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Quebec Province Introduces New Scoring System
The year 2021 has marked a lot of changes, and the latest change is in the Quebec point calculator system. The province has introduced a new points system to help select and rank the applicants in the Arrima expression of interest pool. The total points score will be calculated out of 1,320, out of which 580 points will be given to human capital factors and 740 for factors related to Quebec’s labor market needs. The Human Capital factors will include age, education in Quebec, work experience in a field where there is a shortage of work experience in the rest of Canada, and job opportunities inside and outside the Greater Montreal area. For those in Montreal, they will get 180 points, and there are high points - 380 points for those outside the Montreal metropolitan area. The applicant can get additional points for spouse or common-law partner of the principal applicant assessmen...

By: Pawan
On:20-07-2021
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Saskatchewan PNP Latest Draw Invited 295 Applicants on 8 July 2021
Saskatchewan Province selected 295 applicants from Express Entry and Occupations In-Demand candidates. The shortlisted applicants were expected to have work experience in one of 62 occupations. The Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) announced the latest draw on July 8, inviting 295 immigration candidates for a provincial nomination. The applicants were invited from the International Skilled Worker category - SINP’s Express Entry subcategory and the Occupations In-Demand subcategory. Out of those invited, 99 eligible for the SINP’s Express Entry subcategory and 196 through the Occupations In-Demand subcategory. The Key Highlights of the draw: Total ITA - 295 SINP’s Express Entry sub category - 99 The Occupations In-Demand sub category - 196 Expression of Interest (EOI) score - 80 points In all the sub streams of selection, an Expression ...

By: Pawan
On:09-07-2021
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Express Entry Draw Invited 627 PNP Candidates 7 July 2021
The IRCC announced a PNP-specific express entry draw on July 7. There were 627 ITAs that were sent, and the Points core requirement was 760 Points. Canada's recent express entry draw was announced on July 7, and 627 Express Entry candidates got invited for permanent residence. The Selected applicants were those with the PNP status and required a CRS score of 760 points. It was a high cut-off score for selecting Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) candidates as they are automatically entitled to the 600 points score for getting the nomination. It means the lowest selected applicant had a score of 160 points. The Key highlights of the Draw - ITA - 627 CRS - 760 Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) applied the tie-break rule as an administrative requirement. It doesn't mean that there is an actual tie, but the applicants with the minimum score will...

By: Pawan
On:08-07-2021
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Manitoba Invites 1017 Express Entry Candidates
Manitoba Province’s Latest draw was a large provincial draw in which a record-breaking number of applicants were invited. There were 1017 applicants selected from only one stream - the Skilled Workers Overseas stream. The Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP) Conducted a record-breaking PNP draw wherein a large number of Express Entry applicants were invited for provincial nomination. On June 28, 1017 applicants with a valid Express Entry ID and job seeker validation code received LAA.  The applicants were selected from the Skilled Workers Overseas Stream, and To be selected, it is imperative that the applicant had met the eligibility requirement. Having a Profile in Manitoba’s Expression of Interest (EOI) system and An EOI score of 565 were few compulsory requirements. The Key Highlights  Stream - Skilled Workers Overseas stream LAA - 101...

By: Pawan
On:04-07-2021
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Express Entry Draw of Canada selected 6000 CEC Candidates
The recent draw of Express Entry was a CEC only draw in which 6000 applicants were selected with a low CRS score of 357. On June 24, 2021, the Canadian government announced the latest Express entry draw with the second-lowest CRS score in the CEC only draw. The Comprehensive Ranking System score requirement (CRS) was set at 357. Before this, the lowest CRS score requirement was 75 points in the historic draw of February 13, 2021, in which 27,332 CEC candidates got selected for permanent residence. Canada has the target of welcoming 401,000 new immigrants this year; thus, a lower CRS score in CEC-only draws appears to be a step to meet the goals. The Key Highlights of the Draw - June 24 ITA - 6000 CRS - 357 CEC applicants should have a minimum of one year of Canadian work experience in the occupation for which they have appeared. Also, having basic language skills in...

By: Pawan
On:25-06-2021
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