Posted on July 21 2022
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After 19 months, Canada resumed all-program Express Entry draws and issued 1,750 invitations to Apply (ITAs) in its second draw held on July 20.
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The minimum score for Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) is 542 points, which is 15 less than a previous draw.
Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) states that the current applications have been following the latest invitations and are getting processed in just six months. Applicants will have a wait of 60-day window to submit their applications.
The following table depicts the current Express Entry draw:
|Date||Number of candidates invited||Minimum CRS score|
|July 20, 2022||1,740||542|
So far, Canada has invited 12,615 invitations this year. These Invitations to Apply (ITAs) are out of two draws which were intended for Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) candidates. IRCC used Canadian Experience Class (CEC) and PNP candidates beating the previous year.
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|Number of invitations||Year|
The new draw has seen a tie-breaking rule that was implemented on December 30, 2021. When one or more candidates have the minimum CRS score, then the Express Entry profiles that have been submitted before this date and time obtain the invitations.
It was the 16th round of invitations using Express Entry system this year and considered as the 227th round on the whole.
Immigration Minister Sean Fraser has declared the backlog of Federal high-skilled application which were piled for nearly 112,000 in September 2021 to 48,000 in March 2022. Though there is a decrease in the piling up of these highly skilled backlogs; but yet it is not resolved.
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