Canada’s Latest Express Entry Draw: IRCC Invites 3,200 Candidates | Canada Immigration News

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In an Express Entry lottery for French language proficiency, the IRCC awards 3,200 ITAs, with a minimum CRS score of 420. Find out about the most recent changes.
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In its most recent Express Entry draw, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) has sent out 3,200 invitations to apply (ITAs) to individuals who speak French fluently. A minimum Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score of 420 was required for eligibility.

This draw comes after the IRCC has been very active lately. 920 individuals were called to a Provincial Nominee Programme (PNP) draw on July 2nd, with a higher CRS requirement of 739. Consequently, 3,750 candidates were targeted for healthcare positions and 1,800 candidates for trade jobs in the drawings held on July 5 and July 4.

The IRCC aims to broaden Canada’s immigration pool, which is shown in their strategic emphasis on French proficiency draws. Thirty percent of all category-based selections this year will consist of these drawings, since 15,600 ITAs were granted under this category in 2024.

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