The Latest Draw Held by British Columbia Invited 155+ Candidates
The BC Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP) is a British Columbia government-run economic immigration programme. The province employs the programme to identify and nominate overseas workers, students, and entrepreneurs who can meet B.C.’s labour market demands, support government initiatives, and contribute to the province’s economic growth.
The latest British Columbia PNP Draw was held on April 12, 2022. The Province has issued 155 Canada PR invitations. The streams that are focused in the draw include Skilled Worker, International Graduate, and Entry Level, and Semi-Skilled. The details of the draw can be seen in the following table
|Draw Date||Number of Invitations||Category||Minimum Score||Targeted Occupations|
|April 12, 2022||124||Skilled Worker, International Graduate||87||Targeted draw:Tech|
|24||Skilled Worker, International Graduate||70||Targeted draw: Childcare: Early childhood educators and assistants (NOC 4214)|
|7||Skilled Worker, International Graduate,
Entry Level and Semi-Skilled
|70||Targeted draw: Healthcare|
|<5||Skilled Worker, International Graduate||70||Targeted draw: Other priority occupations (NOCs 3114, 3213)|
Highlights of the Draw
- Candidates from three categories have been invited. The streams are Skilled Workers, International Graduates, and Entry Level and Semi-Skilled International Graduates.
- Candidates who have been invited have 30 days to submit their final applications.
- The CRS cut-off for this week’s draw is the same as it was for the previous week’s draw.
A Brief About the British Columbia PNP Draw
The BC PNP sends out invitations to applicants in the registration pool on a regular basis. The level of education is one of the most important aspects of a candidate’s profile that influences their nomination and invitation. The other factors include their field of education, the location where the education was completed, proficiency in English language, years of experience and type of employment, their desire to settle in a specific Canadian location, as well as their plan to do so.
Generally, the BC PNP issues invitations to the candidates belonging to the following categories
- Skilled Worker
- International Graduate
- Entry Level and Semi-Skilled
- Entrepreneur Immigration – Base Category
- Entrepreneur Immigration – Regional Pilot
Want to know more about the BC PNP Program and understand your chances the leverage the same? Feel free to reach our Canada Immigration Consultants.