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In two draws held by BC PNP 427 immigration candidates invited

British Columbia, PNP Draw 427 invitations

British Columbia, PNP Draw 427 invitations

In the series of BC PNP draws, the latest one took place on Aug 17, 2021. Keeping with the trending practice of conducting a set of 2 draws on one day, BC held a generic draw as well as a draw that was specifically meant for particular employment categories that are NOC coded.

Who is British Columbia looking for?

British Columbia needs skilled and experienced foreigners who can boost its growing economy and the job market. There are many areas in which communities and employers of BC are looking for good foreign workers to work in Canada in the province.

A major chunk of recruitment is to areas like:

  • Technology
  • Healthcare
  • Business Administration
  • Engineering
  • Sales & Service

What are the perks?

To start with, the average salary in British Columbia is CAD 62,000 per annum. Your expertise, skill, and experience and the position you don depending on the industry will fetch handsome paychecks for sure.

Besides, the career paths available to immigrants offer perks like the following:

  • Financially assist candidates to pay for licenses or professional training
  • Help candidates with experience and credentials assessment
  • Help candidates to communicate with regulatory authorities
  • Get candidates to opportunities in Canadian work experience – E.g., work-study programs in your industry
  • Provide language training that’s related to the job involved
  • Help candidates with planning a career and coaching
  • Give the candidate’s referrals to mentors and employers
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More about the August 17 draw

Here’s how the BC PNP draw went:

Date Draw type No. of
Category Min.
Other details
August 17, 2021 Generic 363 SI – Skilled Worker 91
SI – International Graduate 78
SI – Entry Level and Semi-Skilled 73
EEBC – Skilled Worker 88
EEBC – International Graduate 76
Job-specific 64 SI – Skilled Worker 106 ITAs issued to NOCs 0631, 0621 only.
SI – International Graduate 106
EEBC – Skilled Worker 106
EEBC – International Graduate 106

What are NOCs 0631 and 0621?

  • NOC 0621 is the occupation code assigned for Retail and Wholesale Trade Managers.
  • NOC 0631 is the occupation code assigned for Restaurant and Food Service Managers

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Ontario PNP draw invites 479 international graduates, offers nomination

Ontario holds first PNP invitation round for Masters and PhD grads

Ontario holds first PNP invitation round for Masters and PhD grads

Ontario was lately in the news for revamping the system of intake for the Master’s Graduate stream and the Ph.D. Graduate stream. That was 2 weeks back. Now, Ontario has held its very first round of invitations for these streams on August 18, 2021.

The new streams are basically what gives international students who graduated from a university in Ontario deemed eligible by the government the chance to Canada PR and move to Ontario. They aren’t required to hold a job offer to be eligible.

The August 18 round of invitations

An Ontario PNP draw was conducted on August 18, 2021, wherein OINP issued invitations to 479 international student graduates. They were invited to apply for a provincial nomination from Ontario.

Of the 479 invitations, 402 went to the candidates from the Master’s Graduate stream. The minimum EOI score required for them to get invited was 39.

77 candidates were invited from the Ph.D. Graduate stream. They needed an EOI score of at least 17.

Opportunity for students who study in Canada

It’s one thing to get to study in Canada in a reputed university/college in Ontario. Now, with the introduction of 2 new immigration streams, those who graduate from the Ontario institutions will have a chance to directly apply to become a permanent resident Canada welcome.

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About the ranking system of Ontario PNP

Ontario ranks EOI profiles of immigration candidates on the basis of human capital factors. The scores given are based on the stream the candidates apply for. So, besides work experience and level of skills, factors like education, wage, the region of study in Canada, and skills in the official language.

Besides these, Ontario also gives 10 points as it chooses to in response to the requirements of the labor market.

