The province of British Columbia held another tech draw for it-sector skilled workers and international graduated students who met the eligibility criteria under the Express Entry BC and Skills Immigration BC.
Prince Edward Island issued invitations to a total of 125 applicants by allowing them to apply for permanent residency. The minimum threshold of CRS points for the business invitations was 67 points.
The Canadian province Manitoba held their latest draw on 16th December where they invited a total of 349 candidates to apply for permanent residency. They picked out candidates under various streams being Skilled Workers in Manitoba, International Education Stream and Skilled Worker Overseas. 64 applications were accepted from the Canadian Express Entry System.
Candidates were nominated to apply under some of the major streams offered by Australia being Small Business Owners, 457/482 visa holders and Critical Skill Occupations. The applicants of 491 and 190 visa were nominated to apply.
Quebec held its latest round of invitations by conducting the draw on 9th December. The invitations were issued by the Ministère de l’Immigration, de la Francisation et de l’Intégration (MIFI) for candidates to apply for the Quebec Regular Skilled Worker Program (QSWP).
Candidates residing offshore who have a prior work experience of three years or more in their nominated or related occupation can apply for the visa subclass 190, Skilled Nominated (Permanent) Visa. If nominated, this visa will grant you permanent residency in Australia.
Western Australia invited candidates who had profiles submitted in SkillSelect. The state invited a number of applicants with scores as low as 65 points. The invites were nominated under Western Australia State Nominated Migration Program.
Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada are ending the year with inviting more and more people in Canada to apply for permanent residency. A total of 746 candidates were invited by the Canadian Immigration Department to apply for permanent residency.