Express Entry draws, PNP activity, language testing centre openings and more.
There will be some major announcements to watch out for this month, such as whether or not Canada will reopen the doors to foreign travelers at the end of June.
The grading curve coronavirus in Canada as a whole, as well as the reopening of incremental Canadian economy, points to the possibility of lifting the travel ban on a schedule. Canada-US. Borders can be opened on June 21 Travelers from other countries could begin to return after June 30.
Although the question of reopening the border is at the forefront of the minds of many people, there is more development of Canadian immigration department, Provincial Candidate Program (PNP), and centers for the testing language is also considered.
Maybe there are four express Log attract this month.
Since Canada temporarily closed its borders to most travelers on March 18 Express Sign draw date has become more unpredictable than they were earlier this year.
All interesting program, which included candidates from the federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP), the federal Skilled Trade Program (FSTP), and the Canadian Experience Class (CEC), which is usually held every two weeks on Wednesdays.
Since the travel restrictions implemented, Refugee Immigration and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) has held a draw to invite CEC and PNP candidate simply to apply for permanent residence.
The trend has seen Canada held Ekspres attractive entry targets the PNP receiver, and then both attractive to prospective CEC.
Two draws have taken place in pairs every two weeks.
Canada aims for global talent welcome from all over the world and hence, it will eventually resume attractive to potential FSWP and FSTP. If the travel restrictions lifted, we could see this happen sooner, rather than later.
PNPs and Quebec
Provincial candidate Program (PNP) draw is usually difficult to predict because they often respond to the interests of prospective immigration and labor market needs of individual provinces.
This is not the case for B.C, however. The British Columbia Provincial Nomination Program (BC PNP) holds Tech Pilot attract almost every week. Two years ago Tek BC pilot was extended until June 2020. The province is expected to release details about the future of the pilot this month.
The Alberta Immigrant Nomination Program (AINP) appears to continue to attract about once per month, but the province does not usually make the details public until some time after the fact. The latter reportedly drew Alberta Express Sign Streaming take place on 13 May.
Before the travel restrictions went into place, Saskatchewan Immigrant Nomination Program (SINP) is holding draws about twice per month this year. The most interesting thing recently took place last week on May 28th.
Ontario hands out most provincial nominations each given province is the largest jurisdiction in Canada. So far this year Ontario Immigrant Nomination Program (OINP) has held a series of eight times, the last round was held on 13 May.
Quebec does not have the PNP, but it does not operate its own immigration system. The province will add a requirement for the popular Quebec Experience Program (PEQ) “in the coming weeks”, according to the immigration minister. They also talked about introducing two new immigration pilot program for nurse aides and technology workers.
More language testing centres scheduled to re-open
Closure CELPIP and IELTS test centers have become an obstacle for people who want to immigrate or study in Canada. However, another test center that re-opening that will allow more individuals to send Express Entrance profile and immigration applications.
CELPIP testing available in BC, Alberta, Manitoba, and Hong Kong, according to their web pages. Several other locations are scheduled to begin opening later this month.
IELTS webpages worldwide list of locations that are running the test. They also reported that some countries will start to open the center this month.
Both CELPIP and IELTS to resume operations in key markets such as India in the next few days.
Renewal of Open Work Permit Pilot for spouses and common-law partners
Canada is set to announce whether or not Open Work Permit Pilot will be extended for the fifth time.
This open work permit allows a foreign citizen spouse or common-law partners of Canada to work while their application for permanent residence is being processed.
The deadline for Canada announced the extension of the pilot program is July 31.
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