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On November 23, 2022, the results of the all-program Express Entry Latest Draw were made public. Since July 6, there have been twelve Express Entry Draws. A total of 4,750 invitations were issued in the latest Express Entry Draw.

The latest cut-off score only came down 3 points, equal to 491, which was not expected considering the draw size. Following the ongoing trend, Canada invited candidates from all three Express Entry categories, including Canadian Experience Class (CEC), Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP), and Federal Skilled Trades Program (FSTP). 232,215 Express Entry Profiles are in the pool as of November 22, 2022.

The Latest Canada Express Entry Draw Results:

  • Express Entry Round: #236
  • Draw Date: November 23, 2022
  • CRS Cut-off Score: 491
  • No. of invitations: 4,750
  • Tie-breaking rule:  October 13, 2022

The Latest Express Entry Pool Breakdown

This is the pool breakdown after the latest Express Entry Draw as of November 22, 2022.

Canada Latest Express Entry Draw Pool Breakdown November 23 2022

When Will CRS Score Come Below 480?

Many candidates were added to the pool from the last few draws for 601-1200, 491-500 and 481-490 ranges. The PNP candidates are in the pool now, covering the 601-1200 range. To achieve 480+ CRS, the candidates outside Canada must have at least a master’s degree, age below 30, 3 years plus work experience and CLB 10 in IELTS.

To cross 490, the candidates need some ties in Canada, such as Canadian work experience, Canadian education, Canadian job offer, relatives in Canada or good French language proficiency.

The CRS score possibly comes below 480-485 by February, assuming the IRCC will keep the number of invitations equal to 4,750 and the additions to the 490-500 range is reduced in future. CRS will take longer to reach the 470-475 range by March to June 2023.

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How to Improve Low CRS Score?

Candidates with Low CRS scores can try the following methods to improve it.

1. Apply for PNP

There are many Canadian Provincial Nominee Program options for skilled workers, international students and entrepreneurs. Candidates who apply for the Express Entry-aligned PNP get up to 600 CRS points added to their profile, ranking them in the 600-1200 range.

You may also like: PNP vs. Express Entry: Which is better for you?

2. Obtain a Job Offer from a Canadian Employer

Getting a job offer from outside Canada might be difficult, but it can help prospective applicants gain 50-200 points. If a candidate has good experience and an occupation that is in demand in Canada, they can try this method.

Learn more: How to get a job offer from outside Canada?

2. Apply for a Study Permit and Work in Canada

The Study Permit to PR pathway is a quick way to address the Low CRS issue. This lets you acquire relevant experience to apply for Express Entry inside Canada. Many applicants older than 35, 40, and 50 do not believe a study permit is ideal. These applicants can reach out to us as we specialize in these cases.

Also read: Canada Study Visa After 5 to 25 Years Gap

3. Visitor Visa to Work Permit in Canada

Candidates can lawfully submit a job application while on a visitor visa in Canada. Only an eligible Canadian employer can provide a work permit. They can also get work in Canada with the help of their friends, family, or other connections.

Also read: Visitor Visa to Work Permit in Canada

5. Master French Language

The candidates’ CRS cut-off score may be increased by 50 points by proficiency in French. In the latest Canada Immigration Levels Plan 2023-2025, IRCC has allocated a significant share to Francophone immigration. Obviously, it is not a very helpful option for candidates with very low scores.

You may also like: How to Get Canada PR by Investment?

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