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PEI EOI draw

PEI, a popular destination for immigrants, has issued its latest invitations

Prince Edward Island, known as PEI, one of the three maritime provinces, has experienced an incredible population growth rate of 2% year-over-year since 2016. During the same period, Nova Scotia and New Brunswick, which are the other two maritime provinces, had an average growth rate of 0.8% and 0.5% respectively. Amongst all of the maritime provinces, PEI has been very successful in attracting and retaining skilled foreign workers in recent years.

On May 16, PEI Provincial Nominee Program issued 104 invitations to immigration candidates in its new Expression of Interest (EOI) draw. 

90 out of the 104 invitations went to candidates applying through Labour Impact category and Express Entry category.  

The labour Impact category consists of four sub-categories: Skilled Worker in PEI, Skilled Worker outside PEI, Critical Worker and International Graduate. A job offer in PEI is required if using these streams.

The Express Entry category is linked to the Federal Express Entry system. A job offer in PEI is not required, but a priority is given to candidates who are currently living and working in the province. 

The rest 14 invitations went to candidates applying through Business Impact category-Business Work Permit Stream, with the minimum point of 107.

To be considered for a nomination, candidates must create a profile in PEI’s EOI system. Qualified candidates with the highest scores are invited to apply for a provincial nomination. 

Within the EOI system, depending on which stream you are using, there are several areas with associated points: age, language, education, work experience, employment, business ownership or senior management experience, community endorsement and adaptability. 

The EOI draw is held on the third Thursday of each month. The next Expression of Interest draw is scheduled for June 20, 2019. 

If you are interested in immigrating to PEI or other Canadian provinces and have any questions, please feel free to contact our professional Canada immigration consultants.

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Canada has increase its immigration targets for the next three years which might see an influx of about 1 million new Permanent Residents in the country. With setting of these bigger targets for Canada’s economic immigration categories for 2018, Immigration and Refugees Canada will only be left with the option of quicker and frequent draws from the pool in the new year’s or to take in more candidates meaning a larger draw. Both of these options will affect the Combined Ranking Scores bringing the threshold to a lower cut off.

In 2017, all the CRS thresholds have hovered between 400 to 450s. In most of the draws in 2017, they remained around the 430’s. 2017 also saw the lowest threshold so far in June at 4013. In 2016 this trend did not prevail as there were fewer ITA with very high cut-offs. The lowest CRS score in 2016 was 453. In 2018, it is expected that many more ITA’s will be issued, and this translates to expecting much lower CRS scores.

2017 also saw a few exceptional draws, like on May 26th and Nov 1st, where candidates with provincial nominations and Federal Skilled Trades Class were targeted. This peaked to a high at 775 for provincial nominees and fell to as low as 199 for Federal Skilled Trades Class. It is important to note that provincial nominees receive extra 600 points for nomination on their express entry application.
When draws are made on program mes specifications, they always have an effect of reducing the thresholds in the Express Entry System. But November seems to have set in a new and dynamic trend for 2018, and for obvious reasons, 2018 will be an year to watch out for.

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