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Express Entry candidates with tech experience eligible for Ontario draw

The Government of Ontario has announced plans to target experienced tech workers who are registered in the Express Entry system, for a new provincial immigration draw. The selected candidates will have a pathway to permanent residence.

The draw will be targeted to Express Entry candidates who have work experience in six tech-related occupations, through the current Human Capital Priorities Stream.

Express Entry candidates and ranked based on their CRS (Comprehensive Ranking System), which is based on several factors such as language skills, education, etc.

Express Entry candidates who have a provincial nomination receive 600 additional points, thus guaranteeing permanent residence.

Ontario is the top choice of new immigrants to Canada, as 65% of newcomers chose the province as their choice of settlement.

To be eligible for the OINP (Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program) tech draw, individuals must create an Express Entry profile.

Tech draws will reflect employer needs

Tech draws have been a recent immigration trend for Ontario, due to an ongoing shortage of tech workers in major tech-hubs such as Waterloo, Toronto, and Ottawa.

It is reported that up to 220,000 skilled workers are needed for Canada’s technology sector by 2021.

OINP will search for Express Entry profiles that meet the following occupations:

  • Software engineers and designers (NOC 2173)
  • Computer programmers and interactive media developers (NOC 2174)
  • Computer engineers (NOC 2147)
  • Web designers and developers (NOC 2175)
  • Database analysts and data administrators (NOC 2172)
  • Computer and information systems managers (NOC 0213)

Job offers are not required in order to be eligible. As well, the Human Capital Priorities Stream has in the past invited candidates with lower than average CRS scores.

Selected candidates will receive a Notification of Interest from the OINP, and will need to apply by 45 days.

For more information on how to be eligible for tech draws, contact Green Light Canada.

 

 

 

 

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Candidates with CRS score as low as 301 receive Express Entry invitations from Alberta

Alberta has invited 197 Express Entry candidates who have a score as low as 301 to apply for a provincial nomination for permanent residence.

The draw was done through the Alberta Express Entry Stream, held on May 15. The Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program (AINP) published the draw results.

The AINP is a provincial nominee program, designed to serve the economic needs of the province.

The Alberta Express Entry Stream is a new program established in 2018, and allows the AINP search the federal Express Entry system for candidates who meet their requirements.

Eligible candidates in the Express Entry system are assigned a score by the Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS). Those with the highest scores are invited for permanent residence through regular draws from the pool.

Express Entry candidates who have a provincial nomination receive 600 additional points, guaranteeing them an invitation for permanent residence.

Through this stream, 3,554 Express Entry candidates have been invited to apply for a provincial nomination.

Express Entry candidates who wish to be eligible for the Alberta Express Entry Stream must have a CRS score of at least 300, and be working in an occupation that is in-demand in Alberta’s economy, in order to be considered for an invitation from the AINP.

The AINP has not released the occupations that are eligible.

The AINP gives priority to those who:

  • Have a job offer in Alberta, or work experience in the province
  • Graduated from a post-secondary institution, and have a job offer
  • Have a parent, child or sibling living in Alberta

So far in 2019, the Alberta Express Entry Stream has held 15 draws, 7 of which had a minimum score requirement that ranged from 300 to 302.

In comparison, a recent federal Express Entry draw, where the lowest score drawn was 438.

For more information on immigrating to Alberta, contact Green Light Canada.

 

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First quarter of 2019 sees Express Entry issues over 20,000 invitations for permanent residence

Express Entry, Canadian’s federal immigration stream, has issued 21,200 invitations for permanent residence during the first quarter of 2019, surpassing the first quarter of 2018 by 3,700 invitations.

2018 set the record for most Invitations to Apply (ITAs) issued ever issued since Express Entry was introduced in 2015, with 89,800. 2019 is expected to be an even bigger year for immigration, as part of the federal government’s three-year immigration plan.

The plan includes rising annual immigration target, peaking with 350,000 admissions in 2021. These higher admission targets means more ITAs may be issued in 2019 than ever before.

The federal government uses Express Entry as their primary immigration stream for several programs, mostly for skilled workers. They are assessed and chosen using the Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS).

