Manitoba, British Columbia, and Alberta Opened PNP Immigration Draws

by Rajneesh Kumar Published on 28/May/2024
Manitoba, British Columbia, and Alberta Opened PNP Immigration Draws

In the second half of May 2024, the provinces of Manitoba, British Columbia, and Alberta in Canada released their Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) immigration draw results, inviting a significant number of skilled workers, entrepreneurs, and international graduates to apply for provincial nomination.

  • Manitoba focused on attracting candidates with close relatives in Manitoba under the Skilled Worker stream (overseas and in Manitoba)
  • British Columbia's draw emphasized tech professionals and those with job offers in high-demand occupations, supporting the province's innovation and tech sector needs.
  • Alberta PNP targeted applicants with dedicated Healthcare Pathway with Alberta job offer, CRS score 300 and above

Manitoba PNP Draws Opened on 23 May 2024

On May 23, 2024, Manitoba launched a new immigration draw for the Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP), issuing a total of 253 Letters of Advice (LAAs) for provincial nomination applications. This PNP draw targeted candidates in the Skilled Worker (both in Manitoba and Overseas) and International Education streams of the MPNP.

New BC PNP Draw on May 22, 2024

On May 22, 2024, the British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP) conducted its latest immigration draws. In this draw, British Columbia issued nearly 79 Invitations to Apply (ITAs) for provincial nomination to eligible candidates in the Skilled Worker and International Graduate categories of the BC PNP.

New AAIP - Express Entry Stream Draw

Alberta has announced the results of the most recent Alberta Advantage Immigration Program (AAIP) - Express Entry draw, which took place on May 1, 2024. A total of 40 candidates were invited to apply for provincial nomination, with Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) scores starting from 305 points.

Provincial Nominee Programs (PNPs) in 2024

These PNP draws highlight the critical role of Provincial Nominee Programs as a key pathway to Canadian permanent residency in 2024, addressing regional labour market needs and contributing to economic growth. Notably, PNPs remain a key pathway to Canadian permanent residency in 2024, reflecting their critical role in meeting the country's demographic and economic needs.

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