Discover Canada’s Highest-Paying Jobs in 2023: In the Great White North, where opportunities abound, Canadians, whether native-born or immigrants, share a common aspiration – achieving financial success to secure a comfortable life for themselves and their families. The pursuit of high-paying careers is a path many tread, but which fields promise the most lucrative rewards in Canada? In this article, we delve into the highest-paying jobs in Canada in 2023, using data from the renowned employment website, Indeed.
PNP New Rules: IRCC Introduces Fresh Guidelines: Every year, each province and territory in Canada has a specific limit on the number of candidates they can invite through the PNP. The federal government allocates nominations to each province and territory based on these limits.
The PNP is a significant pathway through which provinces select economic immigrants who possess the skills, connections, or attributes needed to bolster their workforce and local economy. The responsibility for immigration is shared between the provinces and the federal government. Notably, all Canadian provinces and territories, with the exceptions of Nunavut and Quebec (which has a separate agreement with the federal government), have their own PNPs in place.
New Immigrants Are More Likely to Be Employed Than Canadians Born in Canada: Canada has set an immigration target of welcoming 1.45 million immigrants over the next three years, with 60% projected to be through economic class programs. This influx of newcomers is expected to have multiple positive effects for the Canadian economy and society. Canada has long been known for its welcoming stance towards immigrants, and in the coming years, it plans to welcome even more newcomers. Over the next three years, Canada has set a target to welcome 1.45 million immigrants, with 60% expected to be through economic class programs. This influx of new immigrants is expected to have significant impacts on the Canadian economy and society, with many positive outcomes predicted, as demonstrated by a recent study by Desjardins on the impact of federal immigration targets.
In this article, we will explore some of these impacts, including how immigration affects the Canadian workforce, the country’s GDP growth, and the demographic makeup of the population. We will also examine some of the challenges that may arise as a result of this wave of newcomers and whether Canada is ready to handle it.
List of five best provinces to live in Canada for the immigrants: If you are a new immigrant in Canada and are looking for the best provinces to live then this article is for you. Apart from the places like Vancouver, Toronto, there are many other provinces that are very good for the new immigrants in Canada. Canada holds a good position in providing lifestyle and job opportunities to the people.
There are many factors that should be taken into consideration while choosing the best province to live in for the new immigrants, these factors are house rents, job opportunities, climate, and many more things.
Canada PNP draw outreaches 932 candidates: Express Entry Draw In a new Express Entry draw, Canada invites 932 candidates on June 8 to apply for permanent residence (PR).
In the new draw, only PNP (Provincial Nominee Program) candidates were invited by (Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada) IRCC. A minimum score of 796 was required to be invited to the draw. Canada PNP draw candidates automatically get a Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) of 600 points along with their base score, due to which the score was relatively higher.
On March 2, Canada invited the largest number of candidates, which is 1,047 PNP immigrants. In the previous draw, the number of PNP candidates was 589 with a minimum score of 741.
When will Canadian Parents & Grandparents Sponsorships Open in 2022?: The IRCC has not yet released details of the Parents and Grandparents Program (PGP) 2022, but what we know so far is: According to the Immigration Level Plan 2021-2023, the Canadian Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship (IRCC) aims to welcome approximately 23,500 migrants under the PGP in 2022. Prior to the coronavirus pandemic, the IRCC announced details of the new PGP hospitalization year in January. However, during the pandemic, IRCC provided updates in the fall of 2020 and 2021 and hosted the PGP lottery.
BC PNP Tech Draw News | 71 Candidates invited to apply: British Columbia has invited 12,000 candidates to apply for Permanent residency through British Columbia PNP Program. On December 14, 2021, British Columbia invited 71 candidates to apply for the BC Provincial Nomination. Hence, in this draw, the province sent the invitation to the candidates to apply under the below categories:
- Skills Immigration
- Express Entry BC
On December 14, British Columbia invited 71 immigration Candidates to apply for provincial nominations in the BC PNP British Columbia Tech Draw. Therefore, under the categories of Express Entry BC and skills immigration, the candidates are given invitations under the British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP) Tech Pilot draw.
On December 10, 2021, Canada held an Express Entry draw for the new immigrants. 1032 new immigrants are invited to apply for permanent residence in Canada. The candidates will only receive an invitation to apply (ITA) if they are nominated under Provincial Nomination Program (PNP) program.
British Columbia PNP draw Invitation issued to 318 eligible candidates: So far British Columbia has issued around 11,000 invitations to the eligible candidates to apply for permanent residency in Canada. Reportedly, these invitations were made at the beginning of this year. British Columbia has issued around 318 invitations in two provincial categories held on December 7, 2021. And these invitations were sent in every two weeks of intervals. In the recent draw held on December 7, 2021, 318 candidates were sent invitations under two provincial Nominee Programs.
On 7 December, the province held a new British Columbia PNP draw in which 318 immigration candidates are invited. Also, only those candidates who are from Express Entry BC (EEBC) and Skills Immigration (SI) streams of the British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP) must have received invitations in this general draw.
Alberta held PNP Draw with the highest CRS cut-off since February: New Express Entry draw was held in Alberta on December 7, in which they invited the candidates under Express Entry to apply for the provincial nomination program (PNP). Alberta invited 100 Express Entry Candidates to apply for a state nomination on November 24th. Most of this year’s Alberta Immigration Nominee Program (AINP) draws were relatively small, given that we invited more than 200 candidates at a time. Another draw in January was as small as 100, with a minimum of 50. With an Alberta draw of 350, the scoring requirements were also relatively high. Only one other drawing of the year had a high cut-off score of 360 in January.