The Government of Canada regularly conducts draws where a pool of eligible candidates with the highest scores are invited to apply for permanent residence.

2019 saw the largest-ever first draw of a year, since Express Entry began in 2015.

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Lowest minimum CRS required since 2017

The first quarter of 2019, the minimum CRS score required dropped to 438, the lowest seen since 2017, when it was 436.

CRS score requirement can depend on the time between draws. Less time between draws means less profiles have been submitted into the Express Entry system, which means less high-scoring candidate are entered into the pool. This can result in a lower CRS cut-off at the time of the draw.

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CRS score cut-offs can also depends on the draw size. If IRCC continues to have larger and more frequent draws, then we can expect the minimum CRS requirement to be reduced.

For more information on Express Entry draws, contact Green Light Canada.

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Express Entry №106 – Canada is getting closer to the record

December 12, 2018, the Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) held a new qualifying round for the selection of candidates from the Express Entry system. The government of Canada sent 3,900 invitations to candidates with the highest score. The minimum ranking score (CRS) of this selection remained the same as in the previous round and amounted to 445 points.

In total this year, Canada issued 85,900 ITAs via its Express Entry system. IRCC has already exceeded the goal announced at the beginning of the year to invite 74,900 immigrants in 2018 and is approaching the absolute record of the 86,023 candidates set in 2017. According to a new 2019-2021 Immigration Levels Plan, in 2019, Canada intends to invite 81,400 immigrants via Express Entry.

Results of the recent Express Entry draws

  • Draw #106 – Dec 12, 2018 – 445 points
  • Draw #105 – Nov 28, 2018 – 445 points
  • Draw #104 – Nov 15, 2018 – 449 points
  • Draw #103 – Oct 30, 2018 – 442 points
  • Draw #102 – Oct 15, 2018 – 440 points
  • Draw #101 – Oct 3, 2018 – 445 points
  • Draw #100 – Sep 24, 2018 – 284 points (this round was aimed solely on the candidates in the Federal Skilled Trades)
  • Draw #99 – Sep 19, 2018 – 441 points
  • Draw #98 – Sep 5, 2018 – 440 points

Express Entry is an online selection system for Canadian immigration, designed to select skilled workers for immigration to Canada. Foreign nationals can immigrate through one of the Federal programs such as the Federal Skilled Worker Program, Federal Skilled Trades Program, Canadian Experience Class, or through the Provincial Nominee Programs.

See also: How to increase your CRS

As of December 7, 2018, the Express Entry system has registered 94,823 profiles of candidates. We remind you that the registered profile is valid for one year. After a year, the profile that did not receive the invitation is automatically deleted, and in order to become a candidate again, you need to create a new profile.

Fill out the online assessment form or contact Green Light Canada to asses your chances for immigration to Canada via Express Entry system. Our experts will help you to immigrate and to fulfill your Canadian dream! Start your immigration today!
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Express Entry Invitation Round #105

On November 28, 2018, the Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) held a new draw of candidates from the Express Entry system. IRCC issued 3900 Invitations to Apply (ITA) to the candidates whose comprehensive ranking score (CRS) was 445 or higher. This round’s lowest CRS is 4 points lower than in the previous round.

In total this year, Canada issued 82,000 ITAs via its Express Entry system. IRCC has already exceeded the goal announced at the beginning of the year to invite 74,900 immigrants in 2018 and is approaching the absolute record of the 86,023 candidates set in 2017. According to a new 2019-2021 Immigration Levels Plan, in 2019, Canada intends to invite 81400 immigrants via Express Entry.

Results of the recent Express Entry draws
  • Draw #105 – Nov 28, 2018 – 445 points
  • Draw #104 – Nov 15, 2018 – 449 points
  • Draw #103 – Oct 30, 2018 – 442 points
  • Draw #102 – Oct 15, 2018 – 440 points
  • Draw #101 – Oct 3, 2018 – 445 points
  • Draw #100 – Sep 24, 2018 – 284 points (this round was aimed solely on the candidates in the Federal Skilled Trades)
  • Draw #99 – Sep 19, 2018 – 441 points
  • Draw #98 – Sep 5, 2018 – 440 points

Express Entry is an online selection system for Canadian immigration, designed to select skilled workers for immigration to Canada. Foreign nationals can immigrate through one of the Federal programs such as the Federal Skilled Worker Program, Federal Skilled TradesProgram, Canadian Experience Class, or through the Provincial Nominee Programs.

