Canada Express Entry - Eligibility Requirements, Latest Draw
Work And Settle In Canada In 6 -12 Months Or Fewer

The Canada Express Entry Program is a points based immigration program for professionals looking to settle in Canada. It awards points to professionals based on skills, experience, Canadian employment status and provincial/territorial nomination. The higher your points, the greater your chances of receiving an invitation to Apply (ITA) for Permanent Residency in Canada. Typically PR applications submitted through this route are processed in 6-12 months or fewer. Take advantage of this lucrative program with Y-Axis. We are the leading authority on Canadian migration and can help you plan every step of your immigration process.

Canada Express Entry Program Detail

The Express Entry program has streamlined immigration for professionals and made the process more transparent. Key details of the program are:

  • This is an online program which has no cap on applicants and is open throughout the year
  • The program applies only to Federal Skilled Worker Program, Federal Skilled Traders Program, and Canadian Experience Class Immigration Program
  • You must submit an Expression of Interest and apply as an applicant under any type of job mentioned in Skill Types 0, A and B
  • Your profile will be evaluated based on points and will be placed in the applicant pool
  • Canadian provinces and employers will access this pool and find talent to meet their needs
  • The highest points holders are sent an Invitation to Apply for PR
  • The number of ITAs issued is based on the Annual Immigration Level
Eligibility For Express Entry Program:

The Canada Express Entry Program relies on a points-based system to evaluate applicants. The main objective of this system is to identify applicants who have the highest chance of succeeding after they migrate to Canada. The points scale has a maximum score of 1200 and evaluates you and your spouse (if any) on your:

  • Age
  • The highest level of education
  • Language skills
  • Canadian work experience
  • Other work experience
  • Skill transferability
  • Other factors

Benefits of the Express Entry System:

One advantage of this immigration program is its transparency. Applicants will know the CRS points they will have to score to be eligible for the Invitation to Apply (ITA) for permanent residence.

Candidates will be aware of the median score they should obtain in order to qualify for the ITA, if they do not make the mark, they can always make efforts to improve their CRS score or consider other CRS options.

They can look at improving their language test results, or on gaining additional work experience, look at options to study in Canada or try for a provincial nomination.

Better prospects for migrants:

Young candidates with a higher level of education, language proficiency in English or French or both or those with Canadian experience (employees or students) have the potential to reach a higher CRS score and get selected through the Express Entry system.

Candidates who manage to get a provincial nomination are eligible for 600 additional points. Those with a job offer in Canada or siblings residing in the country are eligible for additional points.

Steps to apply for the Express Entry Program

Step 1: Complete your ECA

If you have done your education outside Canada, you should get your Educational Credentials Assessment or ECA. The ECA proves that your educational qualifications are equal to those recognized in the Canadian educational system.

Step 2: Complete your language ability tests

The next step is completing the required English language proficiency tests. The minimum score is 6 bands in IELTS equivalent to CLB 7. Your test score should be less than 2 years old at the time of application.

You will have an edge over other applicants if you know French. French language test like the Test de evaluation de Francians (TEF) will prove your proficiency in the language.

Step 3: Create your Express Entry profile

You will have to first create your online Express Entry profile. The profile should include  details about your age, work experience, education, language skills, etc.  You will be given a score base on these details.

If you qualify by getting the required points, you can submit your profile. This will be included in the Express Entry pool.

 Step 4: Calculate your CRS score

If your profile makes it to the Express Entry pool, it is ranked based on the Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score. Criteria such as age, work experience, adaptability, etc. determine your CRS score. Your profile gets included in the Express Entry pool if you have the required CRS score.

 Step 5: Get your Invitation to Apply (ITA)

If your profile gets selected from the Express Entry pool, you will get an ITA from the Canadian government after which you can start the documentation for your PR visa.

