22 more invitations issued in latest British Columbia PNP draw
July 11, 2023: 22 more invitations issued in latest British Columbia PNP draw
BC PNP holds its latest draw on July 11, 2023. 22 more invitations issued in latest British Columbia PNP draw. Besides, a total of 206 applicants have an invitation for provincial nomination. The details of the 2-part draw series are as the following:
Draw 1 – Up to 152 applicants have an ITA.
- Firstly, the minimum score for Skilled Worker and EEBC Skilled Worker categories is 106.
- Secondly, the minimum score for International Graduate and EEBC International Graduate categories is 109.
- Also, the minimum score for the Entry Level and Semi-Skilled category is 87.
Draw 2 – Up to 54 applicants have an ITA.
Skilled Worker, International Graduate (including EEBC option)
- Firstly, 35 applicants with job profiles under Childcare: Early childhood educators and assistants (NOC 42202) have an invitation.
- Secondly, 15 applicants with job profiles under the Healthcare sector have an invitation.
- Also, fewer than 5 applicants with job profiles under Other priority occupations (NOCs 31103, 32104) have an invitation.
Besides, in comparison to the last such BC PNP General + Targeted draw on June 27, 2023, we can see positive updates in the current draw such as:
- 22 more applicants have an invitation in the current draw.
- General draw – 22 more applicants have an invitation.
- 5 more applicants with job profiles under NOC 42202 have an invitation.
- 5 fewer applicants with job profiles under the healthcare sector have an invitation.
- But we see no change for applicants with job profiles under NOCs 31103 and NOC 32104.
As per what criteria does British Columbia hold BC PNP Targeted draws?
British Columbia under BC PNP targets job profiles that are in demand in the province and or can support its economic growth. Thus, invitations to apply to Skilled Immigration (S.I) streams can be as per one of the following terms:
- Education Level – Place of study, duration, and field.
- Job profile in British Columbia
- Language Skill Level
- Job profile
- Years of experience in your job profile. Also, the highest level of work experience.
- Job offer – its wage rate and skill level.
- Your intent to live, work and settle in BC.
- Strategic priorities – needs of BC’s economy or profiles that can support government pilot projects or initiatives.
Moreover, irrespective of BC PNP needs, the current draw patterns are positive and promising. So, if you are thinking of applying to BC PNP for provincial nomination then apply now. After getting a nomination you can apply to IRCC for a Canada PR visa.
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