23 Oct Manitoba nominated 323 candidates in the MPNP in September 2019
Manitoba nominated 323 candidates in the MPNP in September 2019
On October 15, 2019, Manitoba released its immigration statistics for September 2019. This month, the Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP) nominated 322 Skilled Workers and approved 1 business concept. 29 profiles of Skilled Workers and 3 entrepreneur profiles were refused from MPNP this month. The province received 329 new applications from Skilled Workers and 8 applications from Business Investors. In total, in 2019 MPNP issued 3,283 nominations certificates: 3,242 for Skilled Workers and 41 for Business-immigrants.
#Manitoba, #MPNP, #Skilled_workers, Business_immigration, #PNP, #nomination_certificates
British Columbia invited 277 candidates in the new draw
On October 15, 2019, the government of British Columbia held a new draw under Skills Immigration and Express Entry British Columbia categories of the British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP). This time, 277 candidates received invitations to apply for the provincial nomination. The scores of this round slightly increased for all categories:
Skills Immigration – Skilled Worker 94 (+2 points)
Skills Immigration – International Graduate 99 (+2 points)
Skills Immigration – Entry Level and Semi-Skilled 80 (+2 points)
Express Entry British Columbia – Skilled Worker 102 (+5 points)
Express Entry British Columbia – International Graduate 102 (+1 point)
In total, British Columbia invited 7,217 registrants under all streams of BCPNP in 2019. The provincial quota for this year is 6,500 nominations.
#British_Columbia, #BCPNP, #EEBC, #Skills_Immigration, #PNP
Perspectives of student immigration
Canada’s education system has always been highly ranked for its quality. Over the years, it has become the preferred study destination for international students. According to federal Immigration statistics, international student numbers have risen dramatically between 2009 and 2019, growing from 50,000 to 143,000 students (a 184% increase). The influx of foreign students not only represents the global acknowledgement of Canada’s education system but also helps Canada’s immigration policy. Various Canadian provinces frequently encourage international students to go through the nomination program after graduation. Following post-secondary graduation, the student can receive a three-year work permit. After working for a year, they will be eligible to apply for permanent residency. However, with the increase in international student numbers, competition is becoming fiercer. In addition, application cut-off dates and admission policies are constantly changing, creating many headaches for parents and students. So far, in 2019, IRCC already issued 182,770 study permits to international students.
#international_students, #syudy_in_Canada, #student_immigration
Poll: more than 40% of Hong Kong people want to immigrate
The Chinese University of Hong Kong conducted a telephone survey and 42% of respondents said they would emigrate if they had the chance. 9.6% of the respondents have acted to prepare for the move. The three most popular destinations were Canada (17.5%), Australia (13.8%), Taiwan (12.1%), and Singapore (5%). During the 2015-2018, Canada admitted 5,140 immigrants from Hong Kong. In the seven months of 2019, another 1,040 residents of Hong Kong were granted a status of Permanent Residents of Canada.
#immigration #Hong_Kong, #PR