Express entry eligibility points calculator:

The eligibility requirement for the Express Entry is 67 points out of 100. You will need to score at least 67 points under various eligibility criteria to apply for your PR visa.  The Express Entry eligibility points calculator is based on the following criteria:

  • Age: You can score the maximum points if you are between 18-35 years. Those above this age will gain lesser points.
  • Education: Your minimum educational qualification must be equal to the higher secondary education level in Canada. A higher level of educational qualification means more points.
  • Work experience: To score the minimum points you should have at least one year of work experience. If you have more years of work experience you will gain more points.
  • Language ability: You must have at least 6 bands in your IELTS equivalent to CLB 7 to be eligible to apply and score the minimum points. Higher scores mean more points.
  • Adaptability: You can score ten points on the adaptability factor if your family members or close relatives are living in Canada and will be able to support you when you move in there. You can also gain points if your spouse or legal partner is ready to migrate with you to Canada.
  • Arranged employment:  A valid job offer from a Canadian employer entitles you for ten points.

You need to have a minimum of 67 points out of 100 to be eligible to apply under the Express Entry program.

The Canada Express Entry process follows a points-based system for classifying applicants seeking to settle in Canada. The points are awarded to clients based on a Comprehensive Ranking System or CRS. Points are given to applicants based on skills, experience, Canadian employment status and provincial/territorial nomination. The higher the points, the greater are the chances of getting an invitation to apply (ITA) for permanent residency in Canada.

Based on the Express Entry points system, every Express Entry draw has a minimum cutoff score. These draws are held at regular intervals. Those applicants with a CRS score equal or above the cutoff score will receive an ITA. If more than one candidate has a score equal to the cutoff score, the one with a long presence in the Express Entry pool will receive an ITA.

Express Entry Draws in 2021

Express Entry Draws in 2021 – as on December 31, 2021 

Total IRCC draws in 2021 so far: 42

Total ITAs in 2021 so far: 114,431 

[Note. PNP nomination = 600 CRS points]

Sl. No. Draw No. Invited Date of Draw Time of Draw CRS cut-off ITAs issued Tie-breaking rule applied
1 #171 PNP January 6, 2021 14:39:02 UTC CRS 813 250 November 2, 2020 at 11:11:52 UTC
2 #172 CEC January 7, 2021 14:15:32 UTC CRS 461 4,750 September 12, 2020 at 20:46:32 UTC
3 #173 PNP January 20, 2021 14:13:12 UTC CRS 741 374 September 5, 2020 at 19:39:04 UTC
4 #174 CEC January 21, 2021 14:22:20 UTC CRS 454 4,626 July 23, 2020 at 17:32:00 UTC
5 #175 PNP February 10, 2021 14:31:18 UTC CRS 720 654 August 14, 2020 at 06:51:00 UTC
6 #176 CEC February 13, 2021 11:56:56 UTC CRS 75 27,332 September 12, 2020 at 15:31:40 UTC
7 #177 PNP March 08, 2021 13:53:21 UTC CRS 739 671

February 16, 2021 at 19:10:25 UTC

8 #178 PNP March 17, 2021 11:49:48 UTC CRS 682 183 March 04, 2021 at 16:56:20 UTC
9 #179 CEC March 18, 2021 11:30:56 UTC CRS 449 5,000

February 19, 2021 at 15:59:57 UTC

10 #180 PNP March 31, 2021 11:21:22 UTC CRS 778 284 March 16, 2021 at 16:09:32 UTC
11 #181 CEC April 1, 2021 11:04:53 UTC CRS 432 5,000 February 16, 2021 at 09:51:22 UTC
12 #182 PNP April 14, 2021 11:01:51 UTC CRS 753 266 March 01, 2021 at 15:22:18 UTC
13 #183 CEC April 16, 2021 21:35:52 UTC CRS 417 6,000

March 01, 2021 at 19:53:46 UTC

14 #184 PNP April 28, 2021 11:00:02 UTC CRS 717 381 March 16, 2021 at 21:20:50 UTC
15 #185 CEC April 29, 2021 10:34:05 UTC CRS 400 6,000

