Three provinces issued ITAs in provincial immigration draws of September 9 to 15. These provinces were Quebec, British Columbia, and Manitoba.
Economic class immigrants who are most likely to successfully integrate into the provincial economy are selected by the provincial nominee programs of different provinces, except Quebec and Nunavut.
A specific number of nominations are allocated to all the provinces every year under their individual Provincial Nominee Programs. There are several factors such as local labour force needs and overall population depending on which the number of allocations a province receives varies.
There is a separate agreement of Quebec with the federal government that gives the province total autonomy over the selection, and number of skilled workers who immigrate to the province. Immigration is a shared responsibility between provincial and federal governments which is why this agreement is possible.
Provincial Immigration Results September 9 to 15
558 candidates were invited by Manitoba to apply under the Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program on September 7. Candidates from three separate streams were considered by the four draws that were held.
Under the Skilled Workers in Manitoba program, two of the draws were conducted. 230 candidates were targeted in the first draw which was occupation-specific that had occupations falling under 19 National Occupational Classification (NOC) 2021 major groups. A minimum score of 595 was required by the candidates.
The second draw for skilled workers was a general draw in which the province invited 236 candidates with a minimum score of 640. 52 candidates from the International Education stream and 40 Skilled Workers Overseas with a minimum score of 724 were invited by the remaining two draws.
On September 12, British Columbia held its weekly PNP draw under the British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program. 183 candidates were invited by the province from the Skilled Workers and International Graduate streams. Specific occupations were targeted by three draws and invitations were distributed between them.
133 candidates were invited by the largest draw in tech occupations with a minimum score of 88. With a minimum score of 60, the remaining two draws were for 14 healthcare professionals and 36 early childhood educators and assistants.
1,433 candidates were invited by Quebec to apply for permanent selection on September 5. A minimum score of 586 is needed by the candidates to be considered. Using a system similar to the Comprehensive Ranking System, candidates are scored by Quebec.
Quebec is the only Canadian province with French as an official language. Eligible candidates required a level 7 oral proficiency (or higher) in French, to help promote French and protect its status in Quebec.
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