Posted on August 9, 2021
Are you aspiring to move to any particular Canadian province and settle down permanently? Well, looking at the figures so far, we think it’s a great idea! The first quarter of 2021 has been great for Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) applicants and especially the month of July. The provincial governments issued more than 6,000 invitations to apply for provincial nominations under different PNPs with at least one Express Entry aligned PNP stream.
In fact, since the onset of the year 2021, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) has held a lot of Express Entry draws that invited PNP candidates exclusively. The same pattern was followed in July, where IRCC invited 627 PNP candidates on 7th July and another 462 on 21st July.
If you have been following the latest PNP draw trends, you must be aware of the top PNPs that held most of the draws in July 2021. If not, then read on and get some information.
The province held six draws in July via Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program and invited 29,07 immigration candidates to apply for nomination.
The next busiest province was Saskatchewan,with four PNP draws held in July. In addition, the province invited 570 Express Entry and Occupations In-Demand applicants under International SINP’s Skilled Worker Category.
July was a busy month for Manitoba PNP as well as the province invited 1,417 immigration candidates to apply for Provincial Nomination. The MPNP invited eligible applicants under key streams, including Skilled Workers in Manitoba, International Education Stream, and Skilled Workers Overseas.
In July, British Columbia issued 885 invitations to eligible candidates through key Express Entry British Columbia and Skills Immigration streams.
Under Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program, the province invited a total of 181 Express Entry candidates in a single draw held in July.
The Prince Edward Island held only a single draw in July and invited 127 immigration candidates under Express Entry and Labour Impact and Business Impact categories.
With so much happening, why don’t you try your luck and find out your chances of applying for Canadian PR as a provincial nominee? You can start with discovering your eligibility for Canadian PNP by filling our free assessment form.
Once you submit the form, one of our representatives will connect with you to discuss the most suitable programs and possibilities afterwards.
Hurry up! Canadian provinces and territories have a target to meet. They are aiming to welcome 80,800 newcomers by the end of 2021. Therefore, you must start the process as early as possible and become a Canadian permanent resident within 12-18 months via the provincial nomination pathway.