Over 1,300 Candidates Invited in Latest PNP Draws

In the latest PNP draws, Manitoba, British Columbia and Prince Edward Island issued invitations to eligible candidates. All in all, 1,372 candidates received invitations, the province that invited most candidates was Manitoba. 

Every year, so many students go to Canada from India for study purposes, hoping to use that education in settling abroad. One of the pathways of British Columbia focuses on inviting such international graduates who are ready to use their skills in building a better future for themselves. 

In the latest draws, British Columbia once again gave a chance to International graduates along with skilled workers to come and work in the province. Let’s discuss this further below.  

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British Columbia Latest PNP Draw

In the most recent draw, BC PNP invited 230 candidates in all. Occupations considered were Tech, Healthcare, Childcare, and Construction. 

The streams selected for sending out invitations were Skilled Worker and International Graduates. Also, this included the EEBC option.
 

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Manitoba PNP Draw

Manitoba’s latest draw invited the most number of candidates. From the Skilled Worker Overseas stream, it called for 1,113 eligible candidates. The lowest ranking candidate had a score of just 601 points. 

Prince Edward Island PNP Draw

As for the Prince Edward Island latest PNP draw, the province issued invitations to business work permit entrepreneurs and labour and Express Entry category. 

3 invitations were for Business Work Permit Entrepreneurs category and the minimum score considered was 92 points. 

Moreover, 26 invitations were towards the Labour and Express Entry category. The invitations were specifically issued to individuals working in the Healthcare, Construction and Food Processing sector. 

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Niyati Chaurasia

Niyati Chaurasia

Niyati’s specialty lies in Canadian immigration matters along with crafting helpful, user-oriented content.

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