British Columbia has held a new draw under the British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (PNP), awarding invitations to at least 179 applicants.
The July 26 draws were divided into two categories: general and targeted.
In the general draw, which included technical occupations, 147 invitations were awarded to five British Columbia PNP streams for professionals and international graduates. The minimum scores were between 78 and 136 points.
In the targeted draw, an additional 22 invitations were awarded to professionals and international graduates with a minimum score of 60 points in a draw for educators and assistants under NOC 4214.
In a draw for health care workers, 9 invitations were awarded to professionals, international graduates, and entry-level and semi-skilled workers who also had to score at least 60 points.
The final group of fewer than 5 targeted invitations went to professionals and international graduates with experience in “other priority occupations” under NOCs 3114 and 3213, who had to score at least 60 points.
Latest British Columbia Immigration Draws
|Date||Category||Minimum Score||Number of Invitations Issued||Description|
|Skilled Worker||115||147||General draw (includes technical professions)|
|Skilled Worker – EEBC||136|
|International Graduate – EEBC||113|
|Entry Level and Semi-Skilled||78|
|Date||Category||Minimum Score||Invitations Issued||Description|
|International Graduate, Skilled Worker||60||22||Childcare: Early childhood educators and support staff (NOC 4214)|
|Semi-Skilled, Entry Level, International Graduate, and Skilled Workers||60||9||Healthcare is a specific draw.|
|Semi-Skilled and Entry Level||60||<5||Targeted draw: Additional high-demand professions (NOCs 3114, 3213)|
Categories requiring invitations
We issue invitations to registrants in the following categories:
– Skilled Workers
– International graduates
– Beginners and semi-skilled workers
– Immigration as an Entrepreneur – Basic Category
– Immigration as Entrepreneur – Regional Pilot
Health Department applicants and international graduates may apply directly and do not require an invitation to apply.
Skilled Immigration Invitations
Targeted invitations to apply for Skills Immigration categories may be based on one or more of the following factors:
– Education – level and specialty of education and where it was completed.
– Language skills
– Professional activity
– Length and skill level of work experience
– Wage and/or skill level of the job offer
– Intention to live, work, and settle in a particular region
– Strategic Priorities – factors that address specific labour market needs in British Columbia or support pilot projects and government initiatives.
Contact us for more details:
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