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Canada provinces first New Draws and Invitations in 2019

Canada provinces first New Draws and Invitations in 2019

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There are several migration programs in Canada in more than one county. The program includes investment for skilled workers, business program and other. Each program is different in terms of the requirements and points required by the applicant to immigrate to Canada. One of the main programs is the (Express Entry System) This program is for people with the right education, working experience and knowledge of one of the official languages in Canada (English and French), through which people who have extensive experience in their field and Are interested in working in one of Canada's provinces. as for the second program is The Business Migration Program is for people interested in setting up their own business in Canada. This program is for business owners and corporate executives.

In 2019, regional candidacy programs were opened in Canada for more than one province.

Prince Edward Island’s provincial nominee program held its first draw of 2019 on January 17, issuing 91 invitations to immigration candidates through its Express Entry, Labour Impact, and Business Impact categories.  

Known as the PEI PNP, the program allows the island province to nominate a set number of economic immigration candidates each year for permanent residence.

Manitoba issued a total of 626 invitations to apply for a provincial nomination for permanent residence on January 17 in its first draw of the New Year.  

Manitoba is one of nine Canadian provinces that take part in Canada’s Provincial Nominee Program, which allows participating provinces to nominate a set number of economic immigration candidates for permanent residence each year.

Candidates in the Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP)’s Skilled Workers Overseas, Skilled Workers in Manitoba and International Education streams were issued invitations to apply for a provincial nomination in the January 17 draw.

Ontario’s Human Capital Priorities Stream got the New Year off to a big start this week, issuing 1,493 invitations to Express Entry candidates with ranking scores as low as 439. The Human Capital Priorities Stream allows the Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP) to search the federal Express Entry pool for candidates who meet the stream’s federal and provincial eligibility criteria.

Saskatchewan The first entrepreneur invitation of 2019 on the 3rd of January 2019 has been issued from Saskatchewan.

A total of 90 candidates were invited with scores ranging from 115 to 150 under the category of pointing system. Saskatchewan entrepreneur category is for qualified applicants who want to establish, acquire and partner in a business that meets specified criteria.

In order to be qualified, interested entrepreneurs must first send an expression of interest to the Saskatchewan Immigrants Nominee Program, has issued 596 invitations to apply for a provincial nomination for Canadian permanent residence in its first Express Entry and Occupation In-Demand draws of 2019.

A total of 362 invitations went to candidates in the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP)’s Express Entry sub-category, which is linked to the federal Express Entry system and allows Saskatchewan to nominate eligible candidates for permanent residence.