Latest Canada PNP updates of November 2020

Latest Canada PNP updates of November 2020

Canada’s PNP draws in November 2020 – A recap

So, November 2020 is coming to an end and we would love to look back at how Canada immigration performed at the provincial level during the month.

PNP draws are held by Canadian provinces to welcome skilled foreign immigrants to arrive and help meet the human resource requirements in the respective labor markets. It’s also a pathway for those who love to work in Canada and go on to become permanent residents in Canada.

Let’s look at the major PNP draws that were conducted in Canada in November 2020.

Ontario PNP – November 26, 2020

On November 26, 2020, Ontario opened its Employer Job Offer: International Student stream for a PNP draw. The stream targeted candidates with a job offer from an employer in Ontario. But the draw was abruptly closed due to technical issues.

British Columbia PNP – November 24, 2020

BC PNP held a PNP draw on November 24, 2020, in which 360 invitations were issued to apply for a provincial nomination. 31 jobs were excluded from the list of jobs for which the candidates were given offers.

Prince Edward Island PNP – November 19, 2020

In a round of PNP draw held by PEI on November 19, 2020, 254 candidates from the skilled worker and entrepreneur categories were invited. 221 invites were issued to Express Entry and Labour Impact candidates. 33 invitations went to Business Impact candidates.

Saskatchewan PNP– November 19, 2020

On November 19, 2020, Saskatchewan held an EOI draw that invited 551 candidates from 2 streams:

  • Occupations in Demand stream – 337 invitations – Minimum score required was 80 points
  • Express Entry stream – 214 invitations – Minimum score required was 78 points

Manitoba PNP – November 19, 2020

Manitoba issued LAAsto 196 candidates who were skilled workers and international students. The candidates were invited through 3 MPNP streams:

  • Skilled Workers in Manitoba – 144 LAAs
  • International Education – 30 LAAs
  • Skilled Workers Overseas – 22 LAAs

British Columbia – November 17, 2020

BC PNP invited 76 immigration candidates who were skilled workers and international students. The draw was a BC PNP Tech Pilot draw. Candidates were invited through 4 streams:

  • SI Skilled Worker
  • EEBC Skilled Worker
  • SI International Graduate
  • EEBCInternational Graduate

The minimum score required for each stream was 80 points.

Ontario – November 12, 2020

Ontario issued 443 NOIs in its November 12 PNP draw to Express Entry candidates. The draw was conducted through the Human Capital Priorities stream. NOIs were issued to candidates with CRS scores ranging from 469 to 477 points.

The NOC codes targeted in the draw included healthcare, sales, advertising, and finance.

British Columbia – November 10, 2020

BC invited 358 immigration candidates in a draw held by BC PNP on November 10, 2020. 31 jobs were excluded from the list of jobs for which the candidates were given offers.

Manitoba – November 5, 2020

MPNP issued 205 LAAs to skilled workers and international students on November 5, 2020. Invitations were issued to candidates through 3 MPNP streams:

  • Skilled Workers in Manitoba – 166 LAAs
  • International Education – 23 LAAs
  • Skilled workers Overseas – 16 LAAs

Ontario – November 4, 2020

OINP held a PNP draw on November 4, 2020, that issued 210 NOIs to immigration candidates. Their required CRS scores ranged from 452 to 470.

The candidates qualified for the draw had a minimum CLB of 6 in English and 7 in French.

Ontario – November 4, 2020

OINP issued 516 NOIs in a draw that was conducted through its Express Entry Skilled Trades stream. The candidates had to have CRS scores ranging from 436 to 470.

Saskatchewan – November 3, 2020

Saskatchewan immigration held an EOI draw on November 3, 2020. SINP issued 534 invitations across 2 streams:

  • Occupations In-demand – 262 invitations
  • Express Entry – 272 invitations

The minimum score prescribed for candidates in both streams was 68.

British Columbia – November 3, 2020

BC PNP Tech Pilot draw held on November 3, 2020, issued 76 invitations to skilled workers and international graduates. Invitations were sent through 4 streams:

  • SI Skilled Worker
  • EEBC Skills Worker
  • SI International Graduate
  • EEBC International Graduate

The minimum score required of candidates was 80 points.

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Note:

PNP – Provincial Nominee Program

BC – British Columbia

PEI – Prince Edward Island

EOI – Expression of Interest

LAA – Letters of Advice to Apply

MPNP – Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program

EEBC – Express Entry BC

NOI – Notification of Interest

CRS – Comprehensive Ranking System

CLB – Canadian Language Benchmark

SINP – Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program

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