Prince Edward Island draw invites 211 to apply for provincial nomination

Prince Edward Island draw
  • October 21, 2020

On October 15, Prince Edward Island (PEI) held a draw & 211 invitations were issued to Express Entry, Labour Impact, and Business Impact immigration candidates by Prince Edward Island (PEI).

From a total of 211 invitations, 184 went to Express Entry & Labour Impact applicant, as long as they had a minimum point threshold of 97. Till date, they haven’t provided a breakdown of how many invitations were issued in each of these categories.

PEI PNP specifically notified that applicants who received invites recently must be working & living in the province & they must have filed Expression of Interest  (EOI) profiles.

An enhanced PNP category of Express Entry is known as PEI PNP that works under the Canadian government’s Express Entry system.

For foreign applicants who carry a valid job offer in PEI with support from their employer is named as the Labour Impact category. It is divided into three streams:  Skilled WorkerCritical Worker, and  International Graduate

The minimum EOI score requirement for the 27 candidates who were invited through the Business Impact Category is 184. For the international applicants who wish to own and operate a business in PEI need to apply under the work permit stream of the Business Impact Category.

Applicants receiving such Notification of Interest (NOI) from the province have 45 days in total to submit their application for the provincial nomination. 600 additional CRS points will get added to their overall score which will make sure that they receive an Invitation to Apply  (ITA) for permanent residence in a subsequent Express Entry draw.

Canada’s Immigration application management system for three federal economic-class immigration programs:  Federal Skilled Worker Program, Federal Skilled Trade Program,  and the Canadian Experience Class is known as Express Entry. Human Capital Priority stream of Ontario keeps a record of applicants from the Federal Skilled Worker Program and the Canadian Experience Class.

Express Entry applicants get ranked according to their CRS scores which are calculated from their education, work experience, age, and language proficiency in English or French.

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