Posted - 18, Mar 2019
Canada's provincial nominee programs are vital part of Canadian Economic immigration program. The PNPs of Canada always remain in news in view of periodic immigration draws and updates being announced on a frequent basis. The month of March has been quiet busy in terms of hundreds of nominations issued by the different provinces.
Let's take a look at the latest PNP news and updates this week.
Canadian province Manitoba held its EOI based draw on March 14, 2019 to issue 337 Letters of Advice for the nomination to candidates under Skilled Worker Overseas category of Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP). The province issued 63 Letters of Advice for nomination to the applicants under a Strategic Recruitment Initiative of Skilled Worker Overseas Stream of MPNP. Also, 274 Letters of Advice to apply issued to the applicants under Occupation in Demand subcategory of Skilled Worker Overseas stream.
British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BCPNP) opened its regular draw on March 5, 2019, to invite 346 invitations under different streams. Moreover, it held a draw on March 12, 2019 as well for Tech Pilot Program of BCPNP to issue 35 invitations. In both the draws, BCPNP issued the invitation to the candidate under its key categories, i.e. SI- Skilled Worker, SI- International Graduate, EEBC- Skilled Worker, EEBC- International Graduate, etc.
Canadian government issued a new release on March 12, announcing 2,000 additional spaces under Provincial Nominee Program (PNPs) for existing long-term Temporary Foreign Workers in Canada. These temporary workers are those with intermediate skills classified as National Occupational Code "C" and who have integrated into Canadian society. These additional spaces are already included in the annual PNP target for 2019.
Saskatchewan Province of Canada announced to update the application fees of its popular PNP, i.e. Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) application fees. The candidates applying in Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program on or after April 1, 2019, will have to pay the new fee of $350.Saskatchewan also announced Expression of Interest (EOI) pool selection schedule for the year 2019 for its Entrepreneur program.
Saskatchewan held its 5thEOI (Expression of Interest) based draw of SINP (Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program) on March 6, 2019 to issue 138 invitations under its Occupation in Demand (OID) and Express Entry Subcategory. Under OID subcategory of SINP, 81 invites were issued by the province, moreover, under Express Entry subcategory, Saskatchewan sent 67 Invitations.
Manitoba opened 5th EOI based Draw of MPNP (Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program) this year on March 1, 2019. The draw issued as many as 403 invitations to apply for provincial nomination under different streams of MPNP.
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