PEI To Target Skilled Workers and Entrepreneurs In New Provincial Draw

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PEI To Target Skilled Workers and Entrepreneurs In New Provincial Draw

Prince Edward Island will conduct a new Expression of Interest draw on October 17, targeting skilled worker and entrepreneur candidates.

The draw is expected to feature invitations to apply through the province’s Labour Impact, Express Entry and Labour Impact streams.

It will be the 10th draw of 2019 through the PEI Expression of Interest system.


Anticipated 2019 Prince Edward Island Expression of Interest Draw Dates

October 17
November 21
December 19


In the nine draws so far in 2019, PEI has invited 1,187 candidates, including 1,031 through the Labour Impact/Express Entry streams and 156 through the Business Impact stream.


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PEI PNP Immigration Draws 2019

Date Category Invites Issued Minimum Score
23-09-2019 Labour Impact/Express Entry 109 N/A
Business Impact 13 115
15-08-2019 Labour Impact/Express Entry 133 N/A
Business Impact 10 112
18-07-2019 Labour Impact/Express Entry 118 N/A
Business Impact 17 112
20-06-2019 Labour Impact/Express Entry 106 N/A
Business Impact 7 112
16-05-2019 Labour Impact/Express Entry 90 N/A
Business Impact 14 107
18-04-2019 Labour Impact/Express Entry 113 N/A
Business Impact 17 107
21-03-2019 Labour Impact/Express Entry 131 N/A
Business Impact 19 110
21-02-2019 Labour Impact/Express Entry 170 N/A
Business Impact 29 117
17-01-2019 Labour Impact/Express Entry 61 N/A
Business Impact 30   120

 

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