Canada Express Entry Draw – April 10, 2015
As of January 1, 2015, foreign nationals must receive an invitation from CIC before they may apply to the above programs. Express Entry eliminates the requirement to process applicants in these programs through a first come first serve basis. CIC aims to process 80 percent of complete Express Entry applications in six months or less. Quebec’s economic immigration programs are not managed through Express Entry.
Under Express Entry, candidates who meet the criteria will be accepted into a pool of possible candidates for immigration to Canada. Candidates will be ranked against others in the pool using a point-based system called the Comprehensive Ranking System. Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) will regularly select the highest-ranking candidates from the pool by inviting them to apply to immigrate to Canada as permanent residents.
CIC will invite candidates from the Express Entry pool to apply on a regular basis. Every round of invitations will have a set of instructions the electronic system will use to invite candidates from the pool.
The tables below include the date and time of the round of invitations during 2015 along with the number of candidates that will get an ITA, and if it applies, which specific immigration program(s) are included.
Draws From CIC Express Entry Pool (Updated 4/11/15):
|EE Draw #||Draw Date||Lowest CRS Score Invited||Number of Invitations Issued||Draw Type|
|Express Entry Draw # 1||January 31, 2015||886||779||General|
|Express Entry Draw # 2||February 7, 2015||818||779||General|
|Express Entry Draw # 3||February 20, 2015||808||849||General|
|Express Entry Draw # 4||February 27, 2015||735||1,187||General|
|Express Entry Draw # 5||March 20, 2015||481||1,620||General|
|Express Entry Draw # 6||March 27, 2015||453||1,637||General|
|Express Entry Draw # 7||April 10, 2015||469||925||General|
Number of Invitations to Apply (ITA) Issued:
Minimum CRS Points Required:
* The horizontal line at 600 represents the maximum number of points a candidate can be awarded without obtaining a qualifying job offer from a Canadian employer or a provincial nomination.