Canadian Experience Class draw

Canada invited 2,000 Canadian Experience Class candidates | CRS: 462

Today, Canada held the first Canadian Experience Class draw of September. A total of 2,000 Express Entry candidates were invited to apply for permanent residence.

The Comprehensive Ranking Score requirement (CRS) for this draw was 462. The cutoff score was higher than the previous CEC Express Entry Draw: 403.  It is important to note that, in this round, the tie-break rule applied to candidates who submitted their profiles before September 11, 2021, at 10:55:43 UTC.

The tie-break rule explains that if more than one candidate has the lowest score, the cut-off is based on the date and time they submitted their EE profiles.

Usually, IRCC holds a CEC draw (Thursdays) after a PNP draw (Wednesdays). However, the CEC draw expected on September 2 did not come.

What is Express Entry?

Express Entry is an online application system by IRCC that covers the following immigration options: Federal Skilled Worker Class (FWSC), Canadian Experience Class (CEC), and Federal Skilled Trades Class (FSTC). If you are not familiar with these options, please click the links and read the relevant articles. Regardless, you may also find the following articles helpful.

Who is eligible for a Canadian Experience Class draw?

To be eligible for the Canadian Experience Class, candidates must have completed at least one year of Canadian work experience in a skilled occupation. Also, they must have completed the work experience with valid authorization within the past three years prior to applying. In addition, they must score at least a Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) 5 or 7 on each area on one of the official language exams, depending on the skill type of the Canadian work. Read more here.

Who is not eligible?

You are not eligible for the Canadian Experience Class if you’re a refugee claimant in Canada, you’re working without authorization, or your work experience was gained without temporary resident status in Canada.

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