Ontario invited more than 1,500 skilled trades applicants, and Saskatchewan issued above 1,700 invitations in two draws. This week, Saskatchewan, Ontario, Manitoba, and British Columbia have released results for their Provincial Nominee Programs (PNP). Most Canadian provinces and regions (with the exclusion of Quebec and Nunavut) run their PNPs.
Interested nominees may be invited to apply for a provincial proposal, through these programs. Even though provincial nomination is not in itself similar to a permanent residence, it can work as the primary move towards getting permanent resident positions for entitled candidates by increasing your CRS score.
For example, PNP candidates with Express Entry profiles who get a suggestion get 600 points extra to their score. They also become eligible to be invited to apply for a PNP-specific invitations round. Subsequently, it begins in 1998, the PNP welcomed 400 immigrants only, but it now welcomes above 80,000 per year due to its success. The rise in PNP admissions number in Canada is because the central and regional governments consider it a useful device to encourage the country’s financial growth.
September 2-8 PNP Draw Results
A total of 1,703 candidates were invited by Saskatchewan for more than two days on September 6 and 7, practically doubling up the applicant numbers invited on the earlier draw on September 1, which was the biggest draw of 2022. On September 6, Saskatchewan assumed aimed to draw for a range of NOC occupations in demand and throughout the Express Entry system.
There were two draws in every class, calculating 760 candidates, due to diverse least scores. Some aimed NOCs required the least score of 61, and others required a score of 69. The September 7 draw invited 521 applicants through Express Entry and 422 through the Occupations-In-Demand stream for a total of 943 candidates with the least score of 70 for both categories.
These most recent draws keep on Saskatchewan’s inviting more candidates every week trend. Until July of this year, Saskatchewan held draws about every two months, and, even pre-pandemic, the total did not often go above 500 candidates for each draw.
On September 7 Ontario held a draw below the Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP) Skilled Trades Stream. The region invited 1,521 applicants to apply with the lowest scores of 320 and exceeding. This stream is associated with Express Entry; sense invited candidates to get extra Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) points and an Invitation To Apply (ITA) for permanent residence at an Express Entry pool future draw.
On September 7, more than 369 candidates applied for a provincial nomination in British Columbia invited. British Columbia holds a provincial nomination draw every week habitually. Most candidates, 361, were invited in a provincial, targeted draw for tech professions. In this provincial draw, invitations were only issued to applicants with job offers outside Metro Vancouver Regional District. Applicants may also have been invited based on other criteria including:
– Education – level and field and where it was completed
– Language ability
– Period and work experience skill level
– Earnings and/or skill level of occupation offer
– Plan to live, work and settle in a particular province
– Tactical main concerns – factors that address particular employment market wants in B.C. or support government guide schemes and plans
The invitations were issued to candidates in the International Graduates and Skilled Worker categories and included Express Entry applicants. The draw also included Entry Level and Semi-Skilled contenders.
On September 8, Manitoba held its new PNP draw and issued 278 invitations through the Manitoba Provincial Nomination Program. Across three immigration streams, the invitations were separated:
* Skilled Workers in Manitoba issued 217 invitations with the lowest score of 616
* Skilled Workers Overseas issued 20 invitations with the least score of 703
* International Education Stream issued 41 invitations with no point necessity.
79 had profiles in the Express Entry system, out of everyone who was invited to apply.
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