The Express Entry system selects candidates based on the Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score for their age, education, work experience, and knowledge of the Canadian official languages.

See also: How to increase your CRS

As of November 23, 2018, there are 96,492  profiles of candidates registered in the Express Entry system. We remind you that the registered profile is valid for one year. After a year, the profile that did not receive the invitation is automatically deleted, and in order to become a candidate again, you need to create a new profile.

Fill out the online assessment form or contact Green Light Canada to asses your chances for immigration to Canada via Express Entry system. Our experts will help you to immigrate and to fulfil your Canadian dream! Start your immigration today!
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Express Entry Invitation Round #103

On October 30, 2018, the Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) held a new draw of candidates from the Express Entry system. IRCC issued 3900 Invitations to Apply (ITA) to the candidates whose Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score was 442 CRS or higher. This round’s lowest CRS is 2 points higher than in the previous round.

In total this year, Canada issued 74,200 ITAs via its Express Entry system. IRCC has almost reached the goal announced at the beginning of the year – to invite 74,900 immigrants in 2018.  Considering that before the winter holidays there are still two months, we expect a few more draws to be held this year, which means that the government will exceed its quota. In 2019, Canada intends to invite 81400 immigrants via Express Entry.

Results of the recent Express Entry draws
  • Draw #103 – Oct 30, 2018 – 442 points
  • Draw #102 – Oct 15, 2018 – 440 points
  • Draw #101 – Oct 3, 2018 – 445 points
  • Draw #100 – Sep 24, 2018 – 284 points (this round was aimed solely on the candidates in the Federal Skilled Trades)
  • Draw #99 – Sep 19, 2018 – 441 points
  • Draw #98 – Sep 5, 2018 – 440 points
  • Draw #97 – Aug 22, 2018 – 440 points
  • Draw #96 – Aug 8, 2018 – 440 points

Express Entry is an online selection system for Canadian immigration, designed to select skilled workers for immigration to Canada. Foreign nationals can immigrate through one of the Federal programs such as the Federal Skilled Worker Program, Federal Skilled Trades Program, Canadian Experience Class, or through the Provincial Nominee Programs.

The Express Entry system selects candidates based on the Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score for their age, education, work experience, and knowledge of the Canadian official languages.

See also: How to increase your CRS

As of October 25, 2018, there are 93,817  profiles of candidates registered in the Express Entry system.

Fill out the online assessment form or contact Green Light Canada to asses your chances for immigration to Canada via Express Entry system. Our experts will help you to immigrate and to fulfil your Canadian dream! Start your immigration today!
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The Results of Express Entry Draw #102

Today, on October 15, 2018, the Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) held a new draw of candidates from the Express Entry system. IRCC again issued 3900 Invitations to Apply (ITA) to the candidates whose Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score was 440 CRS or higher. This round’s lowest CRS is 5 points lower than in the round #101.

In total this year, Canada sent 70,300 ITAs via the Express Entry system. This figure has almost reached the goal announced at the beginning of the year – to invite 74,900 immigrants in 2018. If Canada issues another 3900 ITAs in the next round, this goal will be fulfilled. Also, it is likely that the government will exceed its own quota. According to Statistics Canada, the population of Canada increased by 168,687 people in the second quarter of 2018 and 82% of this number are immigrants. Canada’s goal in 2019 is to invite 81400 immigrants via Express Entry.

Results of the recent Express Entry draws

  • Draw #102 – Oct 15, 2018 – 440 points
  • Draw #101 – Oct 3, 2018 – 445 points
  • Draw #100 – Sep 24, 2018 – 284 points (this round was aimed solely on the candidates in the Federal Skilled Trades)
  • Draw #99 – Sep 19, 2018 – 441 points
  • Draw #98 – Sep 5, 2018 – 440 points
  • Draw #97 – Aug 22, 2018 – 440 points
  • Draw #96 – Aug 8, 2018 – 440 points

Express Entry is an online selection system for Canadian immigration, designed to select skilled workers for immigration to Canada. Foreign nationals can immigrate through one of the Federal programs such as the Federal Skilled Worker Program, Federal Skilled Trades Program, Canadian Experience Class, or through the Provincial Nominee Programs.

