In the 179th Express Entry draw, anada issued 5000 invitations to Express Entry candidates. This draw was specific to Canadian Experience Class candidates and is the first CEC class draw since the major draw on the 13th February, 2021. The minimum CRS cut-off score for this draw was 449.
In the 178th Express Entry draw, Canada issued 183 invitations to Express Entry candidates to apply for Canadian permanent residence. This draw was specific to Provincial Nominee Class candidates. The minimum CRS cut-off score for this draw was 682.
On October 28, 2020, the Ministère de l’Immigration, de la Francisation et de l’Immigration (MIFI) published a draft regulation for three permanent immigration pilot programs in the province of Quebec in the goal to attract foreign nationals with the needed skills to settle down in the province.
What Impact did selecting 27,332 Express Entry profiles have on the Express Entry pool?
In the 177th Express Entry draw, Canada issued 671 invitations to Express Entry candidates to apply for Canadian permanent residence. This draw was specific to Provincial Nominee Class candidates. The minimum CRS cut-off score for this draw was 739.
According to Randstad, a world-renowned recruiting firm with a strong presence in Canada, Canada’s economy is already picking up from the massive impact of COVID-19, with 7 in 10 Canadian employers expecting to re-hire now the pandemic is getting under control. In their recently published article, they list the top 15 jobs in Canada for…
International Experience Canada (IEC) provides youth from around the world with the opportunity to live and work in Canada on a temporary basis, often giving them opportunity to gain valuable Canadian work experience to qualify to remain in Canada permanently. How To participate in International Experience Canada for 2021: In order to participate in an…
Quebec Updates the List of Professions for the Facilitated Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) process
On February 24, 2021, Emploi-Québec and the Ministry of Immigration, Frenchisation and Integration (MIFI) established a newly updated list of professions that qualify for the facilitated Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) process in order to obtain a work permit in the province of Quebec