November 7th, 2023 at 05:52 am
Express Entry & PNP Weekly Updates | Canada Immigration November 2023 – IRCC
This will cover the weekly Roundup of the Canada PNP on November 3, 2023. Greetings and welcome to the November 3, 2023, edition of the Canada PNP weekly Roundup. The province nominee programs are still influencing the immigration scene in Canada, and we are here to provide you with a thorough rundown of the latest changes.
We’ll look at PNP draws from throughout the country in this post so you can get a comprehensive idea of the opportunities and pathways open to prospective immigrants. Come explore the most recent information and developments on Canada’s constantly changing immigration scene.
Provincial Nominee Programs (PNPs)
The cornerstone of Canada’s immigration system is the Provincial Nominee Programs (PNPs), which give provinces and territories the power to choose people who can significantly improve their areas. We shall examine the results of the Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) drawings for the first week of November 2023 in this extensive report.
Understanding Provincial Nominee Programs
Provincial Nominee Programs give Canadian provinces the authority to set immigration requirements that are particular to their own need. Every Canadian province, except Quebec and Nunavut, has its nominee program that is intended to attract a wide variety of applicants, such as professionals with experience in a variety of fields, entrepreneurs, and recent graduates from abroad.
Selection criteria within each province can vary greatly depending on labor market demands and demographic disparities. For instance, to support the francophone population, Ontario’s French-speaking skilled worker stream seeks to draw in competent French-speaking professional workers.
With over 83,500 seats set aside for PNP applicants out of a potential quarter of a million economic immigrants in 2022, provincial nominee programs play a significant role in Canada’s economic immigration rates.
How do Provincial Nominee Programs Operate?
Draws are often held by Provincial Nominee Programs (PNPs) to encourage candidates to submit applications for nominations for permanent residence in Canada. Certain programs invite candidates immediately from the Express Entry pool, even if they haven’t formally submitted for consideration, while other PNPs require individuals to submit an Expression of Interest (EOI) profile to be eligible for these draws.
Each province has the authority to determine how often and how many invitations to send out. Draws were held in the following provinces throughout the last week:
Alberta Express Entry
Those who have been successfully nominated are invited to apply for permanent residence in Canada through the Alberta Express entry stream. Candidates with active profiles in the federal skilled worker, federal skilled trades, or Canadian experience class programs are the focus of this stream, which is in line with the Federal Express Entry immigration system.
The Alberta Express Entry program is exclusive to invited applicants; non-natives are not permitted to apply directly. Once they submit their Express Entry profile, candidates in the Express Entry pool are instantly considered for the program. Notifications are sent directly to invited candidates’ express entry accounts by the Province.
The Alberta Advantage immigration program will invite applicants in 2023 based on several priorities;
- First and foremost, family relationships and principal occupation and demand.
- Moreover, a certain healthcare pathway
- Furthermore, prioritized areas for the Accelerated Tech Pathway include construction, hospitality, tourism, and agriculture.
Every path has its own set of procedures and needs. You may find out more on the Alberta Express website.
Two express admission draws were held by the province of Alberta during the week of November 3, 2023. Based on the principal occupation in demand and family connection, 100 candidates were invited on October 26, 2023, with the lowest CRS score being 369 and the highest range being 300 to 500. On October 24, 2023, 22 candidates with a CRS score of 300 or higher and an Alberta job offer were invited via the special Healthcare pathway; the lowest score was 326.
British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program
The British Columbia provincial nominee program provides foreign individuals with the chance to become permanent residents of Canada through several immigration pathways. The PNP in British Columbia is purposefully created to entice immigrants to work in sectors of the economy that will benefit the Province. It contains profiles of investors, entrepreneurs, and skilled workers in areas where there is a labor shortage.
There are two categories within the program;
- British Columbia skills immigration
- British Columbia entrepreneur immigration
During the week of October 31, 2023, British Columbia held different skill-based immigration draws according to the type of draw. 48 candidates with a minimum score of 60 were invited for child care, Early Childhood Educators, and assistant positions (NOC 422002) on October 31, 2023.
On the same day, 22 more candidates with a minimum score of 60 were invited for the healthcare category. Furthermore, in the other priority vocations (NOC 313 3214) category, less than five candidates with a minimum score of 60 were invited.
Invitations were sent out to 101 candidates in the tech area on October 24, 2023, with a minimum score requirement of 90. The invitations were broken down per skill stream. A total of 133 individuals were invited to apply for five categories in the general category, which comprises tech vocations, including skilled workers in Express Entry and skilled workers in the general category.
Prince Edward Island Provincial Nominee Program
A variety of immigration pathways are available through the Prince Edward Island provincial nominee program, which targets skilled laborers, recent post-secondary graduates, and immigrants with business acumen. Through a variety of immigration streams, the PEI PNP offers potential arrivals the chance to get a provincial nomination, hastening their journey to become permanent residents of Canada.
There are three categories in the program:
- PEI Express Entry
- PEI Labor Impact
- PEI Business Impact
41 invitations were sent out in the labor impact or Express entrance category to people employed in the manufacturing, food processing, healthcare, and agricultural sectors in Prince Edward Island’s most recent labor and entry draws, which took place on November 2, 2023. On October 19, 2023, 102 invitations were sent out in the labor impact or Express entry category to candidates with a minimum score of 55 for AMP Express Entry and critical workers.
Twenty invites were sent to applicants who work in the food processing and healthcare industries on October 5, 2023. On September 21, 2023, 153 invitations were sent to crucial worker candidates who received at least a score of 55 in the labor impact category. Two invites with a minimum score of 80 were sent out in the most recent draws for business work per entrepreneur invitations in Prince Edward Island on October 19, 2023.
Previous PNP Draws
These are some recent PNP draws for provincial nominee programs that have been held around Canada in the last few weeks.
British Columbia was one of the provinces that held draws in the PNP weekly Roundup on October 27, 2023. In 2023, British Columbia conducted draws on October 20. The drawings for October 13, 2023, were held in British Columbia and Alberta. Draws were held in Prince Edward Island, British Columbia, and Alberta on October 6, 2023. The draws for September 29, 2023, included Prince Edward Island, British Columbia, and Alberta.
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