April 24, 2021 at 15:24:49 UTC

16 #186 PNP May 12, 2021 10:28:53 UTC CRS 752 557 April 29, 2021 at 10:18:12 UTC
17 #187 CEC May 13, 2021 16:50:04 UTC CRS 401 4,147 April 29, 2021 at 11:48:14 UTC
18 #188 CEC May 20, 2021 10:10:54 UTC CRS 397 1,842 April 24, 2021 at 12:09:24 UTC
19 #189 PNP May 26, 2021 10:41:44 UTC CRS 731 500 April 06, 2021 at 09:50:14 UTC
20 #190 CEC May 31, 2021 13:19:23 UTC CRS 380 5,956 May 31, 2021 at 13:19:23 UTC
21 #191 PNP June 9, 2021 13:16:30 UTC CRS 711 940 February 16, 2021 at 09:06:30 UTC
22 #192 CEC June 10, 2021 05:45:14 UTC CRS 368 6,000 April 28, 2021 at 05:45:14 UTC
23 #193 PNP June 23, 2021 15:41:38 UTC CRS 742 1,002 February 18, 2021 at 04:04:56 UTC
24 #194 CEC June 24, 2021 14:39:59 UTC CRS 357 6,000 February 17, 2021 at 10:15:50 UTC
25 #195 PNP July 7, 2021 13:17:37 UTC CRS 760 627 June 14, 2021 at 07:44:05 UTC
26 #196 CEC July 8, 2021 14:02:45 UTC CRS 369 4,500 June 10, 2021 at 22:46:37 UTC
27 #197 PNP July 21, 2021 13:01:45 UTC CRS 734 462 April 11, 2021 at 10:56:32 UTC
28 #198 CEC July 22, 2021 14:02:32 UTC CRS 357 4,500 February 14, 2021 at 09:04:15 UTC
29 #199 PNP August 4, 2021 13:33:36 UTC CRS 760 512 March 5, 2021 at 22:38:31 UTC
30 #200 CEC August 5, 2021 13:11:37 UTC CRS 404 3,000 August 3, 2021 at 05:39:26 UTC
31 #201 PNP August 18, 2021 14:10:39 UTC CRS 751 463 April 13, 2021 at 16:29:29 UTC
32 #202 CEC August 19, 2021 13:25:22 UTC CRS 403 3,000 August 01, 2021 at 10:13:57 UTC
33 #203 PNP September 1, 2021 13:34:47 UTC CRS 764 635 April 12, 2021 at 12:21:45 UTC
34 #204 CEC September 14, 2021 13:06:02 UTC CRS 462 2,000 September 11, 2021 at 10:55:43 UTC
35 #205 PNP September 15, 2021 14:59:17 UTC CRS 732 521 February 24, 2021 at 10:46:54 UTC
36 #206 PNP September 29, 2021 13:17:49 UTC CRS 742 761 July 29, 2021 at 09:45:29 UTC
37 #207 PNP October 13, 2021 13:13:38 UTC CRS 720 681 March 16, 2021 at 07:53:28 UTC
38 #208 PNP October 27, 2021 13:32:26 UTC CRS 744 888 October 7, 2021 at 16:38:21 UTC
39 #209 PNP November 10, 2021 17:02:21 UTC CRS 685 775 November 10, 2021 at 17:02:21 UTC
40 #210 PNP November 24, 2021 14:01:44 UTC CRS 737 613 November 24 2021 at 14:01:44 UTC
41 #211 PNP December 10, 2021 13:53:48 UTC CRS 698 1,032 September 10, 2021 at 16:43:17 UTC
42 #212 PNP December 22, 2021 16:27:24 UTC CRS 720 746 November 24, 2021 at 16:56:42 UTC

Express Entry Draws in 2020

Express Entry Draws in 2020
Total draws: 37
Total ITAs issued: 107,350

Sl. No.

Draw No. Date of Draw Minimum CRS ITAs issued For details
1 #134 January 8, 2020 473 3,400

Canada invites 3400 in the first Express Entry draw of 2020

2

#135 January 22, 2020 471 3,400 Canada invites 3400 in second Express Entry draw of 2020
3 #136 February 5, 2020 472 3,500

New Express Entry draw invites 3500 candidates for Canadian PR

4

#137 February 19, 2020 470 4,500 Canada invites 4500 in the largest ever Express Entry draw
5 #138 March 4, 2020 471 3,900

Latest Express Entry draw invites 3900 for Canada PR

6

#139 [PNP] March 18, 2020 720    668

7

#140 [CEC] March 23, 2020 467 3,232 Canada issues 3,232 invitations in the latest CEC-specific draw
8 #141 [PNP] April 9, 2020 698    606

