IRCC Extends Invitations to 1,000 Candidates in Latest Express Entry Draw

Immigration Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) has invited candidates in the second Express Entry draw of the week. 

The department issued 1,000 invitations to apply (ITAs) in a category-based selection draw for candidates with French-language proficiency

Candidates required a minimum Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score of 470 to be considered. 

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This draw is the second of the week. On, December 6, IRCC invited 4,750 candidates with a CRS score of 561 in an all-program draw.  

The draw was the first Express Entry draw in more than a month. The draw before that took place on October 26 and invited 3,600 candidates with a CRS score of 431 in a category-based selection draw for healthcare occupations.  

On November 14, IRCC tweeted that candidates who had received ITAs in recent draws were unable to upload their final application to the Express Entry profile builder. A follow-up tweet two days later said the problem had been resolved but no reason was confirmed for the longer pause. 

Summary of Express Entry draws since June 2023

DateDraw TypeNumber of ITAsMinimum CRS
Oct 26Healthcare occupations3,600431
Oct 25French language proficiency300486
Oct 24PNP-only1,548776
Oct 10All-program3,725500
Sept 28Agriculture and agri-food occupations600354
Sept 27French language proficiency500472
Sept 26All-program3,000504
Sept 20Transport occupations1,000435
Sept 19All-program3,200531
Aug 15All-program4,300496
Aug 3Trade occupations1,500388
Aug 2French language proficiency800435
Aug 1All-program2,000517
July 12French language proficiency3,800375
July 11All-program800505
July 7French language proficiency2,300439
July 6Healthcare occupations1500463
July 5STEM occupations500486
July 4All-program700511
June 28Healthcare occupations500476
June 27All-program4,300486
June 8All-program4,800486
Source: www.cicnews.com

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