21 Nov 11,705 new PRs via Express Entry in September
11,705 new PRs via Express Entry in September
According to the official data by IRCC, 11,705 immigrants were processed to a permanent residence via Express Entry in September. 3,125 of them immigrated via the Canadian Experience Class, 6,390 as a Federal Skilled Worker Class, 125 as a Federal Skilled Trade Class, and 2,065 via the streams of the Provincial Nominee Program that are linked with Express Entry selection system. In total, 85,055 foreigners have already immigrated through the Express Entry in 2019.
#Express_Entry, #PR, #FSW, #FST, #PNP, #CEC, #skilled_workers, #skilled_trades, #Canadian_experience
Nova Scotia invited 20 entrepreneurs in the new round
On November 19, 2019, Nova Scotia released the results of the new invitation round in the Entrepreneur Stream of the Nova Scotia Nominee Program (NSNP). On November 12, 2019, Nova Scotia invited 20 foreign entrepreneurs to apply for the provincial nomination. The lowest score of this round was 118 points, five points higher than on September 6. In 2019, Nova Scotia has already invited 218 entrepreneurs in seven invitation rounds.
#Nova_Scotia, #NSNP, #Entrepreneurs, #business_immigration
British Columbia invited 56 Tech Pilot candidates
On November 19, 2019, British Columbia invited new candidates in the British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP) Tech Pilot. In this round, 56 candidates received invitations to apply for a provincial nomination in four categories: Skills Immigration – Skilled Worker, Skills Immigration – International Graduate, Express Entry British Columbia – Skilled Worker, and Express Entry British Columbia – International Graduate. The lowest score in all four categories was 90 points. British Columbia issued ITAs to 1,335 Tech Pilot candidates this year. In total, British Columbia invited 8,271 registrants in the BCPNP in 2019.
#British_Columbia, #BCPNP, #Tech_Pilot, #PNP
Canada respects and protects seasonal agricultural workers
Over 1,450 Ontario farms benefit from the Seasonal Agricultural Workers Program (SAWP) annually to cover the labour shortage. The SAWP allows farmers to grow labour-intensive crops. Almost 18,000 seasonal foreign workers from Mexico and the Caribbean join the agricultural labour force throughout Ontario via SAWP. One of the main differences of this program compared to other streams of the Temporary Foreign Worker Program (TFWP) is strict control and monitoring by the government of Canada and the participating countries. The federal government and provincial government of Ontario regularly check that all conditions of the SAWP are fulfilled. Seasonal agriculture workers employed via SAWP are protected by the contracts and guarantees of the Canadian laws.
#Ontario, #SAWP, #TFWP, #work_in_Canada, #seasonal_workers, #agriculture