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PR – Permanent Residence/Permanent Resident

EOI – Expression of Interest

PNP – Provincial Nominee Program

OINP – Ontario Immigration Nominee Program

463 Express Entry candidates advance to Canada PR after EE draw

463 Express Entry candidates advance to Canada PR after EE draw

463 Express Entry candidates advance to Canada PR after EE draw

Provincial nomination is the next best option for skilled and eligible immigration candidates to migrate to Canada. The PNP draws held by Canada invite candidates with registered profiles in the Express Entry system to apply for a provincial nomination. Those who get nominations approved have a golden chance in an Express Entry driven PNP draw like the one that took place on August 18, 2021, to apply for a Canada PR.

The August 18 draw

The draw was held involving Express Entry candidates who already held a provincial nomination. Hence, by virtue of the 600 CRS points they acquired while receiving the nomination, the minimum score required in the draw was set at 751.

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The minimum CRS points stipulated for candidates in the previous draw of this format was 760. Indeed, decreasing the CRS points requirement is a step Canada is taking to improve Canada immigration, bringing more immigrants to Canadian provinces.

The tie-break rule

A tie-break rule, as the name suggests, helps to end the deadlock of more than one immigration candidate having the required minimum CRS score. The tie-break rule is also applied as an administrative requirement, irrespective of a deadlock happening or not.

So, as per the rule, only those candidates who have submitted their Express Entry profiles before April 13, 2021, at 16:29:29 UTC will get the invitation to apply for Canada PR.

The trend around PNP and CEC candidates

Ever since the pandemic made travel across the Canadian border subject to restrictions, Canada immigration draws too became keen to admit more readily available to join immigration candidates. Such candidates were mostly found in the PNP and CEC streams. About 90% of these candidates are already living in Canada and are unaffected by travel restrictions like overseas candidates.

This trend ensured that the gaps in the labor market will be filled faster. Besides, the PNP and CEC candidates with Canadian experience get more weightage.

But this hasn’t taken away the significance given to skilled overseas candidates. Now that Canada is slowly reopening its borders and are in a better position to manage the pandemic crisis, more overseas candidates will be drawn into the immigration stream in the days to come.

This can be already seen happening. Right now, those whose Canada PR applications have been approved are exempt from travel restrictions. Hence, PNP applicants overseas can arrive in Canada and assume permanent residency.

So, this is the best time to hope for good news for those who have already received nominations in PNP draws. Others can start attempting to get selected and get PNP nominations which will lead to Canadian permanent residence sooner.

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PR – Permanent Residence/Permanent Resident

PNP – Provincial Nominee Program

CEC – Canadian Experience Class

July 2021 figures reveal Canada immigration on track and rolling

40,000 immigrants welcomed by Canada in July 2021

40,000 immigrants welcomed by Canada in July 2021

Canada’s Immigration Minister Marco Mendicino has put out some delightful news for those who love to hear about Canada immigration. He has stated that his country is very much on track to achieve the immigration goal of 401,000 newcomers in 2021.


How could he say that?

As per the statistics in July 2021, under Canada immigration, 39,500 newcomers have been added to the population of immigrants in Canada. This is an advancement from 35,700 new immigrants in June 2021. So, if Mendicino is confident about achieving the Canada immigration target set in the Immigration Levels Plan 2021-2023, that’s no surprise.

Did you know?

The annual target for Canada immigration for 2021 was 341,000 newcomers before the COVID-19 pandemic started. Talk about ambition!

There’s no stopping IRCC from chasing highly ambitious immigration targets. Canada has admitted about 184,000 new immigrants in 2021 so far.

Canada has welcomed new immigrants at a higher level in the months of June and July 2021. It seems to be a move to catch up with the high target the country has to achieve. Also, this will help garner more support for the economic recovery post-COVID.

What’s left to do to achieve the annual target?

IRCC must admit 217,000 more new immigrants in the remaining months of 2021 to achieve its target for 2021. In other words, an average admission of 43,400 newcomers per month will be necessary.

