Prince Edward Island Invites 143 In New PEI PNP Draw

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Prince Edward Island Invites 143 In New PEI PNP Draw

Prince Edward Island immigration issued invitations to apply to 143 skilled worker and business candidates in its latest Expression of Interest draw.

The draw majored on Express Entry/Labour Impact candidates, who received 133 invitations, with the remaining 10 going to Business Impact candidates.

The business minimum score was 112 points for the third draw running.

PEI passed 1,000 invites for 2019 in its latest draws, with 86 per cent of invites going to skilled worker candidates.

Invites have been given to candidates from 91 countries to date.


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In the eight draws so far in 2019, PEI has invited 1,065 candidates, including 922 through the Labour Impact/Express Entry streams and 143 through the Business Impact stream.


PEI PNP Immigration Draws 2019

Date

Category

Invites Issued

Minimum Score

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

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