BCPNP June 4, 2019 Draw The British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program offered 274 ITAs to individuals to apply for provincial nomination under the BCPNP. The 274 invitations were issued across 5 streams in the BCPNP. Name of Stream: Minimum Score Skilled Worker: 95 International Graduate: 100 Entry Level and Semi-Skilled: 75 EEBC Skilled Worker: 105 International Graduate: 104 Total […]Continue Reading
Canadian Immigration News: 2019's Latest CIC News and Updates
The latest Canada Immigration news covering the CIC, permanent residency, Express Entry draws, provincial nominee programs, family sponsorship, temporary work visas, investor visas and citizenship. Stay up to date on Canadian Immigration Latest News here! For more information about the Canadian immigration process and requirements, please visit our main page on Canadian Immigration.
What is Collision? Collision is a tech conference held in Toronto, Canada. It is the fastest- growing tech conference in North America and is now entering its fifth year. 25,000 attendees participated in the 2019 Collision conference held from May 20-23. This 2019 Collision was the first time that the conference had been held in […]Continue Reading
NSNP June 3, 2019 NSNP Draw Letters of Interest (LOI) have been issued to candidates in the Express Entry pool who have work experience in NOC 4214, Early childhood educators and assistants (ECEs), and submitted an expression of interest to the Express Entry pool on or after Aug. 8, 2018. Candidates invited to apply must […]Continue Reading
August 15, 2019 OINP Draw Express Entry-aligned Human Capital Priorities Stream Date/time NOIs issued Number of NOIs issued Profiles created in IRCC’s Express Entry system CRS score range Notes August 15, 2019 10:00 a.m. EST 997 August 15, 2018 to August 15, 2019 439-465 Targeted draw – Priority Occupations* Previous OINP Draws 2019 Once Ontario finds candidates they want, […]Continue Reading
The latest round of invitation for Express Entry Draw took place on June 12, 2019 which was the 119th Express Entry Draw. Canada offered 3,350 invitations to those with a CRS cut off score of 465. This was the #119 Express Entry Draw and the first draw of June. The last draw offered 3,350 invites to […]Continue Reading
The latest round of invitation for Express Entry Draw took place on May 29, 2019 which was the 118th Express Entry Draw. Canada offered 3,350 invitations to those with a CRS cut off score of 470. This is an unusually high CRS score for Express Entry draws. This was the #118 Express Entry Draw and the […]Continue Reading
BCPNP May 28, 2019 Tech Pilot Draw The British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program offered 63 ITAs to individuals to apply for provincial nomination under the BCPNP. The 63 invitations were issued across 4 streams in the BCPNP. Name of Stream: Minimum Score Skilled Worker: 90 International Graduate: 90 EEBC Skilled Worker: 90 International Graduate: 90 Total Number of […]Continue Reading
Many of the benefits Canada is able to enjoy are funded through the people’s taxes. Canada’s tax system pays for roads, schools, health care, social security, public safety and immigration services for newcomers etc. Filing your first tax return is an important step in your newcomer’s life in Canada. There is a lot of information for people and […]Continue Reading
May 23, 2019 MPNP Draw #66 SKILLED WORKERS IN MANITOBA Number of Letters of Advice to Apply issued: 119 Ranking score of lowest-ranked candidate invited: 548 INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION STREAM Number of Letters of Advice to Apply issued: 17 SKILLED WORKERS OVERSEAS Number of Letters of Advice to Apply issued: 60 who were invited directly by the MPNP under a Strategic […]Continue Reading
SINP May 22, 2019 Draw Date of Invitations to Apply: May 22, 2019 Category: Occupations In-Demand Score of Lowest Rank Candidate to Apply: 82 Total Candidates Invited to Apply: 221 Date of Invitations to Apply: May 22, 2019 Category: Express Entry Score of Lowest Rank Candidate to Apply: 82 Total Candidates Invited to Apply: 104 Previous Saskatchewan Provincial Nominee Program Draws […]Continue Reading
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