The latest PNP draw results in Canada nominates individuals regularly to provide them with the chance to become permanent residents of Canada. Most Canadian provinces and territories operate their own Provincial Nomination Programs (PNPs). PNPs can significantly increase the chances of obtaining permanent resident status. The latest Express Entry draw was held on May 27. Canada invited 589 PNP candidates to apply with scores of at least 741.
Three Canadian provinces have revealed the outcomes of immigration invitations issued as part of their PNPs in the last week. The most recent PNP draws summarized in this weekly recap.
On May 31, the British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP) held its weekly round of invites. It invited more than 167 applicants to file for a provincial nomination.
A general draw invited 147 of these applicants. These applicants needed to fulfill the requirements of one of British Columbia’s Express Entry BC or Skills immigration categories. The Skills and Immigration Registration System (SIRS) oversees this. Candidates who earned invites in this draw came from the Skilled Worker, International Graduate and Entry Level and Semi-Skilled subcategories and had to have a provincial score between 76 and 123.
In addition, the province sponsored three draws for applicants in certain vocations. BC invited 15 early childhood educators. They can apply for the Skilled Worker and International Graduate sub-categories.
BC also invited 11 healthcare professionals who might be qualified for the Skilled Worker, International Graduate, Entry Level, and Semi-Skilled subcategories. Candidates required a minimum provincial score of 60 in each of these draws.
To fulfill the rising labour demands in key areas of the economy, the province is now organizing rounds of invitations for applicants in specified occupations.
The province has invited the following people this week: 15 early childhood educators (NOC 4214) with at least 60 points; 5 healthcare workers with at least 60 points; less than five healthcare assistants (NOC 3413) with at least 60 points; and less than five animal health technologists and veterinarians (NOC 3114 and NOC 3213) with at least 60 points.
Manitoba’s most recent round of invites, issued on June 2nd, asked a total of 146 skilled professionals and overseas students to apply for nomination.
The Manitoba Skilled Workers Overseas stream issued 92 invitations with a minimum score of 714.
The Manitoba International Education stream issued 54 invitations with no applicable minimum score.
34 of the applicants had profiles in Express Entry.
MPNP requires a mandatory submission of an Expression of Interest from candidates who wish to be nominated through the PNP hosted by Manitoba. The EOI qualifies the candidate for an LAA through the Skilled Workers in Manitoba and Skilled Workers Overseas programs. Candidates are then assigned a score out of 1,000 points. The score is based on different human capital elements and connections to the province. Qualified applicants go on to receive an ITA for a provincial nomination.
During the provincial government election, held in May, the Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP) delayed releasing information regarding the draws held in May.
In May, Ontario held two Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) draws. On May 4, Ontario sent 57 invitations to apply to potential candidates in the Expression of Interest (EOI) system pool who had a score of 27 or higher and were qualified for the Employer Job Offer: In-Demand Skills stream.
The OINP then issued 535 notices of interest. This is only for possible applicants with a Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score of 295 to 461 who may be qualified for Ontario’s Express Entry Skilled Trades stream.
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