In the 140th Canadian Express Entry draw, the I.R.C.C limited the draw to invite-only applicants with active profiles in the program of Canadian Experience Class (CEC). Applicants in the program of Federal Skilled Worker (F.S.W) and in the program of Federal Skilled Trades (F.S.T) were not counted in this particular draw.
The 23 March 2020 draw observed 3,232 Invitations to Apply (ITAs) announced to C.E.C applicants with a C.R.S score of 467 points or greater. Today’s draw attains only 5 days after the past federal Express Entry draw that was also a program-specific draw to choose applicants with a provincial nomination by Express Entry.
In order to pass in the program of Canadian Experience Class, applicants are needed to have a minimum of 1 year full-time and relevant skilled work experience in Canada. Additionally, C.E.C applicants need to show proficiency in the languages of English and/or French and the minimum required Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) was 7 or greater.
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