BC PNP draw sees rise in CRS score
Feb 02 BC PNP draw sees rise in CRS score.
British Columbia under its BC PNP draw sees rise in CRS score. Overall, the draw selected 208 applicants. Also, the CRS score is up by 2 to 3 points for the following streams:
Skills Immigration (S.I)
- Skilled Worker – 98 CRS score (up by 2 points).
- International Graduate – 98 CRS score (up by 2 points).
- Entry Level and Semi-Skilled – 79 CRS score (low by 1 point)
Express Entry BC (EEBC)
- Skilled Worker – 104 CRS score (low by 2 points).
- International Graduate – 100 CRS score (low by 3 points)
Besides, looking at the figures and in comparison, to the Jan 19 BC PNP draw:
- CRS score up for S.I – Skilled Worker and International Graduate, and low for Entry Level and Semi-Skilled sub-stream.
- CRS score low for EEBC – Skilled Worker and International Graduate sub-stream.
BC PNP draw sees rise in CRS score. But if you have an ITA under the BC PNP EEBC stream then it means you have:
- An active Express Entry (EE) profile.
- Have applied to 1 of the EE sub-streams such as:
- Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP)
- Federal Skilled Trades Program (FSTP)
- Canadian Experience Class (CEC)
- Also, meet the Human Capital Factors:
- Language Skills
- Education Level
- Work Experience
- Further, have applied to 1 of the BC PNP EEBC streams.
- Skilled Worker
- International Graduate
- Finally, have a CRS score as per the EEBC sub-stream you applied to.
Also, in this draw, the applicants have received an ITA for provincial nomination. So, if you have an active EE profile and you get a nomination then it is a double win for you. Because your EE profile will get extra 600 CRS score. And this guarantees an increase in the chances of you getting an ITA for Canada PR.