Ontario’s PNP allocation for 2024 receives a significant boost to 21,500 nominations, reflecting a 5,000 increase from 2023. Following discussions at the FMRI meeting last November, provinces advocated for greater control over nominations and higher allocations. This aligns with Canada’s Immigration Levels Plan, welcoming 110,000 new permanent residents through PNP, surpassing the Express Entry program. Provinces, excluding Quebec and Nunavut, receive annual allocations from IRCC, aiming to better plan local infrastructure for newcomers. Meanwhile, British Columbia recently invited 83 candidates in various categories, signaling ongoing opportunities in provincial nominee programs. Stay informed for more updates!

British Columbia’s PNP draws featured various thresholds, including a 125 minimum score for International Graduates (EEBC option) and 107 for Entry-Level and Semi-Skilled candidates. Additionally, targeted draws for specific occupations saw 18 childcare and 25 healthcare candidates invited with a minimum score of 90, while construction candidates needed 95.

Meanwhile, Alberta’s AAIP issued 48 invitations in the Dedicated Healthcare Pathway, requiring a CRS score of 300 or higher. PEI also saw activity, issuing 66 invitations across healthcare, manufacturing, and early childhood education sectors. Stay tuned for more updates on provincial nominee programs !!

News Source :https://www.cicnews.com/2024/04/ontario-releases-2024-pnp-allocation-three-provinces-nominate-candidates-in-latest-draws-0443802.html#gs.7nkdsp




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