CRS drops by 22 points in latest EE draw

9

#142 [CEC] April 9, 2020 464 3,294 Government of Canada issued 3,294 ITAs in latest draw
10 #143 [PNP] April 15, 2020 808     118

Latest PNP-specific draw by Canada invites 118

11

#144 [CEC] April 16, 2020 455 3,782 Canada: Latest EE draw has lowest CRS of the year
12 #145 [PNP] April 29, 2020 692    589

Canada invites provincial nominees with the lowest CRS in 2020 so far

13

#146 [CEC] May 1, 2020 452 3,311 Canada Express Entry latest draw has CRS drop further
14 #147 [PNP] May 13, 2020 718    529

Canada invites 529 PNP candidates in latest draw

15

#148 [CEC] May 15, 2020 447 3,371 Canada Express Entry: Lowest CRS in 2020
16 #149 [PNP] May 27, 2020 757    385

Another targeted Express Entry draw by Canada invites 385

17

#150 [CEC] May 28, 2020 440 3,515 CRS drops further in the latest Express Entry draw
18 #151 [PNP] June 10, 2020 743    341

Canada invites 341 EE candidates with provincial nomination

19

#152 [CEC] June 11, 2020 437 3,559 Canada invites with lowest CRS requirement for CEC since 2017
20 #153 [PNP] June 24, 2020 696    392

392 PNP candidates invited in Express Entry latest draw

21

#154 [CEC] June 25, 2020 431 3,508 Canada’s Express Entry invites with the lowest CRS in 2020 so far
22 #155 July 8, 2020 478 3,900

Canada resumes all-program Express Entry draws

23

#156 [PNP] July 22, 2020 687    557 557 PNP candidates receive ITAs in latest Express Entry draw
24 #157 [CEC] July 23, 2020 445 3,343

3,343 CEC candidates receive ITAs in latest draw

25

#158 August 5, 2020 476 3,900 3,900 ITAs issued in another all-program Express Entry draw
26 #159 [FSTP] August 6, 2020 415  250

Rare FSTP-specific Express Entry draw held by Canada

27

#160 [PNP] August 19, 2020 771 600 Canada invites 600 PNP candidates to apply for permanent residence
28 #161 [CEC] August 20, 2020 454 3,300

3,300 CEC candidates invited in Express Entry Draw #161

29

#162 September 2, 2020 475 4,200 Canada holds largest EE draw since February this year
30 #163 September 16, 2020 472 4,200

Latest all-program Express Entry draw issues 4,200 ITAs

31

#164 September 30, 2020 471 4,200 Third consecutive all-program Express Entry draw held by Canada
32 #165 October 14, 2020 471 4,500

Latest Express Entry draw invites 4,500 to apply for Canada PR

33

#166 November 5, 2020 478 4,500 Canada invites 4,500 to apply for permanent residence
34 #167 November 18, 2020 472 5,000

Canada holds the largest Express Entry draw ever

35 #168 November 25, 2020 469 5,000

Express Entry: Another 5,000 invited in all-program draw

36

#169 December 9, 2020 469 5,000 Canada invites another 5,000 to apply for PR
37 #170 December 23, 2020 468 5,000

CRS drops to 468 in latest Express Entry draw

Total ITAs issued in 2020 – 107,350.  
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FAQ
What is the minimum IELTS score required for Canada Express Entry?

The test results score in IELTS is a crucial requirement for creating a profile and submitting Expression of Interest. This is in the Canada Express Entry System. The applicants must have minimum CLB 7 (Canadian Language Benchmark) in the test for English language proficiency. This is as per the Immigration Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC).

What are the documents you must submit with your PR application once you get your ITA through the Express Entry pool?
  • Medical Certificate
  • Police clearance certificate
  • Proof of details about you and your family members- birth certificates, marriage certificate, passport, etc.
  • Proof that you have funds to support your initial stay in Canada with your family members
How many points are required for Canada Express Entry?

Applicants of Canada Express Entry must score at least 67 points out of 100. This is based on their Language Proficiency, Work Experience, Education, Age, etc. Only then they can qualify for the FSWP – Federal Skilled Worker Program under Express Entry. The requirement of 67 points remains unchanged.

