BCPNP July 2, 2019 Tech Pilot Draw The British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program offered 42 ITAs to individuals to apply for provincial nomination under the BCPNP. The 42 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
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The latest round of invitation for Express Entry Draw took place on June 26, 2019 which was the 120th Express Entry Draw. Canada offered 3,350 invitations to those with a CRS cut off score of 462. This was the #120 Express Entry Draw and the second 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 July 10, 2019 which was the 121st Express Entry Draw. The draw offered 3,600 ITA to those with a cut off CRS score of 460. Recently, there has been an increase of ITA and also lower CRS for the 3rd week in a row! […]Continue Reading
BCPNP June 25, 2019 Tech Pilot Draw The British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program offered 57 ITAs to individuals to apply for provincial nomination under the BCPNP. The 57 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
What is the Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot? The pilot is a program that aims to fill the current gap in the labor market of rural and northern communities. These communities are experiencing a labor shortage due to youth migration, lower birth rates and an aging population. Canada.ca reported that between 2001 and 2016, there […]Continue Reading
If you are visiting Canada on a visitor visa it is very difficult to turn that visitor visa into permanent residency. In most cases, you would not be able to meet the requirements for permanent residency while in Canada on a visit. In cases where you are able to successfully turn a visitor visa into […]Continue Reading
On June 16, 2019, the Quebec government passed an immigration bill known as Bill 9. Bill 9 allows the government to throw out a backlog of roughly 18,000 skilled immigrant worker applications as the province moves towards a new, merit-based application system. When the bill 9 passed, it upset many immigrants, you’ll find out why. […]Continue Reading
June 20, 2019 PEI PNP Draw Business Impact: Work Permit Stream 7 invitations Minimum point threshold for Business Invitations: 112 Labour Impact & Express Entry 106 invitations Total invites in this draw: 113 Total invitations to date: 2233 Prince Edward Island held their sixth draw provincial nominee draw of 2019, offering 113 invitations between […]Continue Reading
One of most important step before immigrating or being a newcomer is your employment. Every year Canada’s employment rate for immigrants rise. This year in 2019, Canada has hit an all-time high for employed immigrants. This was surprising for many people because Canada has opened its doors for more immigrants but continued to employ more […]Continue Reading
NSNP June 24, 2019 NSNP Draw Nova Scotia invited 43 businesspeople to apply through its Entrepreneurial stream, plus one additional invitation was issued through the International Graduate Entrepreneur stream. Draw date Number of invitations Score of lowest-ranked candidate invited June 24, 2019 43 110 Successful applicants will receive a Nova Scotia Provincial Nominee Certificate, which […]Continue Reading
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