British Columbia and Ontario invite candidates in most recent Provincial Nomination draws

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This week, candidates in British Columbia and Ontario were invited to apply across their Provincial Nomination Programs.

Even though provincial candidacy is not synonymous with permanent residence, it can serve as the first step toward obtaining permanent resident status from Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC).

Apart from Quebec and Nunavut, the majority of Canadian provinces and territories run there own own Provincial Nomination Programs. Interested candidates could be invited to submit applications for a nomination through these programs.

Quebec’s immigration systems are prescribed by the region and are distinguishable from those of Canada.

The PNP was established in 1998 and now handles more than 80,000 PR admissions each year. The increase in PNP enrollment in Canada is due to the provincial and federal governments viewing it as an effective tool for promoting the country’s economic development outside of provinces and urban centers with the already elevated immigrant populations.

Results of provincial immigration from September 30 to October 7:

Ontario

The Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP) decided to invite 1,340 applicants from of the Express Entry Skilled Trades stream on September 29. A rating of 266 was required for candidates.

Candidates must already be residents of Ontario and have completed at least one year of paid full-time work (or paid part-time work equivalent) in Ontario in a skilled trade that is included in Minor Group 633 or Major Groups 72, 73, as well as 82 of the National Occupational Classification (NOC). The last two years should have seen the acquisition of work experience.

Candidates must also have a Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) rating of five or higher in either English or French, as well as a current trade license or certificate issued by an Ontario government.

Canadian Columbia

On October 4, more than 229 applicants were invited to submit their applications towards permit in British Columbia.

184 applicants were chosen at random from a wide pool, including those in the tech industry. Candidates from the categories of International Graduates and Skilled Workers, as well as Express Entry applicants, received invitations.

The minimum SIRS scores for applicants in the main draw ranged from 82 to 120. Similar to the Express Entry Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS), SIRS only applies to the PNP of British Columbia.

The following occupations were also the subject of invitation rounds from the province.

32 early child educators and assistants (NOC 4214) with at least 60 points, and 13 healthcare professionals out from Skilled Worker, International Graduate, Entry Level, and Semi-Skilled (including EEBC option) categories with at least 60 points
A minimum score of 60 is required for healthcare assistants in the entry-level and semi-skilled categories, as well as a minimum score of 60 for other priority vocations.

Depending on the labor force requirements of the province, different factors are considered for the BC PNP. British Columbia accounts for:

-Educational level, topic of study, and location of graduation
Language proficiency Workplace
-The length and level of job experience
-The pay and/or level of skill of the job offer -The desire to reside and operate in a particular area
-Strategic priorities: elements that support government pilot programs and initiatives or address particular labour market needs in British Columbia.

The transformation from NOC 2016 to NOC 2021, an up to date method of evaluating a candidate’s level of skill in economic immigration programs, will cause BC to suspend pulls between October 12 and November 16. As a result, this will be one of the final draws of October.

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