Now It’s Time to Understand the Gravity of the Situation
Last couple of weeks have become draw-oriented for Canadian provinces. In last fortnight, 4 provinces have declared their draws and invited around 1500 candidates under different streams. The declared draw of the provinces highlights the factors which play vital role in getting invitations and their details are as per below.
The seventh Alberta Express Entry Stream Draw was held on 15th May and invited around 197 candidates. The beauty of the draw was the target CRS which is as low as 301. The draw was declared for two programs, Alberta Express Entry and Alberta Immigration Nominee Program.
The decisive eligibility criteria for the draw was at least 300 CRS score under the Alberta Express Entry stream and an occupation must be supportive to Alberta’s economic development and diversification priorities.
This year Saskatchewan is one of the vibrant provinces in term of launching frequent draws and inviting the good number of migrants. For the year they have already issued 814 invitations through its Express Entry sub-category and 854 invitations through its Occupation In-Demand sub-category.
The latest draw invited 325 candidates under the Express Entry and Occupation In-Demand Immigration subcategories. Out of the 325 invitations 221 went to occupation In-demand whereas 104 candidates got invitations under the Saskatchewan’s Express Entry sub-category. The lowest cut-off score counted in the draw under both programs is 82 points.
In just couple of weeks, Manitoba has come again with another 196 invitations in draw #66 dated 23rd May. It has issued 119 LOA under the skilled worker in Manitoba stream with the lowest ranked cut-off is 548. The latest cut-off goes down up to 21 points than the previous draw which indicates the potential of the province.
On the other hand, 17 Letter of Advice issued under International Education Stream whereas 60 candidates who got their LOA directly by the MPNP under a Strategic Recruitment Initiative Ranking, the lowest score which came around 506 under the stream.
Ontario has once again opened the doors for the French language speaking skilled workers. The draw was held on 22nd May which issued 360 invitations through Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP)’s French Speaking Skilled Worker Stream.
The stream does not require job offer in Ontario and not require a minimum CRS score as well to be eligible. However, candidates must have the proven CLB – 7 score in French language and have CLB – 6 score in English language.
This is the draw number 6 under the stream whereas since the first draw the province has already issued 549 invitations throughout the year.
In the conclusion, we would suggest that Canadian Immigration is not only more emphasising on the province nomination than the federal programs but also inviting good number of candidates through declaring the frequent draws. To check your free and accurate eligibility assessment for the provinces from the No.1 Immigration Specialist in Gujarat “Aspire Square” – Call or Email us | M – +91 88 66 88 07 07 | [email protected]