Canada invited 500 French speaking immigrants in recent draw

Canada invited 500 French speaking immigrants in recent draw

Canada invited 500 French speaking immigrants in recent draw On September 27, 2023, Canada conducted its 266th Express Entry Draw, inviting 500 individuals to apply for permanent residency. What makes this draw special is its focus on welcoming French-speaking immigrants from outside Quebec. The aim is to boost Canada’s economy by attracting more French-speaking people. To be eligible, candidates needed to score at least 472 on the Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS).

Canada is simplifying the immigration process for French speakers because they possess the skills and expertise that Canada requires. During draws like this one, the required scores are usually lower, increasing the chances for more people to receive invitations.

However, it’s not solely about test scores. Canada also values diversity and fairness. They desire individuals from various backgrounds and experiences to come to Canada, bringing their talents to contribute to the country’s economy and enrich its culture.

In this particular Express Entry Draw for French Language Proficiency, 500 invitations were issued with a minimum CRS score requirement of 472. The tie-breaking rule was set for August 16, 2023, at 9:00:14 UTC.

Regarding the CRS score distribution within the Express Entry pool as of September 26, 2023, the candidates’ scores were as follows:

 544 candidates had scores ranging from 601 to 1200.
 2,923 candidates fell within the CRS score range of 501 to 600.
 The largest group consisted of 58,645 candidates with CRS scores between 451 and 500.

In total, there were 214,000 candidates in the Express Entry pool, all vying for the opportunity to apply for permanent residency in Canada based on their CRS scores. This distribution reflects the diversity of candidates with varying CRS scores who are actively seeking immigration to Canada through the Express Entry system.

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Scroll to Top