Recently, British Columbia has held new draws particularly targeted at provinces outside Metro Vancouver, issuing a minimum of 370 invitations through several streams of the British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program. The September 8 draws were aimed at teaching, tech and health professions. The first draw included tech jobs, 361 invitations were issued through five BC PNP streams for international graduates and skilled workers.
The lowest scores ranged from 71 to 95 points. An additional set of 8 invitations were issued to international graduates and skilled workers scoring a minimum of 60 points in a draw aimed at Early Childhood Educators and Assistants under NOC 4214. A draw aimed at Healthcare employees saw ‘below 5’ invitations issued to skilled workers, entry-level and semi-skilled workers, as well as the international graduates with the lowest score of 60 points. The invitation number was listed as ‘below 5’ to protect the invited candidate’s identity.
Latest B.C. Immigration Draws
|Date||Category||Minimum Score||Invitations Issued||Description|
|08-09-2022||Skilled Worker||95||361||Targeted draw: Regional (includes tech occupations)|
|Skilled Worker – EEBC||95|
|International Graduate – EEBC||87|
|Entry Level and Semi-Skilled||71|
|Skilled Worker, International Graduate||60||8||Targeted draw: Regional, Childcare: Early childhood educators and assistants (NOC 4214)|
|Skilled Worker, International Graduate, Entry Level and Semi-Skilled||60||<5||Targeted draw: Regional, Healthcare|
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