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Canada maintains one of the most favorable immigration policies globally, welcoming over 200,000 new immigrants annually. In a recent international survey, 53 percent of adults from 24 leading countries expressed their willingness to immigrate to Canada. The nation offers an array of Federal and Provincial immigration programs, with the increasingly popular Express Entry system serving as a primary driver of Canadian immigration. Applicants under Express Entry benefit from expedited processing and a more extensive range of accessible occupations. Unlike other programs, there is no cap on the number of applications accepted for processing, ensuring that applicants can apply to Express Entry at any time without concern for program closure or reaching application limits.

Various eligibility criteria exist for immigration programs managed under the Express Entry system, including the Federal Skilled Worker Program, the Federal Skilled Trades Program, and the Canadian Experience Class. Meeting the requirements for one of these categories serves as the primary prerequisite for Express Entry.

The Express Entry process involves two primary steps: 1. Completion of an online Express Entry profile, leading to placement in the candidate pool, and 2. Receipt of an invitation to apply for permanent residence from Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC). Candidates in the pool are ranked utilizing a Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS), which assesses factors such as education, work experience, language proficiency, and additional criteria. While inclusion in the Express Entry pool does not guarantee an invitation to apply, successful candidates must fulfill all eligible and admissibility requirements. The highest-ranking candidates are regularly selected from draws and invited to apply for permanent residence. Information regarding results and previous rounds of invitations can be accessed here.

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