There will be a new draw in early July 2022 for applicants in the programs for skilled workers with foreign experience and Canadian Experience Class (CEC) categories. Immigration Minister Sean Fraser announced the statement on April 22, and it would put an end to the months-long suspension of FSW and CEC drawings. Moreover, there has been no CEC or FSW Express entry Program in the country since September 2021. And there have been no CEC or FSW draws since December 2020.
In early July, IRCC will resume Express Entry drawings for FSW and CEC applicants due to this progress in application processing.
The Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) will likely be over 500 points when Canada Express Entry drawings for FSW and CEC resume in July 2022. Once regular draws begin, it is projected to fall back to pre-pandemic levels during the first several months.
Due to the suspension of the Canada Immigration Express Entry Program in the last years after the Covid-19 pandemic, it has increased to its highest level entries of applicants this year. Many people are looking for ways to migrate to the UK from Dubai or other parts of the world to get work and job opportunities in Canada. For perhaps the first time Express Entry was started in 2015, the pool of applicants reached 200,000 earlier this month.
The criteria of CRS score for the applicants is not easily predictable. The requirements for CRS score for the applicants is not easily predictable.
For further information, you have to wait for the rest of 2022 until Canada Express Entry starts drawing resumes.
It takes six months after applying for the Canada Express Entry Program to get a permanent residency visa UK. Not all cases, however, will move at this pace. If you do not get an invitation, your Express Entry profile will stay active in the applicant pool for one year. If you haven’t heard from us in a year, please re-submit your profile and keep your spot in the collection. Here’s a breakdown of what I mean:
From 2022 to 2024, Canada is predicted to receive more than 1.3 million new citizens. It’s the most since the country began disclosing immigration objectives in 2006.
Efforts to clear backlogs from the pandemic have led to a reduction in Express Entry admissions for 2022. However, Express Entry is expected to accept more than 111,000 immigrants in a single year by 2024, the most significant amount ever. If this goal is met, Express Entry will once again be Canada’s primary source of economic immigration.