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Express Entry Immigration Draws
Express Entry is an online application management system which aims to ensure faster processing and better economic outcomes for permanent residence to Canada under federal and certain provincial programs.

Applicants who meet the eligibility criteria will submit a profile in the Express Entry pool, known as an Expression of Interest (EOI).
How does Express Entry work?
Create an Express Entry Profile
Submit the profile in the Express Enty pool
Recieve an invitation to apply
Apply for permanent residence
Express Entry for Skilled Immigration
The Express Entry system manages Skilled immigrant applicants can use Canada's Express Entry system to become permanent residents of Canada. The Express Entry system manages skilled immigration applications and accepts the applications of those who are most likely to successfully settle in Canada and contribute to Canada's economy.

Immigration authorities intend that 80 per cent of applications under the Express Entry system are processed within six months. Further, there is no deadline by which applicants must complete their profiles. There is also no cap on the number of Express Entry applications that will be accepted. However, the numbers selected each year will depend on Canada's annual immigration levels.
    Skilled immigration applicants can use the Express Entry system to apply for permanent residence under one of four economic immigration programs:
    Federal Skilled Worker Program
    Tilda Publishing
    Federal Skilled Trades Program
    Canada Experience Class Program
    Provincial Nominee Program (Certain components)
    Comprehensive Ranking System
    All skilled immigration applicants that are eligible for the Express Entry System will be placed into the pool of candidates. Candidates in the pool are then ranked using the CRS. The CRS is used to determine which applicants in the pool will be invited to apply for permanent residence. The CRS is a points-based system that gives a score to a candidate based on the information in the candidate's profile. These scores allow candidates in the pool to be ranked against each other.
    Applicants are given points based on the following factors:
    Work experience
    Language ability
    Language ability and education of the applicant's spouse or common law partner
    Possession of a job offer supported by a positive Labour Market Impact Assessment
    Possession of a provincial government nomination for permanent residence
    Using these factors, applicants will be given a score out of a maximum of 1,200 points. The highest ranked applicants will be offered an invitation to apply for permanent residence (ITA) during period draws.
    The CRS prioritizes applicants who are likely to successfully settle and have a positive economic impact within Canada. For this reason, having an approved job offer or a provincial nomination for permanent residence will have a very positive impact on an applicant's score.

    Having an approved job offer in a managerial field (National Occupation Classification 00) is worth 200 points, while all other job offers (NOC O, A, B) is worth 50 points. Both points allocations will serve to significantly strengthen a candidate's profile.

    A provincial nomination will automatically result in 600 points being given to an applicant. This allocation of points will almost always guarantee that a candidate will receive an invitation to apply for permanent residence.