The Latest PNP Draw of November
In the latest PNP draw of November, four provinces of Canada including British Columbia, Manitoba, Prince Edward Island, and Alberta invited a total of 677 candidates. Read the full article and find information about the nomination streams, invitation numbers, candidate cut-off scores, and other relevant details.
The Latest PNP Draw of November: Results from November 9-16
In the latest BC PNP draw held on November 16, the province invited more than 219 candidates in five different draws.
The largest draw among the five was a general invitation for 116 candidates from the Skilled Worker, International Graduate, and Entry Level and Semi-Skilled streams. Minimum scores for eligibility varied from 94 to 115, depending on the specific stream.
The remaining four draws were specifically conducted for Skilled Workers and International Graduates in distinct occupations:
- Early childcare educators and assistants: 59 candidates were invited, each requiring a minimum score of 60.
- Healthcare: 32 candidates received invitations, each with a minimum score of 60.
- Other priority occupations: Invitations were extended to fewer than five candidates, with a minimum score of 60
On November 16, Manitoba extended invitations to 301 candidates to apply through four draws within three distinct streams. In the Skilled Workers in Manitoba stream, a general draw encompassing all occupations invited 100 candidates with a minimum score of 809 to apply. A second draw for Skilled Workers, specific to certain occupations and spanning National Occupational Classification (NOC) codes in healthcare, education, and homecare, was also conducted. Additionally, the province invited 61 candidates from the International Education stream and 48 Skilled Workers from overseas with a minimum score of 721 in the remaining draws.
In the latest PNP draw of November, PEI PNP extended invitations to 141 candidates, with 134 being Labour and Express Entry candidates employed by a PEI Employer, requiring a minimum Expression of Interest (EOI) score of 55. Additionally, a smaller draw, targeted Business Work Permit Entrepreneur candidates, with seven individuals needing a minimum score of 80 for consideration. Over the past 12 months, PEI has invited a total of 2527 candidates through these two streams.
On November 9, Alberta extended invitations to 16 Express Entry candidates within the Dedicated Healthcare Pathway with Alberta Job Offer stream, necessitating a minimum Comprehensive Ranking System score exceeding 300. As indicated by the Alberta Advantage Immigration Program (AAIP), applicants in this stream, upon submission of their final application, can anticipate a processing time of up to two months before receiving a final decision.
Provincial Nominee Program
The Provincial Nominee Program or PNP is a great way to receive a Canadian permanent residency. Each PNP has one stream that is aligned with the Express Entry System, known as ‘Enhanced Nominations’. The advantage of enhanced PNP is that they award an extra CRS score of 600 points, which will guarantee PR to the applicant through express entry. Also, there is another stream under the PNP, known as ‘the base stream’. Here, you can apply to a PNP stream directly and once you obtain a provincial nomination, the federal government will process your permanent residence application.
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