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IRCC Held Another All Program Express Entry Draw: Invited 4300 Candidates

Recently, Canada released the most recent all-program Express Entry draw for the month of August. In a remarkable milestone, the Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) has once again extended a hand of opportunity to aspiring immigrants through the latest Express Entry Draw. The 262nd draw saw a total of 4,300 invitations being issued to candidates who reached the minimum Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score of 496.

In an all-program draw, the qualifying applicants will receive invitations from the Canadian Experience Class (CEC), Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP), and the Federal Skilled Trades Program (FSTP).

As the number of draws continues to climb, the Express Entry system has consistently demonstrated its efficacy in selecting highly skilled individuals who can contribute significantly to Canada’s growth. The August in 2023 marks the third Express Entry draw, reaffirming Canada’s commitment to monthly invitations for skilled immigrants and families.

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A Quick Overview of Express Entry Draws – August and July


In the month of August, IRCC conducted a category based draw for French-speaking candidates on 2nd of August. The draw invited 800 French-speaking candidates in the targeted draw with a minimum score of 435. On 1st of August, an all-program express entry draw was held inviting 2,000 candidates with a minimum score of 517.

The IRCC organized a series of Express Entry draws in July 2023. On July 13, a draw invited 800 candidates with a minimum score of 505. In a unique move, 3,800 French-speaking candidates were invited on July 11, setting a year-low CRS benchmark of 375. An unexpected July 4 draw welcomed 700 candidates with a record-high 511 CRS requirement. Notably, a July 5 draw prioritized STEM-experienced individuals, while a July 7 selection targeted 2,300 French-speaking candidates with a CRS threshold of 439. The month exemplified Canada’s strategic immigration drive.

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A Global Invitation: Welcoming Talent from Around the World

One of the most remarkable aspects of the Express Entry system is its global reach. Candidates from diverse corners of the world, armed with unique skills and experiences, eagerly await the draw results. With each draw, Canada extends an invitation not only to individual candidates but also to their aspirations, dreams, and potential contributions to the nation’s prosperity.

Express Entry System

Managed by the IRCC. Canada’s Express Entry is one of the iconic pathways to immigrate to Canada. There are three types: one for skilled workers, one for skilled tradespeople, and one for people with Canadian work experience. They pick people from these groups in different rounds, making sure they meet the right eligibility and qualifications in the Express Entry group. It helps make sure the right people get a chance to come to Canada.

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On May 31, 2023, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) established a category-based selection mechanism for Express Entry to guarantee the selection of applicants with particular skills, training, or linguistic abilities. The pattern of these Express Entry draws, which began on June 28, is anticipated to last the entire year. The goal of this policy adjustment is to give priority to jobs that are in great demand in Canada.

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