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3350 applicants invited in New Express Entry Draw on 12 June

The Canada government announced the latest Express Entry Draw on 12 June 2019 in which 3350 applicants are sent ITAs through the Express Entry system. The Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) cut off was 465. It means that candidates with 465 points are selected for migration.

Key highlights of the Draw-

  • ITA s Sent – 3350
  • CRS score point – 465

The latest 12 June Express Entry Draw-

In the latest Express Entry Draw there are five points less score asked from the candidates than the previous draw. In the earlier draw of 29 May, the required CRS score was 470. This time the CRS score has been reduced to 465 points. With the latest Draw, the ITAs issued in 2019 is 38450. It is 6250 more invites issued in 2018 at the same time. Thanks to the Canada immigration Plan, the year 2019 and 2020 will witness a high number of invites.

Just like all the other times, the Tie break rule will be applied in this draw as well. The tie break rule was June 6, 2019, at 13: 51: 59 UTC. In 60 days the candidates.

The Job vacancies in Canada has seen a steady increase of 3.3 percent

In the latest article published by the CIC, there is news about the rise in the number of job vacancies in the first quarter of 2019. In the first three months of 2019, there has been the highest number of unfilled occupations recorded. This includes provinces like Quebec, British Columbia, and Ontario. This report has been presented forward by the Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB).

In the last four months’ total number of job vacancies recorded are 4,35,000, which is 3.3 percent higher. This shortage is due to a labor shortage in semi-skilled and unskilled occupations. This shortage has also affected the wage level. The most affected province is Quebec, where the job vacancy rate has seen a 4.1 percent figure. British Columbia is number two 3. 6%, and Ontario is number three with 3.3 %

The below-provided table will provide a clear picture of the labor shortage by the provinces –

Province Vacancy Rate
Quebec 4.1
British Columbia 3.6
Ontario) 3.3
New Brunswick 2.8
Manitoba 2.4
Saskatchewan 2.3
Nova Scotia 2.3

The sectors which are witnessing shortages –

  • Construction services – 4.9 percent
  • Personal Services – 4.7 percent
  • Businesses in Agriculture – 3.8 percent
  • Hospitality sector – 3.7 percent

24,000 visas granted in two years through Global Talent Stream

This week marks the two- year anniversary of Global Talent Stream. There have been 24,000 visas allotted through this visa in the last two years. It provides the Canadian employers with the advantage of inviting temporary skilled foreign workers in the domain in 13 occupations, which includes professions like Information Technology, Management, Science, etc. Owing to this stream, many Computer engineers, Computer programmers, and Software engineers have relocated to Canada.

As per the forecast of Canada’s Information and Communication Technology, there will 216000 vacancies in the IT sector by the end of 2021. Recently, the Government of Canada also decided to make all happily accepted the Global Talent Stream permanent and this move.

What is the process of Global Talent Stream?

In the process of Global Talent Stream, the following steps need to be undertaken –

  • Submit a Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA)
  • Meet the eligibility requirements of education, experience, etc.
  • File the application

Employers who use the Global Talent Stream they are committed to creating 48,000 and more than 12,500 paid Co-op positions. There is the dedication of $114 million in Skill development and training.

Eleven Communities under the IRCC’s Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot

The Government of Canada has announced 11 communities which will be named under the Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot. Through this stream, there is an endeavor to help the smaller communities and attract foreign workers with permanent residency.

The list of the communities under the stream is –

  • Ontario
    • Thunder Bay
    • Sault Ste Marie
    • Sudbury
    • Timmins
    • North Bay
  • Manitoba
    • Gretna- Rhineland – Altona _Plum Coulee
    • Brandon
  • Saskatchewan
    • Moss jaw
  • Alberta
    • Claresholm
  • British Columbia
    • West Kourtney
    • Vernon

The selection of these 11 communities was as per the economic needs of the places and also the presence of the resources. Under this pilot program, there will be a local economic development organization working with each community.

Why is Signature Visas?

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By: Tanjeet
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