Express Entry Draw Nov 25th,2020 - GreenTech Resources

Wait ends! Express Entry Draw #168

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Wait ends! Express Entry Draw #168


Canada has once again started to issue invitations to Federal Skilled Worker Program applicants in the first All-Program Express Entry draw since the pandemic restrictions were put in place!

The latest invitation for Express Entry Draw took place on Nov 25th, 2020, which was the 168th Express Entry Draw. The draw offered 5,000 ITA to those with a cut-off score of 469. This draw was specifically towards candidates who qualify for candidates from the Federal Skilled Worker Program, Federal Skilled Trades Program, (Canadian Experience Class and Provincial Nominee Program were eligible for this round of invitations). This brought the total to 97,350 successful applicants who have received ITAs so far this year!

Canada’s New Immigration Levels Plan to welcome over 4 lakh immigrants per year for next 3 years. Want to find out how you can join them? Let’s take a closer look at how the process works.

What is the Express Entry?

The program was launched in January 2015 to help people apply for Canadian permanent residence, under three categories:

Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP);
Federal Skilled Trades Program (FSTP); and
Canadian Experience Class (CEC)
a portion of the Provincial Nominee Programs

The Federal Skilled Worker Program is for highly-skilled foreign workers, usually with university degrees, diplomas, or certificates, with at least one year of experience (outside Canada) and work in professions such as management, medical, or tech jobs.

Skilled Trades Program is for qualified trades workers and journeymen under one of the following-

  1.                            industrial, electrical and construction trades; ex: Carpenter
  2.                            maintenance and equipment operation trades
  3.                            supervisors and technical jobs in natural resources, agriculture, and related production
  4.                            processing, manufacturing and utility supervisors and central control operators
  5.                            chefs and cooks
  6.                             butchers and bakers

The Canada Experience Class, on the other hand, is for highly-skilled foreign workers with previous Canadian work experience.

Provincial Nominee Programs is something else but there is some part of it called for the express entry class. Ex: SINP

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6 Replies to “Wait ends! Express Entry Draw #168”

  1. I have graduated as a Mechanical Engineer from India with over 5 years of experience in Oil and gas field.

    I have completed my educational credentials assessment.

    Please advise me the best way to apply for PR

    1. Try to score as much as you can in the IELTS exam. Create a CRS profile calculate the score. Express entry has tough competition if your score goes 470+ you can look for that or choose a province according to your NOC. Like Alberta and go PNP.

  2. I live in UAE and I would like to apply for Saskatchewan immigration. What could be the fastest way of getting immigration? I am in construction field and have more then 17 year experience. When is the new draw for express entry?

  3. I am in New Zealand, working in hospitality as a cafe manager. Looking forward to get my pr or at least work visa. I have my family in canada who has their residency.

    1. Don’t worry. We can take care of the whole immigration hassle for you. Please book a consultation through us or call our office numbers to let us help you.

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