Canada’s areas of advantage

  • Canada can allow 23,000 COPR holders to move to the country as travel restrictions have been eased for them now.
  • Even any other candidates whose Canada PR application has been approved can now move to the country.
  • By the end of 2021, Canada expects to process 40,000 applications received from essential workers and international graduates via 6 new Canada immigration streams.
  • By choosing to focus on CEC candidates in all of the recent draws held by IRCC, a significant number of newcomers are expected to quickly turn permanent residents. This is because 90% of these candidates are already present in the country.
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Alberta PNP draw issues invitations to 396 immigration candidates

Alberta holds biggest PNP draw of 2021

Alberta holds biggest PNP draw of 2021

Alberta, the richest province of Canada, has invited 396 immigration candidates to apply for a provincial nomination leading to Canada PR. The Alberta PNP draw, held on August 10, 2021, was the biggest one yet in 2021.

Alberta is a rapidly growing province and it’s inviting skilled foreigners to contribute to its development. The minimum CRS score asked for by AINP from the candidates was 300.

The total number of immigration candidates invited by Alberta in 2021 has reached 3,157. The cap on nominations Alberta can issue is 6,250. So, the opportunity to migrate to this wonderful province is up for grabs for the fastest hands.

Alberta is well-known for its oil and farming industries. Nevertheless, the province is no less appealing for professionals in skilled jobs in finance, tourism, and manufacturing.

An ambitious Canada is doing its best to reopen its vistas of career opportunities to deserving candidates all over the world. That comes with a perk of faster and easier access to Canada PR. The advantages of Canada immigration are reflected by Alberta too, offering opportunities to aspiring professionals.

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Eligibility for Alberta Express Entry Stream

These are the criteria for eligibility for applying for nomination to Alberta:

  • You must have work experience in an occupation the province deems eligible.
  • You must express your interest to move to Alberta in your Express Entry
  • Factors that will help you better in getting your application closer to approval are:
    • Having work experience in the province
    • A job offer from Alberta
    • Having a Canadian education
    • Having a parent, sibling, or child in Alberta as a Canadian citizen or Canada PR

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Manitoba PNP invites 275 new immigration candidates for nomination

Manitoba PNP invites 275 new immigration candidates for nomination

Manitoba PNP invites 275 new immigration candidates for nomination

Manitoba invited 275 immigration candidates in yet another Manitoba PNP draw that was held on August 12, 2021. The selected candidates were invited to apply for a provincial nomination.

After successfully obtaining a nomination from Manitoba, these candidates will be eligible to apply for Canada PR.

Here’s a summary of the draw results:

Category No. Of invitations Min. EOI score
International Education Stream 31
Skilled Workers Overseas 6 719
Skilled Workers in Manitoba 238 454

Express Entry candidates received 36 invitations in all.

Any candidate has to register an EOI with the Manitoba PNP to get a nomination from Manitoba. The candidates thus become eligible to get an LAA (invitation) via the Skilled Workers Overseas and Skilled Workers in Manitoba streams.

Manitoba PNP ranks the candidates out of 1,000 points. Considering the candidate’s human capital factors. The aim of the migration streams under Manitoba PNP is to let Manitoba find immigration candidates who can meet the needs of the province’s labor market needs.

Among the criteria these candidates have to meet is proving previous ties with the province of Manitoba. This could be found via previous experience in the province, close family ties, or being invited via one of Manitoba’s Strategic Recruitment Initiatives. It’s not mandatory for candidates to be residing in Manitoba while applying for nomination.

If candidates want to get invited to Manitoba under the Skilled Worker in Manitoba category, they must have a job offer for a full-time job from an employer in the province.

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About Express Entry

Express Entry is a points-based application management system used by the federal government to manage applications for immigration. These applications are filed for 3 federal high-skilled immigration programs namely CEC, FSTP, and FSWP.

The applicants to Express Entry have their profiles added to a candidate pool that’s accessible to both federal and provincial governments. Every candidate profile is ranked by CRS with scores assigned. Factors like age, education, work experience, and skills in Canada’s official language are considered to decide the scores.

When provincial governments choose Express Entry candidates through PNP draws, they automatically add 600 extra points to their original CRS scores. This way, the candidates get a higher score that will increase their chances to get an ITA to the near surety in a forthcoming federal immigration draw.

The highest-scoring Express Entry candidates are invited by IRCC to apply for Canada PR when they take part in regular invitation rounds. Those who are invited can officially apply for Canada immigration.

