British Columbia issues 4 fewer ITAs in New BC PNP Tech draw
Canada Immigration Update: British Columbia issues 4 fewer ITAs in New BC PNP Tech draw
As per the latest news coming in on Mar 01, 2022, British Columbia issues 4 fewer ITAs in New BC PNP Tech draw. However, the CRS score requirement remains the same at 85.
The current draw invited a total of 135 applicants. And targeted tech applicants whose occupation lies in 1 of the 29 eligible Tech profiles.
Getting an ITA in this draw means that you meet the terms such as:
- Applied to the BC PNP Tech stream.
- Your occupation falls under 1 of the eligible tech occupations.
- If you have a job offer from a BC employer in Tech profile:
- It must be a full time, paid and continuous job.
- Also, it must be for a minimum period of 1 year.
- Finally, have a CRS score of 85.
Besides, applicants who have an Invitation to Apply to submit a provincial nomination application must do so within 3o days of getting an ITA.
After the successful processing of the application, the applicant will get a nomination certificate. This certificate will help the applicant to apply for permanent residency in Canada.
In comparison to the last Feb 15, 2022 BC PNP Tech draw, we can see that the current draw issued 4 fewer draws. However, when we look at the past trends in the draw, we can see a consistent rise and fall in draw scores. But there is only 5 points rise in the CRS score. So, in conclusion, even if there is a 10-20 point rise and fall in ITAs, we can still expect the ITAs to go up in the upcoming draws.
Moreover, the BC PNP Tech draws, are famous for the least changes in the CRS score requirement.