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British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program

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Provincial immigration nominations are issued by Manitoba and British Columbia.

Invitations to apply (ITAs) for immigration have been sent out by Manitoba and British Columbia via their respective Provincial Nominee Programs (PNP). Through streams designated for skilled workers with expertise in critical employment fields, a job offer from the province, or prior academic coursework in the nominating province, candidates were solicited. Go on for a detailed explanation. Discover if You Are Eligible for Canadian Immigration Results of immigration, May 3–May 10   Note: The processes used by various PNPs to rate applicants for immigration are unique. Therefore, it is not appropriate to compare the cut-off scores for immigration drawings in one PNP with those from PNPs in other provinces. Furthermore, certain provinces may refer to ITAs using different words (like “Notifications of Interest” or “Letters of Advice to Apply”), although they all refer to the same type of invitation. BC, or British Columbia   Through the British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program’s (BCPNP) streams for skilled workers and international graduates (which includes the Express Entry British Columbia (EEBC) option), at least 77 individuals were invited by British Columbia. Those with qualifying professional expertise in the BCPNP target industries (veterinary care, childcare, construction, healthcare, and tech) were encouraged to apply for the posts. Each draw had different minimum scores, with the following cut-offs: Cut-off score for childcare draws: 90; Cut-off score for construction drawings: 93; Score threshold for healthcare draws: 100; Cutoff score for Tech Draw: 120; and Cut-off score for veterinary care draws: 80. Those who have just graduated within the last three years from an approved Canadian institution or college are the target audience for the International Graduate stream, which also includes the EEBC option. To be eligible for this stream, a job offer from a B.C. employer must be secured. The stream is an improved PNP stream that is compatible with the federal Express Entry system, as shown by the “includes EEBC option.” This implies that the BCPNP may extend invitations to qualified applicants in the Express Entry pool to immigrate and establish themselves in the province via this stream. Manitoba This week, 371 individuals were invited by Manitoba via the Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP). Three distinct streams of candidates were solicited, along with a draw tailored to a particular occupation. A selection process focused on profiles indicating current employment in occupations where there is a high labor shortage in the province was used for the initial draw. Candidates with experience in the following 18 National Occupation Classification (NOC) codes* were awarded ITAs: 72024 – Supervisors, operators of motor vehicles and other ground transportation; and 73301 – Transportation operators, including bus drivers and subway operators. * Canada’s national system for defining and classifying various employment in the nation’s labor market is known as the NOC system. 242 qualified applicants were called to the second draw, which was an all-program selection held under the Skilled Worker in Manitoba stream, which consists of the Employer Direct Recruitment and Manitoba Work Experience paths. To be invited, candidates had to receive a minimum ranking score of 836. The International Education Stream invited 76 qualified candidates for the third draw. Graduates from Manitoban institutions who fit the demands of the province’s labor market are invited to apply for the International Education Stream. The International Student Entrepreneur pathway, Graduate Internship track, and Career Employment pathway are all included in this stream. The last draw, which included 35 applicants with a minimum ranking score of 698, was held under the Skilled Worker Overseas stream. Candidates from overseas with professional expertise and in-demand skills can nominate themselves for immigration to Manitoba under the Skilled Worker Overseas stream. The Human Capital pathway and the Manitoba Express Entry pathway make up the stream. Sixty-six of the 371 invited individuals indicated they had a valid Express Entry profile and a valid job seeker validation code. Ceremony for Citizenship   An applicant for citizenship in Canada is required to attend a citizenship ceremony upon approval. In the course of the event, candidates will Discover if You Are Eligible for Canadian Immigration

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