Recently IRCC released a memo stating the reasons for which invitation to candidates who submitted applications under Federal Skilled Worker Program and Canadian Experience Class had suddenly stopped. IRCC justified it by mentioning that their initial plan after implementing the hold was to tackle with backlog applications.
On 2nd December 2021 the Canadian province Manitoba issued invitations to a total of 438 candidates who were eligible for their provincial nominee program. The streams through which applications were accepted were Skilled Workers in Manitoba, International Education Stream and Skilled Worker Overseas.
Canadian employers successfully added 154,000 new jobs in November. Because of this the unemployment levels fell considerably. The November’s job growth could be seen in almost every province of the country.
The province of British Columbia has been frequent with their draws in the past few months. After the last draw conducted on 23rd November 2021, they released results for their latest draw on 7th December 2021.
Candidates were nominated to apply for Canadian permanent residency under the OINP Employer Job Offer Category. Candidates who had profile submitted under express entry system and Regional Immigration Pilot were invited.
Candidates who had profiles submitted under the Expression of Interest System were nominated to settle in the province of Alberta. Since January, this has been the second smallest draw held by the province which issued invitations to candidates having the lowest CRS score cutoff of 350 or above.
This Australian visa subclass enables an employer to fill in a job position with offshore skilled workers that they were unable to fill with the currently residing Australians because of a number of reasons.
Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada held their second biggest draw of the year on 10th December 2021 by inviting 1,032 applicants through their Provincial Nominee Program category.