These are the criteria and the maximum points you can score under each of them:

Criteria

Maximum points

Age

12

Language proficiency

28

Education

25

Work experience

15

Adaptability

10

Arranged employment

10

What documents are required for Canada Express entry?

Documents are not required to be uploaded while creating a profile in the Express Entry. However, you may need information from a few or all of the below documents:

  • Travel document or passport
  • Results of the language test
  • ECA report (Education Credential Assessment) if
    • You are submitting the application through the FSWP (Federal Skilled Workers Program) or
    • You want to obtain points for education obtained overseas
  • Nomination from a province if you have one
  • Written employment offer from a Canadian employer if you have one

You will have to upload copies of the above documents if you are offered an invitation to apply for Canada PR Visa. Applicants will also have to upload the below:

  • Proof of funds
  • Medical exams
  • Police certificates
How can I apply for Canada Express Entry?

Here are the steps to how to apply for Canada Express Entry:

The Canada Express Entry is a digital system that manages PR Visa applications from skilled workers.

Step # 1: Find out if you are eligible

Score 67 points or higher on selection factors like age, education, work, language, and other adaptability factors.

Step # 2: Prepare the documents

You will require documents such as the results of language tests to demonstrate that you meet the criteria for Express Entry. It takes a long time to get some documents and you must get them ready as soon as possible.

Step # 3: Submit the profile

You will have to offer diverse detail regarding yourself in the Express Entry profile. IRCC will enter you in the pool of candidates if you are qualified. Then it will rank you in the Express Entry pool based on a scheme of points. Your score will be determined by the information you offer in your profile.

Step # 4: Receive an ITA and apply for PR Visa

IRCC will send ITAs – Invitations to Apply to the highest scoring candidates in the pool. You have 60 days for submission of your PR application if you obtain an ITA. The majority of the applications that are complete with all the required documents are processed within six months or even earlier.

Canada offers various immigration programs through which you can apply for a PR visa, the most popular one is the Express Entry program. The Express Entry program for Canada PR has its own eligibility requirements and application procedure.

What is the next step after receiving ITA from Canada through Express Entry?

The applicant who receives an ITA must fill the application forms and upload the required documents. This is according to the checklist issued by IRCC. They must then obtain police clearance, medical reports, and pay the specified fees. The specified funds must be shown by them and the application must be submitted within 60 days.

Should I apply for Canada PR or Express Entry through a consultant or on my own?

You are free to apply for Express Entry or Canada PR on your own. However, there are innumerable pathways for PR, several documents required, and specific rules. It is advisable that you avail services of reputed Immigration Consultants to maximize the success rate of your application  

 

Is IELTS Compulsory for Spouse under Express Entry PR Visa for Canada?

Canada PR Visa does not mandate that the IELTS score of the spouse has to be offered by the applicant. However, if offered, this will incur extra points to the principal applicant.

What does it take to get Canadian PR without a job offer via Express Entry?

The applicant is required to secure at least 67 points out of 100. This is based on diverse factors like Language Proficiency, Work Experience, Education, and Age. Other factors include work experience, study, or close relative in Canada who is a Canadian Citizen or PR Visa holder.

 

Why does Canada accept foreign nationals through express entry?

Express Entry has faster processing times of 6 months or even less for Canada PR Visa applications. It is for skilled overseas immigrants who intend to permanently settle in Canada with family.

Express Entry ensures that candidates who are mainly expected to economically succeed in Canada are able to migrate to the nation. This is rather than those who are just first in the line.

What is the Express Entry System of Canada?

Introduced in 2015, the Express Entry System is the primary source of skilled workers from other countries, also called skilled foreign workers. With a declining birth rate and an aging population, Canada relies heavily on immigrants for its population growth.

The Express Entry System of Canada is for managing the pool of candidates for 3 of Canada’s high-skilled immigration programs that come under the federal government of Canada. These 3 programs are –

  • Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP)
  • Canadian Experience Class (CEC)
  • Federal Skilled Trades Program (FSTP)

Profiles of those candidates that are eligible for either of the programs above-mentioned are placed in the Express Entry pool. Once in the pool, the profiles are allotted points for different factors, such as – age, education, proficiency in the English/French language, experience in skilled work etc. It is on the basis of the points awarded that the profiles are ranked against each other as per the Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS).

