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 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.
The state of Western Australia invited a number of applicant with scores as low as 65 points. The invites were issued under Western Australia State Nominated Migration Program which broadly has two streams.
Canada’s latest update for Omicron states total active cases at 35,941 with an increased death count of 27 reported on December 6 & 7. In the light of fast spread of this new variant, Canada also introduced new travel guidelines for people travelling in the country.
Health Minister Greg Hunt confirmed that the border reopening will go forward as planned. Australia will now welcome international student and skilled work force starting December 15.
The New South Wales Regional Sponsor majorly has different streams through which applicants can submit their profiles given, they meet the minimum eligibility criteria. Candidates residing onshore but in a different state will also be able to apply under some of these streams.