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The providence of Ontario began this year on a high note with 2019’s first Express Entry Draw. A total of 1493 invitations was issued to candidates applying for Canada PR. The lowest CRS score to be selected under this draw is 439.
The Human Capital Priorities Stream gives additional access to the Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP). It makes provisions for OINP to search the Federal Express Entry pool for applicants who qualify according to the provincial eligibility criteria. These candidates will be issued a Notification of Interest (NOI) by Ontario, which will highlight them in the pool.
An additional 600 points would be added to the candidate’s CRS score if ...
By: Sumit Goyal
The recent statistics obtained from the Govt of Canada reveal that the number of people seeking to apply for permanent residence through the Provincial Nomination Program (PNP) has substantially increased. In the year 2018, between the months of January and September, a total of 62,500 registrations were issued ITA (invitation to apply for PR). Out of the total number of ITAs sent to apply for PR, 12 percent registrations had a provincial nomination whereas last year this ratio was just 9 percent.
One of the major reasons associated with the hike in the number of PNP applicants being selected for PR visa is the benefit of an additional 600 points that the candidates received while applying through this channel. These additional 600 points improve their score in the comprehensive ranking system (CR score) and thus strengthen their chance to receive an Invitation to Apply for permanent ...
Saskatchewan, a Canadian province, issued 743 new invitations to applicants in its Occupation In-Demand and Express Entry system sub-categories in draws held on 06th of December 2018. Out of 743, 532 invitations were for the applicants in Occupation-In-Demand category and 211 invitations went to applicants in the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program.
Occupation In-Demand is a sub-category for skilled workers who don’t have a job but have work experience in one of Saskatchewan’s in-demand occupations. The Express Entry-linked Saskatchewan Immigration Nominee Program(SINP) allows a province to nominate eligible candidates for permanent residence(ITA). It is the most valuable factor as it awards 600 additional points towards candidates’ ranking score in Comprehensive Ranking System, which implicitly assures an invitation from the Government of Canada to apply for perm...
With the latest Express Entry draw held on 12th December 2018, the Government of Canada inched towards transcending the record for ITAs issued every year through the Express Entry, an online system that manages applications for permanent residence from skilled workers. The 3900 invitations issued during the December 12 draw makes the total number of ITAs issued in 2018 to 85,900; which is very close to 2017’s record yet only 123 away from the last year’s record of 86,023.
The Canadian federal department Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) hold an Express Entry invitation round every two weeks, which means there is a possibility for 2018 to break the previous year’s record. The Express Entry system supervises the pool of applicants for Canada’s three Federal High Skilled economic immigration programs: The Federal Skilled Worker Class, Federal Ski...
By: Signature Visas
Latest EOI draw saw Saskatchewan PNP inviting the highest number of applicants in Occupation in-demand and Express Entry program.
On November 1st Saskatchewan conducted the new draw for Occupation in-demand and Express Entry. A total of 926 invitations were extended to candidates to apply for PR visa under provincial nomination. This is the highest number of invitations issued under EOI system in Saskatchewan.
The Occupation In-Demand sub-category was moved to the EOI system in July this year and since then, 4 draws have been conducted. The present draw saw a record of 671 invites with the lowest ranked applicant with a score of only 61 points.
To fit into this subcategory the candidates are selected out of the Express Entry system. They should achieve a score of minimum 60 points in Saskatchewan’s point assessment grid and should have at least 12 months of full-time work ...