17 May Manitoba updated its in-demand list of occupations
Manitoba updated its in-demand list of occupations
On May 16, 2019, Manitoba revised the list of occupations in-demand for Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP). The update indicates whether some occupations will only be considered as in-demand under some streams. MPNP removed some occupations from the list, and adjusted language requirements some occupations to improve consistency across specific NOC groups. The following occupations have been removed from the list for the Skilled Workers Overseas stream: NOC 0114 Other administrative services managers, NOC 1221 Administrative officers, NOC 1241 Administrative assistants, NOC 0311 Managers in Health Care, NOC 0601 Corporate sales managers, NOC 0621 Retail and wholesale trade managers, NOC 0651 Managers in customer and personal services. Language requirement for the following occupations has been increased to CLB 7: NOC 0211 Engineering managers, NOC 0212 Architecture and science managers, NOC 0711 Construction managers, NOC 0712 Home building and renovation managers, NOC 0714 Facility operation and maintenance managers. Language requirement for the following occupations has been decreased to CLB 5: NOC 2123 Agricultural representatives, consultants and specialists, NOC 2281 Computer network technicians.
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Prince Edward Island invited 104 candidates
On May 16, 2019, Prince Edward Island Provincial Nominee Program (PEI PNP) held a new invitation round. In this round, PEI PNP invited 90 candidates in the Labour Impact and Express Entry streams. Another 14 invitations were sent to Business Impact Category candidates. The lowest score for the business-candidates was 107. In total, PEI issued 104 invitations in this round. Invitations to Apply have been extended to candidates from 91 countries. The next draw is scheduled for June 20, 2019. Since the beginning of 2019, PEI PNP issued 674 invitations. Among them 109 invitations under the Business Impact Category, and 565 under the Labour Impact and Express Entry categories.
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Canada denied a visa to every fourth Ukrainian in 2019
In the first months of 2019, Canada refused visas to 23% of applicants from Ukraine. This was stated by the Ambassador of Canada in Ukraine Roman Waschuk. The ambassador said that there are three main reasons because of which Ukrainians have problems with obtaining a visa: financial availability to travel through the documents submitted, cases of illegal immigration to Canada by the applicant’s relatives, visa refusals or other problems in other countries with which Canada has agreements to exchange information.