BC PNP draw issues more invites keeps CRS score the same
Sep 28, 2021: BC PNP draw issues more invites keeps CRS score the same
British Columbia in BC PNP draw issues more invites keeps CRS score the same. Also, looking at Sep 28, 2021, 2 part draw series, we can see the following details:
|Draw 1 – 386 ITAs issued||Draw 2 – 36 ITAs issued|
|Skills Immigration (S.I)||Skilled Worker||90||105|
|Entry Level & Semi-Skilled||69||N.A|
|Express Entry BC||Skilled Worker||86||105|
Moreover, the above figures show a rise in the issuing of ITAs. Also, this strengthens the ongoing positive immigration trends. Thus, we can assess the future course of action the immigration draws may take. Because all speculations lead to the rise of ITAs and a fall in the CRS score. However, in the worst-case scenario, we can expect a few points to fall in CRS or it shall remain constant.
Besides, to strengthen the above point we can make a comparison with the last Sep 14, 2021, BC PNP draw. The current draw figures show that there is 66 points rise in the issuing of ITAs. Whereas there is no change in the CRS score. Further, such figures only indicate a higher selection of applicants in the upcoming draws.
British Columbia’s BC PNP draw is increasing its application intake. As a result, there will be a higher selection of applicants for provincial nomination. Also, under the Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) Canada will select a total of 80,800 – 83,000 applicants. The current number may seem meagre, but Canada overall will select a total of 401,000 applicants in 2021.
In short, apply for a Canada Visa has never been this easy. As Canada is processing applications faster. So, if you apply now, you will get Canada PR soon.