During the pandemic, Canada has been processing most applications under the Express Entry program as that is the most rewarding and quickest way for applicants as well as the government. Even before the pandemic, over 60% of candidates who immigrated to Canada were those through any one of the Express Entry Categories.
This year IRCC will select 30,000 people out of the same pool and issue them invitations to apply. Over the next two weeks till October 7, IRCC will start issuing invitations for the Parent/Grandparent Program. You’ll also have a chance to sponsor your spouse or partner’s parents/grandparents by becoming a co-signer in the application.
Concerning the worries of skilled workers in Quebec, those who have an upcoming expiry on their Work Permits and have already submitted their permanent residency application to Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada are now eligible to apply for a Bridging Open Work Permit.
Canada holds the authorization to order a resident to leave the country if they violate any laws, involve in any criminal activities or for any other reason that is deemed appropriate to issue a removal order.
As a measure taken for post-covid recovery, Australia has provided 70 more occupations for skilled workers to apply to, given, they meet the minimum requirements stated by the Department of Home Affairs.
The government of Nova Scotia has released all the prospective and latest high-demand jobs available in the province that a skilled worker and a semi-skilled worker with relevant work experience, knowledge & age and language proficiency can apply to.
The Saskatchewan Immigration Nominee Program (SINP) held its recent draw on 27 September, 2021 where it issued invitations to candidates under two categories, namely, Express Entry and Occupations In-Demand.
Canada has issued invitations to 761 candidates under the provincial nomination program of their Express Entry System. The minimum CRS Score requirement for this draw was 742.