Express Entry is the new selection system for Canadian immigration, designed to select skilled workers for immigration to Canada.

Express Entry is a completely electronic process involving the federal government, provincial governments, and Canadian employers. In order to best serve your needs, please choose whether you are a potential candidate for Canadian immigration or a Canadian employer interested in hiring skilled workers.

Am I eligible for
Express Entry?

Find out if your qualifications meet the eligibility requirements for Express Entry.

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I've received
an Invitation to Apply (ITA)

Congratulations on receiving your invitation! We can help you process your application.

Help me apply

I want to immigrate to Canada (candidates)

Express Entry candidates: A smiling woman being interviewed for a job

What Express Entry does for candidates:

  • Gets you to Canada quicker
  • Links you with employers
  • Cuts down on paperwork

Learn more about Express Entry

I want to hire (employers)

Express Entry Employers: A diverse group of businessmen and women smiling and wearing formal business clothing

What Express Entry does for employers:

  • Allows you to select skilled international candidates
  • Gets your employees to Canada quicker
  • Gives you a key role in Canadian immigration

Learn more about Express Entry

Tools and Resources

Latest News

  • Fourth Express Entry Draw in November 2017 Invites 2,750 Candidates

    In the latest federal Express Entry draw, which took place on November 15, a total of 2,750 candidates with a minimum Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score of 439 were invited to apply for Canadian permanent residence. This is the fourth Express Entry draw to take place in the month of November since Canada's Multi-Year Immigration Plan was announced by the federal government on November 1.

  • Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program Introduces Changes for 2018

    The government of Manitoba has announced changes to its provincial nominee program, some of which came into effect immediately on November 15, while other changes will come into effect in 2018.