In November, Canadian provinces continued to invite hopeful immigrants to participate in the next stage of the immigration process. Canada’s PNP – Provincial Nominee Program, introduced in 1998 with the admission of approximately 200 people to Canada, and will now welcome more than 80,000 new permanent residents each year. At least 3,744 would-be immigrants received
Canadian provinces hosted more than 10 rounds of invitations last month. Together, all of the invitation rounds resulted in nearly 3,000 invitations to apply for Provincial Nomination for Permanent Residence across the country. There are two types of provincial nomination streams: Enhanced nomination streams, which are in-line with the federal government’s Express Entry Basic nomination
Almost all Express Entry immigrants found employment within the first year of arrival and, in general, outperformed immigrants who went through the previous application system. A recent report from Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) examined how Express Entry immigrants performed in the Canadian labor market between 2015 and 2018. They compared the results of
Canada has invited a record number of applicants to apply for permanent residence through the Express Entry system this summer. It appears that the pandemic has not prevented the number of invitations sent to would-be immigrants. A total of 28,450 Express Entry applicants received invitations to apply (ITA) in the third quarter of 2020. This
Immigrants who obtain permanent residence under the Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) and the Canadian Experience Class (CEC) do better in the labor market than those who immigrate under the Skilled Worker Program foreigners (PTFE) and the Quebec Skilled Worker Program (QSWP). This is what a study conducted by Statistics Canada in collaboration with Immigration, Refugees,
Canada welcomed nearly 19,200 new permanent residents in June 2020. This was revealed in new data from Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) released today. The number of permanent residents (PRs) in Canada in June was much higher than the 11,000 newcomers welcomed by Canada in May and the 4,000 who obtained PR in April.