The Express Entry system selects candidates based on the Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score for their age, education, work experience, and knowledge of the Canadian official languages.

See also: How to increase your CRS

As of October 11, 2018, there are 92,578  profiles of candidates registered in the Express Entry system.

If you are ready to start your immigration process now, book a consultation at Green Light Canada. The consultation fee is $250 CAD. The cost of the consultation will be included in the full cost of our services. The duration of the consultation is one hour. Our company employs only licensed immigration consultants who are registered with the Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (ICCRC).
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The Minimum CRS Score for Express Entry Draw #99 is 441

Yesterday, on September 19, 2018, the Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) held a new draw of candidates from the Express Entry system. IRCC Issued 3500 Invitations to Apply (ITA). The number of ITAs issued this time was less than in the largest draw in the history of the system two weeks ago when 3900 ITAs were issued. During this summer Canada sent ITAs to 3750 candidates each draw.  This invitation round was 99th since the launch of the Express Entry in 2015.  The minimum Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score of this draw was 441 CRS, one point higher than in the previous round.

In total, this year Canada has already invited 62,100 candidates out of 74,900 planned. This means that another  13,000 candidates will get the ITAs by the end of this year. In 2019, the government expects to invite 81,400 immigrants through the Express Entry system. The minimum CRS required to get an ITA remains stable with minor changes.

Results of the recent Express Entry draws

  • Draw #99 – Sep 19, 2018 – 441 points
  • Draw #98 – Sep 5, 2018 – 440 points
  • Draw #97 – Aug 22, 2018 – 440 points
  • Draw #96 – Aug 8, 2018 – 440 points
  • Draw #95 – July 25, 2018 – 441 points
  • Draw #94 – July 11, 2018 – 442 points
  • Draw #93 – June 25, 2018 – 442 points

Express Entry is an online selection system for Canadian immigration, designed to select skilled workers for immigration to Canada. Foreign nationals can immigrate through one of the Federal programs such as the Federal Skilled Worker Program, Federal Skilled Trades Program, Canadian Experience Class, or through the Provincial Nominee Programs.

The Express Entry system selects candidates based on Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score for their age, education, work experience, and knowledge of the Canadian official languages.

See also: How to increase your CRS

As of September 13, 2018, the Express Entry system registered 90,076 profiles of candidates wishing to immigrate to Canada.

Fill out the online assessment form or contact Green Light Canada to asses your chances for immigration to Canada through the Express Entry system. Our experts will help you to find out all information about immigration to Canada.
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Breaking! IRCC Issues 3900 ITAs in the New Express Entry Draw

Today, on September 5, 2018, the Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) held a new draw of candidates from the Express Entry system. IRCC Issues 3900 Invitations to Apply (ITA), the largest number in the history of the system. During this summer Canada sent ITAs to 3750 candidates each draw.  This is already the eighteenth round of invitations in 2018 and 98th since the launch of this selection system in 2015.  The minimum Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score of this draw was 440 CRS, just like in the previous round.

In total, this year Canada has already invited 58,600 candidates out of 74,900 planned. In 2019, the government expects to invite 81,400 immigrants through the Express Entry system. Despite the increase in the quota in the 98th draw, the minimum CRS remained unchanged. However, we hope for a small decrease in the minimum CRS if the government continues to invite more candidates in the following rounds of invitations.

Results of the recent Express Entry draws

  • Draw #98 – Sep 5, 2018 – 440 points
  • Draw #97 – Aug 22, 2018 – 440 points
  • Draw #96 – Aug 8, 2018 – 440 points
  • Draw #95 – July 25, 2018 – 441 points
  • Draw #94 – July 11, 2018 – 442 points
  • Draw #93 – June 25, 2018 – 442 points

Express Entry is an online selection system for Canadian immigration, designed to select skilled workers for immigration to Canada. Foreign nationals can immigrate through one of the Federal programs such as the Federal Skilled Worker Program, Federal Skilled Trades Program, Canadian Experience Class, or through the Provincial Nominee Programs.

