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Upcoming Express Entry Next Draw Prediction 2022

The result of the Express Entry Draw always brings huge curiosity and excitement among the applicants. Since IRCC is soon resuming its all-program express entry draws from July 6, 2022, the FSW and CEC applicants eagerly waiting in the pool have plenty of hopes.

This time, the IRCC aims to invite applicants based on their ability to meet Canada's economic goals. The upcoming draw is expected to be an occupation-specific draw. It will target applicants based on their job skills and experience instead of their CRS score alone, which might result in a comparatively lower CRS score requirement.

What has been Express Entry Draw Trend so far?

The last all-program Express Entry draw was opened in December 2020. However, due to the global pandemic, the Canadian government had put draws FSW and CEC on hold.

The last all-program EE draw was held in Dec 2020, where IRCC issued 5,000 ITAs to eligible applicants with a minimum CRS score requirement of 468 points. If the IRCC aims to open a similar draw, there would be over 32,000 ITAs issued. Even if the CRS score requirement were as high as 501, the number of ITAs issued would go beyond 10,000.

Will CRS cut-off drop further?

In an interview with the Canadian Bar Association in Jan 2022, Canada's Immigration Minister confirmed that Canada is planning to move to occupation in-demand Express Entry draws in 2022. For this reason, IRCC is most likely to target occupations instead of the CRS score alone in the upcoming all-program EE draw for FSW and CEC candidates.

Understanding Express Entry Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS)

It is a merit-based selection system used by the Immigration, Refugee, Citizenship Canada (IRCC). The Canada's immigration  authority assign a CRS score out of 1200 to each applicant who enters the Express Entry pool under all three programs, including the Federal Skilled Worker Program, Federal Skilled Trades Program and Canadian Experience Class.

Point Allocation under Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS)

In order to rank candidates, the IRCC assigns a CRS score to each applicant in the EE pool out of 1200, which includes:

  • Core: Up to 600 points
  • Skills and experience factors
  • Spouse or common-law partner factors, such as their language skills and education
  • Skills transferability, including education and work experience


  • Additional: Up to 600 points
  • Canadian degrees, diplomas or certificates
  • a valid job offer
  • a nomination from a province or territory
  • a brother or sister living in Canada who is a citizen or permanent resident
  • strong French language skills

If your CRS score is low in Express Entry, you can apply to a Provincial Nominee Program and increase your CRS point score by 600 CRS points.

To get complete assistance concerning applying for Canada PR and increasing your point score through the best PNP, you may contact Visas Avenue- the trusted Immigration Advisor for Canada.

To start your process with the VA team, you may call on Toll-Free No. 78-18-000-777 or fill out the Free Assessment form to get a call back from the expert.

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