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Express Entry Changes: Info for Tech, Science & Engineering Pros

Canada Immigration Express entry is changing, here are some important information about Technology, Science and Engineering professionals and the changes which are expected 

Good day ladies and gentlemen, this is IRC news and I am Joy Stephen, an authorized Canadian Immigration practitioner bringing out this special edition of Immigration news about upcoming changes to rounds of Invitation in the Express Entry Pool for Canada Immigration. These changes were announced by IRCnews in 2022 which is now being implemented. I am coming to you from the Polinsys studios in Cambridge, Ontario. Today is the 01/06/2023. This news release is specifically for Polinsys clients and Canada Immigration clients. 
Canada Immigration Express Entry selection is changing a little and moving away from general CRS score-based selection to specific selection highlighting Canadian economic needs.  

This news release is to highlight your work experience in the Technology, Science and Engineering industry. Please review the list below and if you have work experience for at least one year in the past 10 years, then please consider that work experience as your primary experience so that you can get picked in the rounds of invitation in Express Entry if that category is selected. Please consider these NOC codes and target options carefully. The following 24 NOC codes are likely to be in priority: 

Occupation  2021 NOC code  2021 TEER category  
Architects 21200 
Architecture and science managers 20011 
Business systems specialists 21221 
Civil Engineers 21300 
Computer and information systems managers 20012 
Computer engineers (except software engineers and designers) 21311 
Computer systems developers and programmers 21230 
Cybersecurity specialists 21220 
Data scientists 21211 
Database analysts and data administrators 21223 
Electrical and electronics engineers 21310 
Engineering managers 20010 
Industrial and manufacturing engineers 21321 
Information systems specialists 21222 
Land surveyors 21203 
Landscape Architects 21201 
Mathematicians, statisticians and actuaries 21210 
Metallurgical and materials engineers 21322 
Natural and applied science policy researchers, consultants and program officers 41400 
Software developers and programmers 21232 
Software engineers and designers 21231 
Urban and land use planners 21202 
Web designers 21233 
Web developers and programmers 21234 

If you need assistance to participate in Provincial or Federal programs or assistance after selection, please contact us   
Good luck! 

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