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PR – Permanent Residence/Permanent Resident

CRS – Comprehensive Ranking System

LAA – Letters of Advice to Apply

EOI – Expression of Interest

PNP – Provincial Nominee Program

IRCC – Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada

FSWP – Federal Skilled Worker Program

FSTP – Federal Skill Trades Program

CEC – Canadian Experience Class

Many more immigrants to find opportunity to work in Canada in 2021

Demand for skilled immigrants booms in Canada as workers retire

Demand for skilled immigrants booms in Canada as workers retire

The expectation is high that the demand for skilled and talented immigrants to become part of the country’s workforce filling vacant jobs will exponentially increase in 2021. This will be unfolding as companies get their operations back on track and their workers, who work in Canada begin to retire or quit their jobs in large numbers in comparison to 2020.

This was expressed in a statement issued by eminent economist Andrew Agopsowicz. His observation was that much lesser individuals were prepared to leave their jobs while the COVID-19 was at its peak position in Canada. It was also his revelation that the labor market uncertainty in the period the COVID-19 pandemic pushed matters towards a significant dip in job exits made voluntarily.

The Canadian economy is bouncing back. Many people are doing reviews of their options to work in Canada. They are choosing to quit or retire from their jobs. These activities are beginning to get back to levels seen before the COVID-19 crisis.

The current situation

  • In June 2021, nearly 3 times the workers quit their work in Canada (16,700) in comparison to June 2020.
  • Andrew figures that 125,000 workers in Canada will possibly retire in the second half of 2021.
  • On top of that, a growing number of job vacancies are opening up (550,000) in Q1 of 2021.

Translating the developments for Canada immigration

In the current situation, lots of opportunities for foreign workers will be opened. These workers have kept their hopes alive to move to Canada taking part in various economic programs.

Immigration programs like GTS and TFWP are comparatively quicker solutions to fix the labor shortage problem for Canadian employers. Under these programs, Canadian visa application processing and processing of work permits are done within 2 weeks.

Andrew has also found a tremendous pressure building on Canada’s labor market. This may be felt in industries where employment levels have returned to levels before the pandemic crisis picked up.

Canada’s international travel restrictions – an update

Canada is planning to reopen its borders and allow international travel for non-essential purposes. This will be from September 7, 2021, if the COVID-19 cases stay low. Until then, it seems unlikely that immigration will become a quick fix for employers to find a solution to their labor shortage issue.

As Andrew finds it, with shortages growing, Canada will be forced to urgently focus on new and under-utilized sources of labor. These will include immigration, women, and visible minorities. However, in the short run, these sources won’t be offering much relief in the situation persisting in the labor market.

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Opportunities for techies to work in Canada – the pathways

Advantages of coming to Canada as a tech worker

Advantages of coming to Canada as a tech worker

There are many opportunities for tech professionals to work in prestigious companies in Canada. If you are a tech professional nurturing the desire to live and work in Canada, we can tell you about the different pathways available to you.

The basics

If you want to arrive and legally work in Canada, you need a work permit. There are certain types of work permits that are specifically meant for tech workers. Nevertheless, you can even directly apply for a Canada PR visa, which can automatically give you the right to work in Canada.

Types of Canada Work permits available to tech workers

Global Talent Stream

This stream is involved in processing 80% of Canadian work permit applications in 2 weeks or less. The stream is used as a high-paced process to rope in highly skilled workers from overseas.

Under this stream, qualifying employers can belong to either of the following categories:

Category A ·      It’s meant for quickly-growing companies that need specialized talent from abroad.

·      The employer has to obtain approval from a referral partner viz. A local government/semi-governmental agency that’s engaged in the economic development of a city or a similar area.

Category B ·      It’s meant for employers seeking certain particular skilled workers who are essentially required for work in Canada.

·      Their jobs are listed in the Global Talent Occupation list.