Is a job offer compulsory for Express Entry?

No. A valid job offer from an employer in Canada is not required to be eligible under the Express Entry System.

However, do keep in mind that you will get points under the CRS if you have a valid job offer.

How many CRS points do I get if I have a valid job offer?

If you have a valid job offer under the Express Entry, you can get –

  • For NOC 00 jobs – 200 CRS points
  • For NOC 0, A and B jobs – 50 CRS points
How often are the Express Entry draws held?

Typically, regular draws from the Express Entry pool are held every 2 weeks.

If I am selected, how much time will I get to apply?

The Government of Canada has a standard processing time of 6 months for permanent resident applications that are filed through the Express Entry system.

How many will Canada invite under Express Entry in 2020-21?

The target for admission of new permanent residents through the 3 federal high-skilled programs – FSTP, FSWP, and CEC – is 85,800 in 2020, and 88,800 in 2021.

What are the eligibility requirements to become a Canadian citizen?
  • Applicants must have stayed as a permanent resident for 1095 days as a permanent resident in the five years before the date of filing the citizenship application. This need not be a continuous stay.
  • Every day spent by applicants as a temporary resident is counted as half a day before they become permanent residents.
  • This is taken on account when calculating the number of days spent in the country to qualify for citizenship.

Apart from gaining a PR status and staying in Canada as a permanent resident for a stipulated period, the other requirements are:

Applicants must have paid the income tax under the Income tax act for a minimum of three years out of the five years as a permanent resident

They must have good language skills and prove that they can speak English or French fluently. You need to pass a test that will measure your speaking, writing, reading and listening skills in that language.

What is the processing time for Canadian citizenship?

The processing time starts once you submit your application whether online, by mail or in person.

Once your application is submitted, the authorities ensure that you have submitted your responses to all the questions in the form, sent all the required documents and paid the fees. They will then send you the acknowledgement of receipt (AOR). This will contain your unique client identifier (UCI). The AOR is an indication that your letter is ready to be processed.

However, if your application has any missing information, or if certain documents are missing or does not contain the fee receipt then your application will be sent back, and you will have to resubmit it.

Is it possible to have more than one Express Entry profile?

No. To apply for Canada immigration you can have only one profile at a time according to Canadian immigration law. Having more than one profile will not increase your chances of being invited or getting invited under a different program.

Is an Educational Credential Assessment necessary to apply under Express Entry?

In order to gain points for your educational qualification under the Comprehensive Ranking System, you must have:

  • Gained an educational qualification in Canada
  • Have an Educational Credential Assessment (ECA) for your foreign education for your immigration application
Why is it necessary to take a language test for Express Entry even if I can speak native English or French?

A language test is necessary because for immigration, every applicant is assessed by the same standards irrespective of their language of origin, nationality, or ethnicity.

The conditions for the language test include:

  • The candidate must take a standard test that is conducted by an objective third party. This ensures a fair and unbiased assessment of the candidate’s language skills.
  • Native speakers of English language or candidates from an English-speaking country, are also required to take a test. This holds good for those from a French-speaking country, or native French language speakers as well.
  • Candidates will have to submit third-party language results for all programs under Express Entry. The results of the language tests must be included in the Express Entry profile.
  • Language tests are also required for skilled immigration programs
What are the language tests one can take to apply under the Express Entry program?

Canadian immigration authorities accept the following tests for Express Entry:

For English

CELPIP: Canadian English Language Proficiency Index Program – CELPIP-General

IELTS: International English Language Testing System – General Training

For French

TEF Canada: Test d’évaluation de français

TCF Canada : Test de connaissance du français

How can a candidate get more points under Express Entry if they have 2 or more degrees or diplomas?

In order to get the full points for more than one education credential, the following conditions must be met:

  • The candidate must have at least one of the credentials for a program that is 3 or more years in duration
  • The candidate should have a valid educational credential assessment (ECA) for each credential
  • The order in which a candidate completes the credentials does not affect the points

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