|Express Entry Draw:||#249|
|Total Number of Invitations:||4800|
|Minimum CRS score required:||488|
|Date of Draw:||24th May 2023|
|Program Specified:||No Program Specified|
On the 13th express entry draw of 2023, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (I.R.C.C.) sent 4,800 ITAs which is 37% higher than the last express entry draw with no specific program. This time, a candidate with the lowest score of 488 will receive an I.T.A. on his I.R.C.C. secure account and over email. The latest C.R.S. score has a rise of 2 points from the last express entry draw with no program specified. All eligible candidates who have applied through any of the Canadian Experience Class, Federal Skilled Worker Class or Skilled Trade program will receive an ITA.
Keeping an update for the latest express entry news would make a perfect express entry profile and will increase your C.R.S. score. You can prepare yourself before and after your arrival in Canada.
S.U.C.C.E.S.S. (Social Service Agency in British Columbia, Canada) has received roughly $12 million in funding to aid in the provision of vital pre-arrival services to new immigrants. Prepare for the opportunities and challenges you may face; pre-arrival settlement programs are essential. They assist immigrants in settling into their new areas and finding employment more quickly by equipping them with the resources they need before they arrive in Canada.
The I.R.C.C. revised the cost of living chart for newcomers to Canada. These figures are revised annually by the federal government and are based on half of the low-income cut-off figures. A candidate for Express Entry may need to change the settlement fund numbers listed in their Express Entry profile in order to maintain eligibility. The deadline for implementing the change is April 25, 2023.
Many foreign-born doctors who wish to immigrate to Canada as permanent residents meet the requirements to apply to the country's federal economic immigration programs through the Express Entry system of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada. However, because of the nature of their jobs, these doctors might have secured employment and/or work experience in Canada that does not satisfy the standards of express entry programs. The new public policy provides exemptions for foreign national physicians whose medical services are reimbursed through public funds, in recognition of the unique situation faced by physicians who are considered self-employed, including those who receive payment under a fee-for-service model or other contractual service arrangements.
On the #249th express entry draw, the Canadian immigration department sent 4,800 invitations to apply for new immigrants. Canada has invited 47,100 Express Entry candidates through the Express Entry program, including Canadian Experience Class, Federal Skilled Class, and Skilled Trade Class. For the upcoming express entry draw, candidates should make their profile stronger by analyzing the latest report and stats from immigration experts.