Designated Learning Institutions (DLIs) have now started accepting international students for admissions irrespective of the date on which Study Permit was obtained.
Canadian Designated Learning Institutes now Reopens for Admission
The Canadian schools have started accepting new study permit holders from October 20, 2020. Before this, only those students who have a valid study permit as of March 18, 2020 (the day prior to travel restrictions) were allowed to travel to Canada. Now, the Designated Learning Institutions (DLIs) are accepting international students despite the fact that they have received the study permit or not.
Designated Learning Institutions (DLIs) are colleges, universities, and educational institutions approved by the Canadian government to welcome and integrate international students.
To be able to study in Canada as a student, the applicant needs to f...
In the BC PNP latest draw, there were 100 applicants selected in the four skilled worker immigration subcategories and two entrepreneur program categories.
Latest BC PNP Draw invites 100 Candidates to apply for Permanent Residence
British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP) invites 100 total immigration candidates from four skilled worker immigration subcategories and two from entrepreneur program categories. Out of these, 80 applicants were from Express Entry BC (EEBC) and Skills Immigration streams. The streams of selection for these applicants were Skilled Worker and International Graduate subcategories. The rest 20 applicants were from the B.C.'s Entrepreneur Immigration program. The minimum score is required in all these categories for 80 points.
A total of 15 invitations were issued in the Entrepreneur Immigration Base Category, and five invitations were issue...
On 15th October 2020, there were 772 Express Entry applicants selected in the Ontario PNP Tech Pilot Draw. The Comprehensive Ranking System(CRS) score was set between 462 and 470.
Ontario conducts New Tech Draw - Invites 772 Express Entry Applicants
In the Latest Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP) draw, the province issued 772 invites to candidates with relevant work experience in one of the six tech occupations. The previous Ontario PNP Draw was held on August 26 and invited 703 applicants.
The targeted Notifications of Interest (NOIs) were issued in the Express Entry Human Capital Priorities (HCP) stream. For selection in the Tech Draw, the Express Entry candidates require a Comprehensive Ranking System(CRS) score that is between 462 and 470.
It is the fourth Tech Draw of Ontario in 2020. Before this, the Ontario's Tech Pilot draw was conducted on 29th July, ...
The Biggest Canada All program draw of 2020 took place on 14th October. 4500 applicants received the ITA with the minimum CRS score requirement of 471 Points. The total number of ITAs issued so far but Canada has reached 82,850.
Canada Conducts Biggest Express Entry Draw of 2020 inviting 4500 Candidates
Canada announced the biggest draw of all-time. On 14th October 2020, 4500 Express Entry candidates received invitations. The selection score of the applicants was set at 471. It means all those applicants who got the Comprehensive Ranking System(CRS) score of 471 will be issued an ITA. The CRS score requirement is the same as the previous draw of September 30 but there is an increase in the ITAs sent by 300. On September 30, 2020, The IRCC Invited 4,200 applicants. It was the same as the previous three draws of September.
The key highlights of the latest Express Entry draw ...
Canada has shown a significant increase in the employment rate in September. Further, the US and Canada have displayed similar employment rates.
Canada on the road to Economic Recovery, Increased immigrant employment in September
There has been a significant increase in the number of immigrants employed in the Canadian labor force in September as more and more have found employment at an accelerated rate. There has been a rise of 2.1 percent in employment in September, which is a very big jump in comparison to the 1.4 percent rise in August. The percent calculation is as per the data released by the Statistics Canada Labour Force Survey. and the date is based on the information collected in the week of September 13 to 19.
As per the recent developments, the Canada employment rate is set at 3.7 percent, i.e., 720,000 jobs. There are some sectors where recovery is still under ques...