Second category based draw of 2024 targeting French speakers

2024’s Second Category Draw Aims at French Speakers:-

On 29th February Immigration Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) held its Second Express Entry draw of the week.

In the most recent Express Entry draw, the government has given Invitations to Apply (ITAs) to 2500 applicants. This draw is especially significant since it emphasises skill in the French language. A sharp decline of invitations sent in this draw was seen from 7000 to 2500. 

A minimum Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score of 336 was required of candidates, 29 points lower than the previously held on February 1st. This CRS score is the lowest it has ever been, emphasising the value of language proficiency, especially in French.

By specifically targeting proficient French speakers outside of Quebec, this enables Canada to meet its francophone immigration targets.

An overview of today’s Express Entry Draw is provided below:

Number of invitations issued:2500

Rank required to be invited to apply: 2500 

Date and time of round: February 29, 2024 

CRS score of lowest-ranked candidate invited: 336

IRCC stated that it will maintain the same Express Entry categories in 2024.The six Express Entry categories include: French language, healthcare workers, STEM workers, transportation workers, trades workers, and workers in agriculture and agri food.Through French language category draws, 11,900 invitations have been sent out since the introduction of Express Entry category-based draws last summer. 

he second category draw of 2024 is set to be a significant event, especially for French speakers. With a deliberate focus on catering to this demographic, organizers are gearing up to ensure that the draw captures the attention and participation of French speakers from around the globe.

In planning this draw, considerable efforts have been directed towards crafting materials and communications that resonate specifically with French speakers. From promotional campaigns to informational materials, every aspect of the draw has been meticulously designed to engage and appeal to this audience.

Furthermore, the selection criteria for the draw have been tailored to reflect the diversity and interests of French speakers. Whether they’re avid sports enthusiasts, culture aficionados, or simply curious individuals seeking new experiences, the draw aims to offer something for everyone within the French-speaking community.

Through strategic partnerships and outreach initiatives, the draw organizers are actively reaching out to French-speaking communities worldwide. By leveraging existing networks and platforms, they’re ensuring that French speakers everywhere are aware of the draw and encouraged to participate.

Moreover, special accommodations are being made to accommodate French speakers during the draw process itself. From language support services to dedicated channels for communication, every effort is being made to ensure that French speakers feel welcomed and included throughout the entire experience.

As the draw date approaches, anticipation among French speakers continues to build. The excitement surrounding the event is palpable, with many eagerly awaiting the opportunity to be part of this unique and inclusive experience.

The second category draw of 2024 is not just a drawing event; it’s a celebration of French speakers and their contributions to the global community. With its targeted approach and emphasis on inclusivity, the draw is poised to be a resounding success, leaving a lasting impact on French speakers everywhere

As the excitement builds and anticipation reaches its peak, French speakers around the world are gearing up to make their mark on the 2024 second category draw. With each participant bringing their own unique flair and perspective to the table, the stage is set for an unforgettable celebration of linguistic diversity and cultural richness

Moreover, this draw serves as a platform for fostering cross-cultural understanding and collaboration among French speakers and their counterparts from diverse linguistic backgrounds. It’s a testament to the power of language to unite and inspire, transcending geographical boundaries and fostering connections that span continents.

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