Manitoba, Quebec and Alberta opened Immigration Draws to invite candidates
In last week of September 2023, key Canadian provinces, i.e. Manitoba, Quebec and hold immigration draws to invite the candidates. Manitoba and Alberta have their Provincial Nominee Programs (PNPs) which they operate in collaboration with the Immigration Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC). The Quebec on the other hand has its separate immigration program and requirements. Find out the result of these key invitation rounds held in last one week.
MPNP Draw for Skilled Worker Overseas Stream
Manitoba opened a draw for Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP) on September 28, 2023. This particular MPNP draw it conducted for the Skilled Worker overseas stream only, and hence, invited 1,072 foreign skilled worker applicants, who had the minimum score of 605 points or higher.
Quebec Arrima draw- 21 September
In the new immigration draw of Arrima system, Quebec issued 1,018 invitations to the eligible candidates who acquired a score of 579 points or higher. This was second draw of September month and 14th draw in the year 2023. Find the draw result in the table below:
New AAIP- Express Entry stream draws
Alberta opened a new draw of Alberta Advantage Immigration Program (AAIP) on 26 September 2023. The province opened this draw for dedicated Healthcare Pathway with Alberta job offer, CRS score 300 and above. In this draw, total 18 NOIs issued with a CRS score requirement of 311 points.
Provincial Nominee Programs (PNPs)
Canadian Provincial Nominee Programs (PNPs) routinely conduct open draws to invite eligible immigration candidates. These draws aim to select individuals who meet specific criteria and possess the skills, qualifications, or experience needed to contribute to a province's economic and social development. Regular PNP draws provide opportunities for candidates to apply for provincial nominations, a crucial step towards obtaining Canadian permanent residency.