Australia Immigration Update – A Weekly Review
There are two Canadian provinces Manitoba and Prince Edward Island (PEI) have declared their provincial nomination draws and invited a total of 444 candidates from the Express Entry, and inland applications have received provincial nominations. Manitoba province has invited 303 candidates from their Standard Skilled Worker in Manitoba, Skilled Worker Overseas, and International Education Streams. The cut-off of both Standard Skilled Worker in Manitoba and Skilled Worker Overseas stream remained 705+ points. On the other end, the PEI has invited 141 candidates from their preschedule draw out-of them, 130 candidates have received the invitations from the Express Entry stream, and 11 candidates received the invitation from the business category. Both the category cut-off was 62 points.
|STREAMS||LETTERS OF ADVICE TO APPLY (LAA) ISSUED||LOWEST-RANKED CANDIDATE INVITED|
|Skilled Workers in Manitoba||201||707|
|Skilled Workers Overseas||61||708|
|International Education Stream||41||NA|
|*Out of these 303 candidates there are 46 candidates have a valid Express Entry profiles and received the Letter of Advice to Apply (LAA)|
At present, most of the provinces are declaring their draws but somewhere down the line, the entire immigration is waiting for any significant change. Luckily, last Friday the Canadian immigration minister has declared to resume the FSWP & CEC draws from the July month. The news not only raises the hopes of thousands of migrants who are looking to Move to Canada but also helps to fulfil the labour market shortage.