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PEI PNP Draw Invites 24 Candidates from the Healthcare and Construction Sectors

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PEI PNP Draw Invites 24 Candidates

In a promising announcement aligning with PEI’s immigration priorities for 2024, Prince Edward Island’s Provincial Nominee Program – PEI PNP has executed a targeted draw, extending invitations to 24 skilled candidates. This draw invited candidates from the Healthcare and Construction sectors to address the specific needs of the province.

PEI PNP Draw Invitations

DateBusiness Work Permit InvitationsLabour and Express Entry InvitationsTotal over the last 12 months
02/29/2024 _24 2,331

Healthcare and Construction Sectors

PEI’s resolute commitment to inviting candidates from healthcare and construction comes to the forefront with an invitation to 24 skilled professionals. This carefully curated draw not only responds to immediate labor market demands but also shows PEI’s foresighted approach to immigration. By concentrating on key sectors, the province is carving a path for sustained economic growth and prosperity.

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A Closer Look at PEI Immigration Priorities for 2024

Prince Edward Island (PEI) is redefining its approach to immigration in 2024, aligning its goals with the Growing Together framework to ensure sustainable growth. This strategic plan not only addresses the need for housing and infrastructure but also focuses on key sectors that will shape the province’s future.

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PEI’s Immigration Priorities in 2024

  • Healthcare – Welcoming 300 skilled professionals to boost PEI’s medical services.
  • Construction – Inviting 185 experts for infrastructure development.
  • Manufacturing & Processing – Strengthening the industrial landscape with 435 immigrants.
  • Professional Services & Sciences – Acknowledging 85 professionals contributing to growth.
  • Trucking & Transport – Addressing transportation sector needs with 170 skilled workers.
  • Sales & Services – Enhancing the sector with 215 immigrants.
  • Traditional (Tourism, Agriculture, Fisheries) –  Inviting 120 immigrants for tourism, agriculture, and fisheries.
  • Early Childhood Education – Focusing on education with 80 immigrants.
  • Others – Open to immigrants aligning with the province’s growth plan.

5 – Rule Pillar in PEI’s Growing Together Framework

PEI’s “Growing Together” plan is anchored in five priorities:

  1. Expanding Critical Infrastructure and Public Services
  2. Building and Retaining the Province’s Workforce
  3. Supporting Land-Use Planning and Environmental Sustainability
  4. Enhancing Community Connectedness and a Sense of Belonging
  5. Long-Term Planning and Reporting

PEI’s immigration landscape in 2024 reflects a thoughtful and strategic approach to growth. By reducing immigration nominations by 25% and redistributing the remaining slots to key sectors, the province aims to create a balanced and sustainable workforce.

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Minimum Eligibility Criteria

To qualify for nomination under any of the Labour Impact Category streams, you must meet the following requirements:

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  • Secure a full-time long-term job offer from a Prince Edward Island (PEI) employer, either permanent or for a minimum duration of two years.
  • Be available for an interview with the PEI Office of Immigration staff, if deemed necessary.
  • Hold a minimum of secondary school education.
  • Fall within the age bracket of 21 to 59 years.
  • Possess adequate proficiency in English/French language to effectively carry out the offered job.
  • Have ample financial resources to cover all immigration expenses, including travel costs, for both you and your family to establish yourselves in PEI.
  • Demonstrate a sincere intention to settle permanently in Prince Edward Island.

The latest PEI PNP draw marks a significant milestone in welcoming skilled professionals who will play a crucial role in the province’s healthcare and infrastructure domains. The Next PEI PNP Draw Prediction is 21 March 2024. Mark your Calendar and stay tuned for more updates on PEI’s progressive immigration initiatives!

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Prince Edward Island April 466 invitations
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