|Express Entry Draw:||#265|
|Total Number of Invitations:||3,000|
|Minimum CRS score required:||504|
|Date of Draw:||26th September 2023|
|Program Specified:||No Program Specified|
|Express Entry Draw||Date||Immigration Program||Total Invitations||CRS cut-off|
|#257||11-07-23||No Program Specified||800||505|
|#259||01-08-23||No Program Specified||2,000||517|
|#262||15-08-23||No Program Specified||4,300||496|
|#263||19-09-23||No Program Specified||3,200||531|
|#265||26-09-23||No Program Specified||3,000||504|
The above graph shows the number of invitations issued and the C.R.S. cut-off for Express Entry draws from July 11, 2023, to September 26, 2023, for General Express Entry Draws.
Looking at the recent BC PNP programs, Childcare, Healthcare workers and tech occupations are getting invitations on a priority basis. The provincial government has issued 425 invitations to occupations, as mentioned above, in recent weeks. Candidates who want to choose British Columbia as their permanent residence and apply through express entry should apply through the Express Entry British Columbia (EEBC) Program.
International students looking to get P.R. from a study visa can get assistance from experts at PAIC. Ontario issued 531 invitations through the Master Graduate Stream last week. If you are a skilled worker with a good command of French, you can receive an Invitation To Apply through a French-speaking skilled Worker. Ontario has issued 300 Invitations to French-speaking skilled workers where the eligible candidates must have C.L.B. 7 in French & 6 in English.
Candidates working in P.E.I. on a work permit or Temporary Resident Permit have good news from the latest Express Entry draw from P.E.I. held on 21-09-23. 153 ITAs have been issued to individuals working for a P.E.I. Employer through Critical Worker Stream.
On the #265 express entry draw, the Canadian immigration department sent 3,000 invitations to apply for new immigrants. Canada has invited 84,948 Express Entry candidates through the Express Entry program, including the Canadian Experience Class, Federal Skilled Class, Skilled Trade Class, and the new Category-based occupations.