Canada’s express entry draw results from June 19, 2020


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In IRCC’s first Express Entry draw in nearly three weeks, the department has issued another 1,499 Invitations to apply (ITAs) to Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) candidates. All ITA recipients from today’s draw had a minimum Comprehensive Ranking System(CRS) Score of 663.

Note: CanadaVisa will update the story if IRCC holds more Express Entry draws in the next week.

Express Entry

Express Entry, the name of IRCC’s application management system for applications to the following three permanent residence (PR) programs, has issued ITA through three different types of draws since June 2023.  

Express Entry is responsible for three economic-class immigration programs:

Three types of IRCC draws are: 

Below, we will explain the differences between these two types of draws.

Draws for General and Program-Specific Express Entry

These two draw types, which prioritize immigration candidates based on their CRS scores*, have been part of IRCC’s Express Entry system since the inception of Express Entry back in 2015.

*CRS scores are the values that IRCC assigns to eligible Express Entry candidates based on human capital factors, including age, education, and work experience (among others). 

The following steps describe the Express Entry process in general and for program-specific draws. 

  1. Candidates must confirm their eligibility for at least one Express Entry program (see the list above).
  2. Eligible candidates create an online profile with IRCC, during which time candidates receive their CRS scores
  3. Wait for IRCC to conduct its next Express Entry draw*

*This is when a candidate will know whether they will receive an ITA. 

Note: To be eligible for an ITA in any given draw, candidates need to have a CRS above the departmental cut-off. It is also worth noting that ITAs are the only way an Express Entry candidate can submit an electronic Application for Permanent Residence (eAPR) to IRCC.

Visit this page for more information about Express Entry. This is a dedicated webpage.

Category-BasedDraws for Express Entry

Category-based draws, which were first conducted in June 2023, were introduced as a way for IRCC to attract Canadian immigration candidates with specific types of work experience and proficiencies.

The targeted categories were chosen by the department based on what the government deemed to be Canada’s most “in-demand” attributes.

In 2024, IRCC has chosen to focus on candidates with the following work experience and proficiencies:

  • Experience in the healthcare industry
  • Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) work experience
  • Trades industry work experience
  • Transport industry work experience
  • Agriculture and Agri-Food industry work experience
  • Strong French language proficiency (defined as a minimum score of 7 in all 4 language abilities* on the Niveaux de compétence linguistique canadiens” (NCLC))

*The four assessed language abilities are reading, speaking, writing and listening

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