Let’s check out the PNP Draw overview for the month of July.
In July, Canada PNP has invited 6000+ candidates to apply for the Permanent Residency. Since the beginning of the year 2021, the IRCC is holding only two categories draws Canadian Experience Class and Provincial Nomination Program. And as far as the PNP Draws are concerned they are happening on an average every two weeks in a month.
There were two CIC draws have been declared in the month of July,
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- First was on 7th July which has issued 627 invitations and the cut-off was 760 CRS Points
- The Second draw was on 21st July which has issued 462 candidates with 734 CRS cut-off.
Apart from this, the listed below provinces have also declared their own draws in July.
- Ontario has led with 6 draws and invited nearly 3000 candidates. In these draws, the province has focused on a contemporary approach and select the candidates from the various streams such as
- Entrepreneur Stream draw on 7th July
- Employer Job Offer: Foreign Worker Stream on 13th July
- Employer job offer: International Student Stream on 13th July
- In-Demand Skills (the province held its first-ever draw in this stream) on 15th July
- Bilingual Express Entry Candidates on 21st July
- Ontario’s Express Entry Human Capital Priorities stream on 27th July
- Over the past few months, this province has played an active role in inviting a huge number of candidates by the various streams. British Columbia is a province which focuses on only those candidates who have a valid job offer from the provincial employers or have a valid job experience or candidates who have completed their studies from there. As a result, especially during the pandemic, the province has stood alone in declaring frequent draws. In the last month as well, the province has remained consistent by declaring a record number of 6 draws. However, in the last month, only particular NOCs are on the radar of the provincial draw. For instance, there were 2 separate draws declared especially for the NOC 0621 – Retail and wholesale trade managers and 0631 – Restaurant and food service managers. Whereas, 2 separate draws were declared for the Tech Pilot Stream.
- Saskatchewan holds third position with 4 draws. 2 draws have been declared under the express entry category whereas 2 draws have been declared under the occupation-in-demand category. Among these 4 draws a province has invited 575 candidates from the target occupation codes. As compared to the last month the province has invited more than a double number of candidates in the month of July.
- From the last quarter or so this province seems quite busy in terms of declaring the draws as well as in inviting more and more candidates. This month Manitoba has declared 3 draws and especially on 27th July, they have touched a new benchmark by inviting 1140 Express Entry candidates under the skilled worker overseas stream. On the same note, in the last month also they have declared a record draw by issuing 1017 Letter of Advice to Apply (LAA) which has broken in the latest draw.
Alberta & Prince Edward Island
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- Both of these provinces have declared only 1 draw for the month. Alberta has declared the draw on 14th July with the cut-off of 301 CRS points and invited 181 express entry candidates under the Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program.
- On the other end, Prince Edward Island (PEI) has announced a pre-decided draw on 15th July and invited 127 candidates. 118 invitations went to the Express Entry and Labour Impact candidates. While 60 invitations went to the Business Impact candidates who have touched minimum points criteria of 60 points.
In a nutshell, according to studies, the Canadian provinces are expecting 80,000+ candidates per year until the year 2023. The Canadian provinces are ready to invite a huge number of candidates. if you are also wishes to migrate to Canada then you should start preparing yourself for the provincial nomination requirements and jump into a pool of express entry or submit your expression of interest (EOI) for the province nomination.