The CUSMA replaced its predecessor, NAFTA. Transfer of talent between the 3 countries namely the US, Canada, and Mexico is what’s achieved through CUSMA. There are 63 occupations that CUSMA identifies that qualify under the category of Professionals. Computer System Analyst is one among them.

Under CUSMA, there are ICTs (Intra-Company transfers). Employees that are moved between locations within the company to a Canadian branch are referred to as ICTs. Such employees would have worked for at least a year in the company. They would be handling roles in management or working with special knowledge.


As there’s ICT under CUSMA, employees could be transferred from a country other than the US or Mexico. An employee arriving to work in Canada via an ICT has no need for an LMIA.

Canada PR pathways

If you chose to stay longer in Canada, you could apply for a Canada PR visa. Becoming a permanent resident in Canada helps you to forego the need for a work permit. The status of a PR is always higher than a TFW who is a temporary resident in Canada.

The only thing to be mindful of is the possible necessity to renew their PR card. Another perk of being a Canada PR is that it offers a better shot at becoming a citizen just years after living on the PR visa.

Express Entry

It’s the most popular pathway for immigrants to reach Canada.

Express Entry is a points-based application management system. It’s put into use by the federal government for the management of applications for Canada immigration. These applications are filed for high-skilled immigration programs of the federal government: CEC, FSTP, and FSWP.

Foreign tech workers can utilize the FSWP and CEC streams. The FSTP is meant for people involved in trades.

80% of immigration applications are processed by the Express Entry system in 6 months or less. Every candidate profile in the Express Entry candidate pool is ranked with scores by CRS. Factors like education, age, work experience, and skills in Canada’s official language are considered to assign the scores.

On a bi-weekly basis, Canada selects the profiles of candidates who score the highest to issue ITAs for Canada PR.

It’s been found that 1/3rd of all successful immigration applicants are tech workers. Also, 4 out of 5 top jobs most selected for ITAs are in the tech field.

BC PNP Tech draw

The tech draws conducted by British Columbia PNP unveil a priority pathway for certain tech-skilled candidates through the BC Tech stream. The candidates that BC PNP targets have jobs in one of the 29 occupations in the technology field that are listed by the province.

Ontario tech draws

Like British Columbia, Ontario also conducts tech draws to attract tech-skilled foreign workers. These candidates have to qualify for the Human Capital Priorities stream of Ontario. This in turn means that the candidates have to have eligibility for either FSWP or CEC programs.

For eligibility in the Ontario tech draw, you must have the experience of working in one of the following tech occupations:

  • software engineers & designers
  • computer engineers
  • database analysts & data administrators
  • computer programmers & interactive media developers
  • web designers & developers
  • computer & information systems managers

Immigration program for workers in IT, AI, and Visual Effects

An immigration pilot launched by Quebec in April 2021, has 2 streams that cater to tech-based workers. They are:


In the AI stream, there are 2 sub-streams.

  1. Stream for people who graduated from a university or college in Quebec (applicants need a job offer and work experience)
  2. Stream for workers who got trained in AI abroad (applicants needn’t have a job offer)

IT & Visual Effects

The workers under this stream are required to have a minimum work experience of 2 years in the last 5 years in 10 select occupations. They also need to have a new or ongoing job in their field of work. This is besides having the required education.

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Canada immigration and the advantage of learning French

How learning French can help you with Canada PR

How learning French can help you with Canada PR

You must be aware that Canada has more than one official language: English and French. When it comes to opportunities in Canada immigration, candidates should have sufficient skills in either or both of these languages to become eligible.

Though English is mostly spoken in Canada, you knowing French can give a distinct advantage. This happens especially when an opportunity comes to move to a Canadian province like Quebec, which is a Francophone province of Canada.

It’s undisputed that having skills in more than one language can benefit you immensely as it ups your opportunities and broadens your social network as well as career connections.

Certain PNP draws linked to Express Entry focuses on candidates with French language skills. There’s the FSW stream which is solely for Francophone candidates. To be eligible under this stream, you must have a minimum score of 67 points.

