Express Entry

The range of eligible occupations for Express Entry immigration to Canada will expand by November at the latest, as Canada updates its National Occupational Classification (NOC) system. The 16 occupations that will become eligible under Express Entry are: Payroll administrators; Dental assistants and dental laboratory assistants; Nurse aides, orderlies and patient service associates; Pharmacy technical
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The proposed change to Express Entry means that more factors may be considered when inviting candidates. One factor that would likely be used to invite Express Entry candidates is a candidate’s occupation. The idea was discussed in a January meeting with Immigration Minister Sean Fraser, suggesting that the department is strongly considering this option. Inviting
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Canadian immigration has become increasingly difficult for those over the age of 35 since the introduction of the Express Entry system. With Express Entry becoming the most prominent Canadian immigration system, the Express entry pool has become increasingly competitive.  So, how can you immigrate to Canada after 35? For those unfamiliar with Express Entry, it
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Express Entry candidates in certain tech occupations continued to receive the highest number of invitations to apply in 2020. Just as in each year from 2016 through to 2019, candidates in the following three occupations received the most invitations to apply through Express Entry in 2020: Software engineers and designers (NOC 2173) Information systems analysts
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In 2020, Indian citizens received the highest number of Express Entry Invitations to Apply (ITAs) — earning a whopping 47 percent of all ITAs issued. Chinese and Nigerian citizens followed, receiving the second- and third-highest numbers.  These figures were released in the 2020 Express Entry Year-End Report, published by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC)
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Canadian immigration programs experienced significant challenges and delays in 2021, as Canada adapted policies in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. For many candidates inside Canada, 2021 offered new immigration programs and policies designed to make it easier for them to stay, but for many candidates outside Canada, the country’s COVID-19 policies excluded them from consideration.
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