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It was the second program-specific raw of 2019. There were 500 Federal Skilled Trades class workers invited by the Government of Canada. The selected applicants were those whose Comprehensive Ranking System(CRS) score was 357.
To be selected in this category the applicants had to prove the following:
The Federal Skilled Trades program is the subcategory of the Express Entry program. In the earlier Express Entry Draw, all the three subcategories were considered. But this was a rare Express entry draw in which only one subcategory was considered for the PR status of Canada. The CRS score required in this draw was 357 points, which was 81 points less than the CRS score needed for the last draw, which was 438 points.
In the latest provincial draw, Prince Edward Island selected 158 candidates for Provincial Nomination in Express Entry, Labour Impact, and Business Impact category. This draw was held on 17th October, and the candidates who held filed the separate Expression of interest (EOI) to the PEI PNP were considered in the draw.
The Expression of interest (EOI) has its point grid, and the candidates who secure the highest points are selected in the monthly draws. In the latest draw, there were 146 candidates chosen in the express entry and labor impact category. There were 12 invitations through business impact. The labor impact category is for candidates who have a valid job offer letter and support from a PEI employer.
The subcategories of Labor impact are:
With this, the total number of applications issued by PEI has reached 1177 in 2019.
The province of Saskatchewan held a record-breaking draw on 18th October. There were 1000 candidates invited in the latest provincial draw. The selected candidates were required to have specific work experience. A total of 986 invitations were sent in the Express entry system. The SINP’s express entry pathway is linked to the Express Entry System.
Twelve occupations were the selection targets in the latest draw, and they are:
The shortlisted candidates are eligible for 600 points in the express entry system after they are selected. The good thing about the selection in SINP is that a job offer by a Saskatchewan employer is not mandatory.