Benefits of learning French

Better opportunities in Canada migration related to study or work is accessible with a good base in the French language. If you are curious to learn the benefits of learning the French language, we are listing down some of those benefits for you below:

Opportunities to work in Canada

If you are aspiring to work in Canada, learning French can give you better potential and mileage. Multilingual candidates have an edge over others when it comes to quite a few job opportunities that come up in Canada.

Opportunities to study in Canada

French is the second language for communication in Canada. So, with knowledge of the French language, your chances of admission to excellent Canadian colleges will be much better.

When you intend to become Canada PR after doing study in Canada, your knowledge of French is going to be highly useful and will add points to your profile.

Opportunities in other countries

It’s one thing to score in Canada, but why limit yourself? With good knowledge of the French language, you can extend your search for career opportunities even in European countries. A Canadian graduate with skills in the French language will surely catch the eye of an employer in Europe while seeking candidates for prospective job openings.

What are tests that prove French skills?

If you want to prove your knowledge and proficiency in the French language, you have to take the TEF test. There are 2 types of this test:

  • TEF, which is widely accepted in Canada
  • TEFAQ, which is valid in the Canadian province of Quebec

If you have a high level of French skills, you could earn up to 30 points additionally during immigration candidate evaluation.

Your skills in French for Canada migration are evaluated using the NCLC test. For English, it’s the CLB test.

In case you score 7 or above in the NCLC test in all aspects of language skills:

  • You will be awarded 15 additional points in case you scored 4 or less in CLB.
  • You will be awarded 30 additional points in case you scored 5 or more in all 4 English skills.

So, isn’t it a great idea to get trained in French?

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Federal, NL govts extend immigration agreement, to benefit Canada PR

Canada federal ministers meet to speed up and boost Canadian immigration

Canada federal ministers meet to speed up and boost Canadian immigration

In a few years in the past, the Canadian government and the provincial government of Newfoundland & Labrador have been working together for the sake of new immigrants. The Canada-Newfoundland & Labrador Immigration Agreement has been fueling enabling the newcomers in the province to settle and thrive in the region.

The original agreement was signed in 2016. It laid out a blueprint for cooperation between the federal and provincial governments on immigration. It also laid out the objectives to be achieved in this context.

Now, Marco Mendicino, Canada’s Minister of Immigration along with Andrew Furey, the Premier of Newfoundland & Labrador, jointly made a significant announcement. They announced the extension of the immigration agreement between Canada and Newfoundland & Labrador.

With the extension, deeper and closer partnership between the provincial and federal governments will come into being. Also, it will ensure that the needs of the province will be addressed and responded to by immigration policies. These policies will also support the requirements of the labor market in Newfoundland & Labrador, resulting in the growth and prosperity of its communities.

The extended agreement will govern the relationship between the province and the federal government in the area of immigration till July 31, 2022. The agreement will let the government of Newfoundland & Labrador issue nominations to aspiring Canadians willing to help the province’s population and economy grow. They will also help in achieving both provincial and federal objectives concerning immigration.

The extended agreement complements the Atlantic Growth Strategy. This includes the AIP (Atlantic Immigration Pilot) which was launched in 2017.

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The Atlantic Immigration Pilot

Since 2017, when the pilot was launched, AIP helps employers in Atlantic Canada to hire candidates, who are qualified to do jobs for which no local workers were available. The pilot succeeded tremendously. It attracted significant numbers of talent from overseas and retained them in the region.

As of May 2021, employers under AIP have made more than 9,200 job offers in diverse sectors ranging from manufacturing to healthcare. More than 8,000 newcomers along with their families were welcomed to the region. An evaluation by IRCC found that over 90% of AIP immigrants surveyed were still residing in Atlantic Canada after 1 year.

To date in 2021, assistance was provided to 275 new employees as well as 300 of their family members to get Canada PR to settle down in the province of Newfoundland & Labrador via AIP and PNP. The province has also invited 400 people in the healthcare sector to apply for Canada PR. This was as part of the pathway of Priority Skills NL. It will issue invitations to tech professionals and professionals in aquaculture in the weeks to come. Its success will enable AIP to become a permanent program in 2022 after the pilot period is over.

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