Prince Edward Island is the smallest province in Canada. Yet, it recently conducted one of its largest draws for 2019.
The latest draw held on 21st November invited 171 candidates under the following categories:
This is the second-largest draw of PEI for the year 2019. The largest draw was held on 21st February which invited 199 candidates.
The 21st November draw issued 157 invitations under the Express Entry and Labour Impact sub-streams. These candidates can now apply for a provincial nomination through the PEI PNP. Those successful in getting a provincial nomination get 600 extra points on their CRS score.
To be considered for an invitation by the PEI PNP, you must first submit an EOI to the PEI PNP. Every eligible profile is awarded a score, and the highest-scoring candidates are invited through regular selection rounds.
The PEI PNP did not reveal the number of Express Entry candidates invited or the minimum cut-off score in the latest invitation round.
Foreign skilled workers who have a job offer from PEI may apply under the Labour Impact category. The Labour Impact category is further divided into three streams:
You must submit an EOI to PEI PNP to apply under the Labour Impact category.
So far in 2019, Prince Edward Island has issued 1,336 invitations through its EE & Labour Impact sub-streams.
The 21st November draw invited 14 candidates under the Business Impact-Work Permit Stream. The minimum cut-off score in this stream was 130.
Candidates who want to start their business in Prince Edward Island may apply under the Business Impact category. Foreign entrepreneurs have received 182 invitations through the Business Impact stream in 2019.
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