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Prepared by Shreeya A Pal; Shi Hui Yu; Edited by Samuel Francis Gills on May 9, 2022

Are you a Canadian Citizen or a Permanent Resident who is unable to bring your family members to Canada under the parents and grandparents program? Then you may consider the Parents and Grandparents Super Visa as a backup strategy. Canada’s annual immigration intake under the Parents and Grandparents Program is bound to grow in the […]

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Prepared by Shreeya A Pal; Shi Hui Yu; Edited by Samuel Francis Gills on May 7, 2022

The British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program(BC PNP) held four targeted draws on May 3, 2022. A total of 183 invitations were issued in the Skilled Worker, International Graduate (includes EEBC option), and Entry-level and Semi-skilled (includes EEBC option) categories. Provincial score requirements required to be selected in this draw ranged from 65 to 123, depending […]

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Prepared by Shreeya A Pal; Shi Hui Yu; Edited by Samuel Francis Gills on May 6, 2022

Immigration Canada’s processing inventory that currently stands at over 2 million individuals, is clearing out at a fast pace. The number of those waiting for citizenship have already fallen to under 400,000 in April, down with over 453,000 in March. The permanent residence inventory was around 530,000 persons on April 11, up from approximately 519,000 […]

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Prepared by Shreeya A Pal; Shi Hui Yu; Edited by Samuel Francis Gills on April 30, 2022

In April 2022, Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) conducted several draws targeting provincial nominee candidates. Over 2,531 invitations were issued to candidates [by the various Canadian provinces] who had a valid Express Entry profile. Most provinces and territories have at least one provincial program aligned to the Federal Express Entry selection system. You can learn about […]

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Prepared by Shreeya A Pal; Shi Hui Yu; Edited by Samuel Francis Gills on April 29, 2022

The British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP) held four targeted draws on this April 26. A total of 148 invitations were issued in the Skilled Worker, International Graduate (includes EEBC option), and Entry-level and Semi-skilled (includes EEBC option) categories. Provincial score requirements ranged from 65 to 85, depending on the category. The targeted draw […]

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Prepared by Shreeya A Pal; Shi Hui Yu; Edited by Samuel Francis Gills on April 28, 2022

In the Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) draw that was held on April 22, Manitoba has invited a total of 303 candidates across three of its PNP programs, which are, Skilled Workers in Manitoba, Skilled Workers Overseas, and the International Education Stream. For the Skilled Workers in Manitoba, total 201 invitations were issued with a minimum score of 707, whereas for […]

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Prepared by Shreeya A Pal; Shi Hui Yu; Edited by Samuel Francis Gills on April 23, 2022

The British Columbia Nominee Program (BC PNP) held two separate draws on April 19, 2022. One was a general draw which included tech occupations. The other draw targeted the occupations in childcare, healthcare, and other priority occupations (NOCs 3114, 3213, etc). In the general draw, a total of 147 invitations were issued. Candidates who received […]

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Prepared by Shreeya A Pal; Shi Hui Yu; Edited by Samuel Francis Gills on April 21, 2022

The Ontario’s provincial nominee program is called Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP). Successful candidates, post nomination by the province, will receive a Provincial Nomination Certificate from Ontario. Like many of its peers, OINP is a fast-track application category. Which means, applications made under the Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program have less processing timelines compared to other […]

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Prepared by Shreeya A Pal; Shi Hui Yu; Edited by Samuel Francis Gills on April 20, 2022

Canada’s  Temporary Foreign Worker Program is an effective measure  to address the immediate shortage of labour, but discussions on improving the program are going on. Experts opine that these improvements will have an overall positive effect on the labour market. 54% of Canadian businesses face labour shortages. To increase their competitiveness in the job market, […]

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Prepared by Shreeya A Pal; Shi Hui Yu; Edited by Samuel Francis Gills on April 14, 2022

Canadian permanent residence aspirants have more reasons to be happy. This is because Canada is at its lowest employment rate ever with opportunities aplenty in almost every sector. Recently landed immigrants and the immigrants who will be landing soon will have a bright future based on the current labour market trend. There are multiple reasons […]

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