The Express Entry system selects candidates based on Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score for their age, education, work experience, and knowledge of the Canadian official languages.

See also: How to increase your CRS

As of August 30, 2018, the Express Entry system registered 89,137  profiles of candidates wishing to immigrate to Canada.

Fill out the online assessment form or contact Green Light Canada to asses your chances for immigration to Canada through the Express Entry system. Our experts will help you to find out all information about immigration to Canada.

 

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Express Entry: Trends of Summer 2018

On August 22, 2018, the Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) held a new draw of candidates from the Express Entry system. This is already the seventeenth round of invitations in 2018 and 97th since the launch of this selection system in 2015. IRCC again sent Invitations to Apply (ITA) to 3750 candidates. It seems like this was the last round of invitations in summer 2018. In the remaining week of August, there will be no more draws and the next candidates will get the ITAs in early September. Thus, Green Light Canada provides a brief overview of the Express Entry results of this summer.

Today, IRCC again sent ITAs to 3,750 candidates. The lowest Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score of this draw was 440 CRS. This is the third time of the lowest CRS in 2018. The same lowest score was also shown on May 23, 2018, and August 8, 2018.

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In the last six rounds of invitations, Canada invited 3,750 candidates each draw. Our consultants are convinced that this quota per one draw will remain a regular number. The total number of candidates from the Express Entry pool who received ITA during this summer is 22,500. The Canadian government continues to invite the maximum possible number of immigrants each draw. During the summer, the lowest CRS has dropped to 440.

In total, this year Canada has already invited 54,700 candidates out of 74,900 planned. In 2019, the government expects to invite 81,400 immigrants through the Express Entry system.

See also: How to increase your CRS

Express Entry is an online selection system for Canadian immigration, designed to select skilled workers for immigration to Canada. Foreign nationals can immigrate through one of the Federal programs such as the Federal Skilled Worker Program, Federal Skilled Trades Program, Canadian Experience Class, or through the Provincial Nominee Programs.

The Express Entry system selects candidates based on Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score for their age, education, work experience, and knowledge of the Canadian official languages.

As of August 16, 2018, there are 88,215 profiles in the Express Entry system.

Fill out the online assessment form or contact Green Light Canada to asses your chances for immigration to Canada through the Express Entry system. Our immigration consultants will help you find out all information about immigration to Canada.
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Express Entry: New Invitation Round Results of August 8, 2018

On August 8, 2018, the Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) held a new draw of candidates from the Express Entry system. This is already the sixteenth round of invitations in 2018 and 96th since the launch of this selection system in 2015. IRCC again sent Invitations to Apply (ITA) to 3750 candidates. It seems that it is going to be a standard number for each round. The minimum Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score of this draw was 440 CRS. This is the lowest score in 2018. The same lowest score was also shown on May 23, 2018.

The new draw was the fifth draw in which 3,750 candidates received ITAs. Thus, the total number of candidates from the pool who received ITA during this summer has already reached 18,750. The Canadian government continues to invite the maximum possible number of immigrants each draw. Since the quota has increased to 3750 ITA per one invitation round, the minimum CRS score continues to remain in the range of 440-450.

Results of Express Entry draws in Summer 2018:

  • Draw #96 – Aug 8, 2018 – 440 points
  • Draw #95 – July 25, 2018 – 441 points
  • Draw #94 – July 11, 2018 – 442 points
  • Draw #93 – June 25, 2018 – 442 points
  • Draw #92 – June 13, 2018 – 451 points

In total, this year Canada has already selected 50,950 candidates out of 74,900 planned. In 2019, the government expects to invite 81,400 immigrants through the Express Entry system.

Express Entry is an online selection system for Canadian immigration, designed to select skilled workers for immigration to Canada. Foreign nationals can immigrate through one of the Federal programs such as the Federal Skilled Worker Program, Federal Skilled Trades Program, Canadian Experience Class, or through the Provincial Nominee Programs.

