Western Canada Provinces Welcome New Applications Through PNPs

Western Canada Provinces Welcome New Applications Through PNPs

Canada, 8th September: Western Canada provinces welcome new applications through PNPs.

Yes, that is quite true.

Western Canada Provinces Welcome New Applications Through PNPsWestern Canada provinces welcome new applications through PNPs—Several Western Canada provinces welcome new applications through PNPs. Yes, that is quite true. Canadian provinces BC, Manitoba and Saskatchewan welcomed new immigrants over the last few weeks. Nearly 2,000 potential immigrants either got invitations to come here or submitted an application to one of the above mentioned three provinces.

“ Western Canada provinces welcome new applications through PNPs.”

BC, Saskatchewan and Manitoba-– A total of 714 applicants were issued a LAA (Letter of Advice to Apply) for Canada immigration through MPNP (Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program). This was under MPNP EOI (Expression of Interest) immigration process. The LAAs were issued to several candidates having expressed an interest to immigrate previously. This was on 24th August.

On the same day, a total of 598 applicants were issued invitations to apply(ITAs) for BC PNP(British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program).  On 30th August, up to 700 new applications were reopened for International Skilled Worker—Occupations in-Demand sub category of SINP(Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program. It may be worth notable that the intake cap was reached quite quickly. Its now closed.

Occupations in-demand for SINP International Skilled worker—SINP sub category enables skilled workers having experience in any in-demand occupation for making an application for a SINP provincial nomination certificate. This is followed by an application for Canada PR(Permanent residency).

The good thing about this program is that one does not need an job offer for making an application.

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Current occupations has 21 occupations across a wide range of industries. This includes trades, engineering, health care, IT and agriculture.

SINP sub category happens to be a base sub-category. This simply means that the category is not aligned with federal Express Entry immigration selection system. Those who are not eligible for Express entry(due to language ability or any other thing) can become eligible for SINP Sub-category.

MPNP for skilled foreigners—This grants LAAs through two sub-categories of skilled workers stream. Under MPNP’s EOI points based system, candidates are selected under a ranking system. Skilled foreign workers in Manitoba need 592 points out of 1,000 for getting an LAA. Skilled workers require 543 points.