, if you’re wondering how to apply for Canada’s Express Entry, here’s a simple guide:

Step 1: Check if you’re eligible. Make sure you have the right work experience, language skills, and meet other requirements for the program you’re interested in (like FSWP, FSTP, or CEC).

Step 2: Test your language skills. Take an approved language test in English or French to show how well you can speak.

Step 3: If you’re applying under FSWP, get your foreign education checked.

Step 4: Create an Express Entry Profile. Share your work history, education, and language skills online.

Step 5: Get your CRS score. You’ll get a score based on different factors.

Step 6: Wait for an Invitation to Apply (ITA). If you have a high CRS score, you might get invited to apply for permanent residency.

Step 7: Apply for Permanent Residency. If you get an ITA, submit your application within 60 days.

Step 8: Medical and Security Checks. You’ll need to do some medical exams and security checks.

Step 9: Final Decision and Confirmation of Permanent Residence (COPR). If everything goes well, you’ll get a Confirmation of Permanent Residence (COPR) and must enter Canada before it expires.

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