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October 25, 2023

1,548 Candidates invited for PR in Latest Express Entry Draw

On Thursday, October 24, 2023, the latest express entry draw sent out 1,548 invitations to apply for Permanent Residency in a PNP-only round of invitation. In this draw, the lowest CRS cut-off score was 776.

IRCC hasn’t held a PNP-only draw since May of 2023 and the CRS cut-off score of this draw increased by 85 points compared to the last PNP-only draw.

See below the Latest Express Entry CRS Score Distribution

CRS score range Number of candidates
601-1200 1,536
501-600 1,307
451-500 60,587
491-500 4,853
481-490 9,514
471-480 18,836
461-470 15,063
451-460 12,321
401-450 54,565
441-450 11,256
431-440 11,705
421-430 9,926
411-420 10,525
401-410 11,153
351-400 60,378
301-350 31,189
0-300 5,311
Total 214,873

 

See below the CRS Score Trend in 2023

Immigration Program Total
Invitations
Average
CRS Score
Lowest
CRS Score
Highest
CRS Score
Agriculture and Agri-food draw 600 354 354 354
Transport-targeted draw 1,000 435 435 435
Trades Targeted Draw 1,500 388 388 388
Targeted Draw for French Speakers 7,400 430 375 472
STEM Targeted Draw 500 486 486 486
Healthcare Targeted Draw 2,000 469 463 476
No Program Specified 70,625 497 481 531
Provincial Nominee Program 2,848 740 691 791
Federal Skilled Worker 3,300 489 489 489

IRCC has added more occupations to the list of occupations eligible for 50 additional CRS points with a certificate of qualification. See below the complete list of 101 professions that can now receive 50 extra CRS points for a certificate of qualification.

  1. Landscape and horticulture technicians and specialists – 22114
  2. Drafting technologists and technicians – 22212
  3. Electronic service technicians (household and business equipment) – 22311
  4. Industrial instrument technicians and mechanics – 22312
  5. Chefs – 62200
  6. Cooks – 63200
  7. Butchers – retail and wholesale – 63201
  8. Bakers – 63202
  9. Hairstylists and Barbers – 63210
  10. Contractors and supervisors, machining, metal forming, shaping and erecting trades and related occupations – 72010
  11. Contractors and supervisors, electrical trades and telecommunications occupations – 72011
  12. Contractors and supervisors, pipefitting trades – 72012
  13. Contractors and supervisors, carpentry trades – 72013
  14. Contractors and supervisors, other construction trades, installers, repairers and servicers – 72014
  15. Contractors and supervisors, mechanic trades – 72020
  16. Contractors and supervisors, heavy equipment operator crews – 72021
  17. Supervisors, printing and related occupations – 72022
  18. Supervisors, railway transport operations – 72023
  19. Supervisors, motor transport and other ground transit operators – 72024
  20. Supervisors, mail and message distribution occupations – 72025
  21. Machinists and machining and tooling inspectors – 72100
  22. Tool and die makers – 72101
  23. Sheet metal workers – 72102
  24. Boilermakers – 72103
  25. Structural metal and platework fabricators and fitters – 72104
  26. Ironworkers – 72105
  27. Welders and related machine operators – 72106
  28. Electricians (except industrial and power system) – 72200
  29. Industrial electricians – 72201
  30. Power system electricians – 72202
  31. Electrical power line and cable workers – 72203
  32. Telecommunications line and cable installers and repairers – 72204
  33. Telecommunications equipment installation and cable television service technicians – 72205
  34. Plumbers – 72300
  35. Steamfitters, pipefitters and sprinkler system installers – 72301
  36. Gas fitters – 72302
  37. Carpenters – 72310
  38. Cabinetmakers – 72311
  39. Bricklayers – 72320
  40. Insulators – 72321
  41. Construction millwrights and industrial mechanics – 72400
  42. Heavy-duty equipment mechanics – 72401
  43. Heating, refrigeration and air conditioning mechanics – 72402
  44. Railway carmen/women – 72403
  45. Aircraft mechanics and aircraft inspectors – 72404
  46. Machine fitters – 72405
  47. Elevator constructors and mechanics – 72406
  48. Automotive service technicians, truck and bus mechanics and mechanical repairers – 72410
  49. Auto body collision, refinishing and glass technicians and damage repair estimators – 72411
  50. Oil and solid fuel heating mechanics – 72420
  51. Appliance servicers and repairers – 72421
  52. Electrical mechanics – 72422
  53. Motorcycle, all-terrain vehicle and other related mechanics – 72423
  54. Other small engine and small equipment repairers – 72429
  55. Crane operators – 72500
  56. Water well drillers – 72501
  57. Other technical trades and related occupations – 72999
  58. Concrete finishers – 73100
  59. Tilesetters – 73101
  60. Plasterers, drywall installers and finishers and lathers – 73102
  61. Roofers and shinglers – 73110
  62. Glaziers – 73111
  63. Painters and decorators (except interior decorators) – 73112
  64. Floor covering installers – 73113
  65. Residential and commercial installers and servicers – 73200
  66. General building maintenance workers and building superintendents – 73201
  67. Pest controllers and fumigators – 73202
  68. Other repairers and servicers – 73209
  69. Transport truck drivers – 73300
  70. Bus drivers, subway operators and other transit operators – 73301
  71. Railway and yard locomotive engineers – 73310
  72. Railway conductors and brakemen/women – 73311
  73. Heavy equipment operators – 73400
  74. Printing press operators – 73401
  75. Drillers and blasters – surface mining, quarrying and construction – 73402
  76. Supervisors, logging and forestry – 82010
  77. Supervisors, mining and quarrying – 82020
  78. Contractors and supervisors, oil and gas drilling and services – 82021
  79. Agricultural service contractors and farm supervisors – 82030
  80. Contractors and supervisors, landscaping, grounds maintenance and horticulture services – 82031
  81. Underground production and development miners – 83100
  82. Oil and gas well drillers, servicers, testers and related workers – 83101
  83. Logging machinery operators – 83110
  84. Fishing masters and officers – 83120
  85. Fishermen/women – 83121
  86. Supervisors, mineral and metal processing – 92010
  87. Supervisors, petroleum, gas and chemical processing and utilities – 92011
  88. Supervisors, food and beverage processing – 92012
  89. Supervisors, plastic and rubber products manufacturing – 92013
  90. Supervisors, forest products processing – 92014
  91. Supervisors, textile, fabric, fur and leather products processing and manufacturing – 92015
  92. Supervisors, motor vehicle assembling – 92020
  93. Supervisors, electronics and electrical products manufacturing – 92021
  94. Supervisors, furniture and fixtures manufacturing – 92022
  95. Supervisors, other mechanical and metal products manufacturing – 92023
  96. Supervisors, other products manufacturing and assembly – 92024
  97. Power engineers and power systems operators – 92100
  98. Water and waste treatment plant operators – 92101
  99. Central control and process operators, mineral and metal processing – 93100
  100. Central control and process operators, petroleum, gas and chemical processing – 93101
  101. Pulping, papermaking and coating control operators – 93102

We expect to see more express entry draws this week from IRCC.

Need help creating an express entry or a provincial nomination profile, preparing your application after receiving an invitation to apply or even just reviewing an application you prepared yourself? Send us an email on info@eseumohimmigration.com

 

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