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November 19, 2022

List of Express Entry 2023 updates and its impact on students

 Express Entry 2023 update and latest changes such as what to expect in the coming year . Express Entry is the name of the Canadian immigration system that is used to bring in skilled foreign workers, however, Express Entry 2023 has announced some changes which are discussed below.

Express Entry is the dominant method for inviting skilled workers to Canada through different programs which are:

  1. The Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP)
  2. The Canadian Experience Class (CEC)
  3. The Federal Skilled Trades Program (FSTP)

Let us now discuss the alterations in the Express Entry 2023 in detail.

 Express Entry 2023 Updates

Canada addresses the country’s labour shortages, which is why IRCC (Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada) intends to conduct changes in the Express Entry 2023 draws.

Furthermore, these targeted Express Entry will deliberately target applicants on the basis of their education, occupation, and language and find the best permanent resident immigrants for Canada who can help to grow the country’s economy in the best possible way.

express entry 2023 updates

In addition, as per Immigration Minister Sean Fraser, the present all-program Express Entry draws are not satisfactory in helping the country to invite foreign workers who have the skills which are in high demand in Canada.

Besides, the writing time on the particular occupational, educational credential or language categories that IRCC (Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada) will use is uncertain. IRCC mentions that it aims to consult a large range of stakeholders for informing the new Express Entry categories and for deciding the new format.

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Express Entry shifts focus from CRS score

IRCC (Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada)  will continue to conduct the Express Entry draw for now. Once out of every two weeks, it issues many ITAs to the candidates. Canada issues the PR to the candidates who applied through Express Entry programs: The FSWP, the FSTP or the CEC programs as per their CRS scores.

Furthermore, Canada has been using the CRS (Comprehensive Ranking System) score for a long time to determine the eligibility of Express Entry applicants besides, the hopefuls for Canadian immigrants are ranked on the basis of CRS scores including language proficiency, and Canadian work experience.

In addition, the changes in the Express Entry draw 2023 are that it will shift its focus from CRS (Comprehensive Ranking System) scores, and will conduct draws in a way which allows the country to invite the foreign nationals who have the best skill set in a particular area of the market that helps the country flourish economically.

Lastly, the main reason for these targeted draws is to make the labour market of Canada more powerful and increase the retention rates because immigrants are coming to the places of opportunity in Canada says, Minister Fraser.

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One Reply to “List of Express Entry 2023 updates and its impact on students”

  1. Express Entry updates To Target Certain Occupations In Early 2023 says: December 24, 2022 at 7:54 pm

    […] Express Entry is a system designed to grant Canadian permanent residents to foreign workers. There are three streams under the express entry: […]

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