The future of Express Entry under IRCC
As IRCC considers ‘changing nature of work’ and what skills Express Entry targets, let’s figure out what will the future of Express Entry look like?
The official in charge of Canada’s main economic immigration application system said that Express Entry is attracting the high-skilled candidates as it was built to attract but improvements to the skills it targets may be necessary.
An evaluation of Express Entry will be undertaken by the director of Express Entry and Digital Policy with Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) in order to understand both the system’s impact along with its strengths and potential areas for improvement in the future.
Express Entry is meant to work just as the way meeting the government’s expectations namely its ability to attract highly skilled candidates with the education, language proficiency and work experience necessary for “long-term success” in Canada.
Director of Express Entry said that there are now three times as many candidates with Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) backgrounds in the Express Entry pool, “Express Entry goes after the core group we’re after very well — the majority of people with traditional tech backgrounds, we can get those very well,” he added.
There were 83,111 candidates in the Express Entry pool, as of May 24, 2018, said McEvenue, he also added that Express Entry pool is healthy, and continues to grow.
Below is the image showing future Improvements to Canada Express Entry and the CRS:
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