The BC PNP selected 318 immigration candidates in the latest draw. Applicants selected through the Skills Immigration (S.I.) and Express Entry BC (EEBC) streams.
The British Columbia provincial nominee program is designed to select Foreign workers for immigration through permanent residency.
On December 7, there were 318 immigration candidates invited through British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP) in two streams - Skills Immigration (S.I.) and Express Entry BC (EEBC) streams. The invitations were sent to people with Skilled Worker, International Graduate as well as Entry Level and Semi-Skilled subcategories of S.I. and EEBC streams.
Out of the 318 applicants, there were 267 selected through the general draw, and those received invitations; the minimum score was set between 71 and 100 depending on the program for which they were eligible.
In another draw, the app...
Alberta conducted the second-smallest draw of the year with a high CRS score requirement of 350 on 24 November, 2021 inviting only 100 candidates.
The details of the November 24 draw are out, and they have invited 100 Express Entry candidates for permanent residency. The applicants were selected through the Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program (AINP) category. This was a small draw considering that most of the draws of Alberta have selected more than 200 applicants at a time in previous draws. Apart from this, a draw in January was small enough to invite 100 applicants, and the smallest draw has invited 50 applicants.
The draw's score requirement has been set at 350 points and the other draw this year saw a high cut-off of 360 points in January.
Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) has set the limits for the number of nominations that Alberta province can issue ...
In the new BC PNP Tech Pilot draw, there were 89 applicants selected for immigration with a CRS score requirement of 78 points.
On November 30, the British Columbia province invited 89 tech workers for a provincial nomination. The Invitations were issued under the British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP). With this draw, the total number of applicants invited through the draw has reached nearly 11,000 invitations. With the tech Pilot draw, the province selects applicants who are experienced, and their profession is in high demand. The province will allow applicants with the right to live and work in British Columbia.
The applicants should be able to meet the requirements through British Columbia’s Express Entry BC and Skills immigration categories, and they get managed through the Skills and Immigration Registration System (SIRS). The subcategories through which a...
In light of the new Omicron virus discovered, Canada has imposed travel restrictions from ten countries to prevent the spread of this new variant.
Canada has restricted travel to ten countries with the new variant of CoronaVirus - Nigeria, Egypt, and Malawi have been added to the list of countries.
Presently there are strict border restrictions, and the countries that have been recently added to the list include countries like Nigeria, Egypt, and Malawi.
The Canadian government announced that several more countries had been added to the list of those currently subject to stricter border measures. The foreign nationals who have been to these countries in the last 14 days are forbidden to enter Canada. They are now added to the list of seven southern African countries who were added to the list last Friday.
Now ten countries have been added to the list of countries that have re...
A new pilot program was introduced on November 25 by Saskatchewan province. Skills Pilot Program was created to help the province meet its labor market demand.
The Skills Pilot Program is designed to meet the labor market demands and was announced on November 25 by Saskatchewan as the new immigration pilot.
The Hard-To-Fill Skills Pilot will help Saskatchewan employers to recruit international talent in certain in-demand occupations. The eligible jobs for the Skills Pilot program will have entry-level positions with on-the-job training. The sectors that have the highest labor demands in Saskatchewan are health, manufacturing, agriculture, ag-tech, construction, hospitality, and retail.
“The demand for labor in our province is strong, and it’s only going to increase with the significant economic projects recently announced in Saskatchewan,” Immigration and Caree...