Prince Edward Island Invites 41 Applicants in Latest PEI PNP Draw

Prince Edward Island Invites 41 Applicants to the Latest PEI PNP Draw On September 5, 2023, the Prince Edward Island Provincial Nominee Program (PEI PNP) conducted its latest draw, selecting 20 candidates for the 17th Expression of Interest (EOI) draw of the year. These candidates were chosen from the Labour and Express Entry streams, representing various sectors such as healthcare, manufacturing, food processing, and construction.

The total number of accumulated candidates invited to participate in the PEI PNP draw currently stands at 2,428. Among these, 67 applicants fall under the Business Work Permit category, while the remaining 2,361 fall under the Skilled and Express Entry categories.

Here is a breakdown of the issued invitations in the PEI PNP draw:

Draw 1:

Date: September 5, 2023
Stream: Skilled and Express Entry
Invitations Issued: 20

Steps to Apply for the PEI PNP:

1. Evaluate Eligibility: Assess whether you meet the criteria for the PEI PNP.
2. Create an Express Entry Profile: Maintain an updated Express Entry profile, which is mandatory for PEI PNP application.
3. Establish an EOI Profile: Create an Expression of Interest (EOI) profile.
4. Wait for ITA: Wait for an Invitation to Apply (ITA) from PEI PNP after submitting your EOI.
5. Submit Application: Upon receiving ITA, submit your application documents and fees as per the provided checklist.
6. Apply for Permanent Residence: Apply for permanent residence within 180 days of provincial nomination, including proof of necessary funds.
7. Submit COPR Request: Once you receive Confirmation of Permanent Residence (COPR) request, visit the visa application center with your passport.

In this process, patience is key. After submitting your EOI, wait for the ITA before proceeding with your application. Ensure all required documents are complete and fees are paid according to the provided guidelines.

Please note that this application process is subject to change based on the policies and regulations of the Prince Edward Island Provincial Nominee Program. For the most accurate and up-to-date information.

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