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Check out the latest developments in Canada's Express Entry draws through this brief video summary.

Canada held two Express Entry draws this week, and Moving2Canada’s Rachel is here to tell you what you need to know about each of them!

Watch our video.

Video Transcription

  • This week, Canada held two Express Entry draws: a general draw and a French-speaking draw.
  • The general draw on March 25, invited 1,980 candidates with a CRS cut-off of 524 points, marking the lowest cut-off of the year
  • Meanwhile, the French-speaking draw on March 26, invited 1,500 candidates with a CRS cut-off of 388 points, the highest cutoff score this year. But, it yielded the fewest invitations compared to similar past draws.
  • This week, General draw CRS scores continued their steady decline, paving the way for future draws to provide opportunities to candidates scoring below 500.
  • Still, try to boost your PR invitation odds by aiming for 500-range scores which will require extra points from language skills, getting a job offer or PNP nomination.
  • Alternatively, consider category-based draws and analyze trends strategically to boost your chances of PR selection.
  • For example, French language draws have particularly stood out since their introduction last summer, issuing an impressive 19,700 invitations. This far exceeds any other category, with healthcare coming in second at 9,100 invitations. 

For deeper insights on the latest Express Entry draws, check out this page with the link in the bio.

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Rachel Dancel

Newcomers Influencer & Video Content Creator
Originally from the Philippines, her immigration journey began as an international student, leading to permanent residency in 2021. Passionate about sharing her immigration experience, she created a YouTube channel during a pivotal time. A visual storyteller, Rachel adds unique perspective to the team as our Video Content Creator. She crafts engaging and informative content to help fellow immigrants navigate their journey to Canada.
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Citation "Express Entry Draw Weekly Recap – March 25 to 29, 2024." Moving2Canada. . Copy for Citation


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