15 May 77 Tech Pilot candidates invited in the new draw
77 Tech Pilot candidates invited in the new draw
On May 14, 2019, British Columbia has issued invitations to apply to the candidates in the British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP) Tech Pilot. The Tech Pilot is designed for 29 key technology occupations. In this round, BC PNP issued 77 invitations in the 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, just as in two previous Tech Pilot draws. In 2019, British Columbia has invited 478 candidates in the Tech Pilot program. In total, BC has already issued 2,765 invitations this year.
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2019 Inventory of MPNP consist of 1,854 profiles of Skilled Workers
As of May 1, 2019, 3,954 profiles of Skilled Workers were submitted in the Inventory of Expressions of Interest of the Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP). All those profiles received a Letter of Advice to Apply for MPNP. In addition, 77 Business Investor Stream candidates submitted their business concepts to date. 35 of them also received a Letter of Advice to Apply. 168 profiles of Skilled Workers received a refusal from MPNP in 2019. MPNP nominated 1,334 Skilled Workers and 9 Business Investors this year.
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Immigration helps Montreal to solve its demographic and social problems
Immigration remains to be a major factor in population growth in the Greater Montreal region, which also includes Laval and Longueuil. According to a recent study conducted by the Montreal Metropolitan Community (MMC, Communauté métropolitaine de Montréal, CMM) immigration allows Montreal to solve demographic and social problems. The share of immigrants is constantly increasing: in 1986, 15.7% of immigrants lived in Greater Montreal, and in 2016 – 24.6%. According to Statistics Canada, by 2036 this figure will reach 32.2%. According to statistics, 85% of new residents of Quebec choose to settle in Montreal. On average, since 2010, about 45,000 people come to Montreal annually, making it the fifth largest in North America in terms of the immigration influx after New York, Toronto, Miami and Los Angeles.
#Quebec, #Montreal, #demography, #immigration