The Express Entry system selects candidates based on Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score for their age, education, work experience, and knowledge of the Canadian official languages.

As of August 1, 2018, the Express Entry system registered 87,573 profiles of candidates wishing to immigrate to Canada.

Fill out the online assessment form or contact Green Light Canada Global Mobility Solutions to asses your chances for immigration to Canada through the Express Entry system. Our immigration consultants will help you find out all information about immigration to Canada.
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Express Entry: New Invitation Round Results of July 25, 2018

Today, on July 25th, 2018, the Government of Canada held a new draw of candidates from the selection pool of the Express Entry system. This is already the fifteenth round of invitations in 2018 and 95th since the launch of this selection system in 2015. Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) sent Invitations to Apply (ITA) to 3750 candidates. The minimum Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score of this draw was 441 CRS.

Today’s draw was the fourth draw in which 3,750 candidates received ITAs. Thus, the total number of candidates from the pool who received ITA in the past two months has already reached 15,000. The Canadian government continues to invite the maximum possible number of immigrants each draw. Since the quota has increased to 3750 ITA per one invitation round, the minimum CRS score continues to remain in the range of 440-450.

Results of Express Entry draws in Summer 2018:

  • Draw #95 – July 25, 2018 – 441 points
  • Draw #94 – July 11, 2018 – 442 points
  • Draw #93 – June 25, 2018 – 442 points
  • Draw #92 – June 13, 2018 – 451 points

In total, this year Canada has already selected 47,200 candidates out of 74,900 planned. In 2019, the government expects to invite 81,400 immigrants through the Express Entry system.

Express Entry is an online selection system for Canadian immigration, designed to select skilled workers for immigration to Canada. Foreign nationals can immigrate through one of the Federal programs such as the Federal Skilled Worker Program, Federal Skilled Trades Program, Canadian Experience Class, or through the Provincial Nominee Programs.

The Express Entry system selects candidates based on Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score for their age, education, work experience, and knowledge of the Canadian official languages.

As of July 19, 2018, the Express Entry system registered 87,350 profiles of candidates wishing to immigrate to Canada.

Fill out the online assessment form or contact Green Light Immigration to asses your chances for immigration to Canada through the Express Entry system. Our immigration consultants will help you find out all information about immigration to Canada.
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Express Entry: Immigration Trends of The First Half of 2018

Statistics Canada says that Canada’s population has exceeded 37 million in the first four months of this year. It took two years and two months for the Canadian population to rise from 36 million to 37 million. Immigration is the main source for that increase since most of the newcomers arrive in Canada through the Federal Express Entry system. The first half of 2018 is almost over, and it is a good time to sum-up and analyze the Express Entry trends.

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In October 2017, Canada announced the plans to gradually increase the number of immigrants from 300,000 in 2018 to 340,000 in 2020. As for the Express Entry, the Government’s target for 2018 was 74,900 admissions through the three economic immigration classes — the Federal Skilled Worker Class, the Federal Skilled Trades Class, and the Canadian Experience Class.

Since the beginning of 2018, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) held 13 Express Entry draws among which (on May 30) there was only one designed for specific Provincial Programs and the Federal Skilled Trades Class, during which 700 invitations to apply were issued. Meanwhile, the other 12 draws show the execution of the declared goals. For instance, in January, in each draw, there were 2,750 ITAs issued. The number was increased to 3,000 during February and March. In April it reached 3,500 ITAs per draw, and finally, in June 3,750 ITAs have been issued. (See the graph below)

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Today, on June 25th, 2018, Canada has issued ITAs to 3,750 Express Entry candidates in a new draw. The cut-off Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score was 442. The large draw size combined with the relatively short duration between draws contributed to the score going down by nine points from the previous cut-off score of 451 in the invitation round on June 20th. The average score to get an ITA remains in the range between 440 to 450 CRS.

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39,700 ITAs were issued as of this moment, meaning that another 40,000 candidates can expect to be invited to immigrate to Canada by the end of 2018.

Fill out the online assessment form or contact Green Light Immigration to asses your chances for immigration to Canada