Latest Canada PNP Draw Results: Express Entry Candidates Receive ITAs For Nominations

Latest Canada PNP Draw Results: Express Entry Candidates Receive ITAs For Nominations

Canada provincial nomination programs (PNP) from Saskatchewan and Nova Scotia actively invited skilled workers including Express Entry for provincial nominations on November 8.   

In total, PNPs across Canadian provinces were expected to target about 80,000 PR admissions to Canada in 2022. The target is increased to over 105,000 profiles in 2023. Canada PNP in 2023 will target more immigrants than Express Entry for permanent residency. Read the full blog here

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Latest Saskatchewan PNP Draws

35 invitations to apply were issued to eligible candidates through the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) on November 8.

SINP draw breakdown includes 21 candidates from the Express Entry category and 10 from the Occupations-In-Demand category. The minimum Expression of Interest score in both categories was 69. 

All candidates invited had Educational Credential Assessments (ECA). It is necessary to assess the education qualification of foreign candidates matches that of Canadian standards. 

In order to be considered for nominations under the upcoming Saskatchewan Immigration Nominee Program (SINP) draws, candidates must register their Expression of Interest (EOI) profile with the provincial authority. 

Candidates must demonstrate their commitment to meaningfully settling in Saskatchewan by demonstrating their work experience, education, language ability, age, and connections to the province.

Additionally, candidates already in the federal Express Entry pool need to register another EOI and choose Saskatchewan. 

Nova Scotia PNP ‘Base’ Stream Draws 

Nova Scotia activated its Labour Market Priorities base stream for the first time since February. On November 8, the provincial draw from Nova Scotia issued letters of interest to candidates.  

‘Base’ stream targets candidates from a separate pool and delinked from federal Express Entry. It targets candidates with specific skills and experience for temporary residence in Canada. 

‘Base’ PNP streams –

  1. Physician Stream: for physicians who have a job offer in Nova Scotia and are not in the Express Entry system;
  2. Skilled Worker Stream: for skilled workers who have received a job offer in the province;
  3. Occupation In-Demand Stream: for workers with a job offer in an occupation that is deemed “in-demand;”
  4. Entrepreneur Stream: for individuals who wish to start a business in the province; and
  5. International Graduate Entrepreneur Stream: for international graduates who wish to start a business in the province.

Leading Consultant for Canadian Immigration 

Statistics Canada in its recent report noted the continued dependence of Canada on immigration to support its population growth. The report projected that Canada’s population could reach up to 57 million people by 2068 and is largely driven by increased immigration.

Interested Express Entry candidates with successful provincial nomination may receive an additional 600 points toward their Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score. It will effectively guarantee an ITA for Canada PR in the subsequent IRCC’s Express Entry fortnight draw.   

A certified immigration consultant like CanApprove can improve your chances of qualifying for Canadian immigration based on your work experience and academic profile.  

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