British Columbia issues upto 132 invites for PNP nomination

July 05, 2022: British Columbia issues upto 132 invites for PNP nomination

British Columbia recently held its latest BC PNP draw. Where British Columbia issues upto 132 invites for PNP nomination. Also, the draw was conducted in a 2 part series. The details of the same are as the following:

Draw 1

  • 100 applicants have an ITA.
  • Applicants with a CRS score requirement of 85 or more qualify for this draw.
  • Also, applicants from the Skilled Worker, International Graduate and EEBC option have an invite.
  • Besides, the draw targeted applicants from tech job profiles.


Draw 2

Skilled Worker, International Graduate including EEBC option

  • 21 applicants have an ITA.
  • The qualifying score is set at 60.
  • Also, the draw targeted applicants whose profile comes under the Childcare: Early childhood educators and assistants (NOC 4214).


Skilled Worker, International Graduate, Entry Level and Semi-Skilled including EEBC option

  • 7 applicants have an ITA.
  • The qualifying score is set at 60.
  • And draw targeted applicants from the healthcare sector.


Skilled Worker, International Graduate including EEBC option

  • Less than 5 people have an ITA in this draw.
  • The qualifying score is set at 60.
  • Also, the draw targeted applicants from other priority occupations (NOCs 3114, 3213).


So, looking at the above figures we can see a positive outcome of the draw. This means the province is selecting applicants at a good rate. And we can expect more people to get a provincial nomination for permanent residency in Canada.


What are the benefits of applying through the BC PNP EEBC category?

To get a nomination you can apply to the EEBC category:

  • Firstly, have an active EE profile.
  • Secondly, 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 Human Capital Factors:
    • Age
    • Education
    • Work Experience
    • Language Skills
  • Meet the terms to apply to 1 of the EEBC sub-streams.
    • Skilled Worker
    • Health Authority
    • International Graduate
    • International Post-Graduate
  • Finally, meet a qualifying BC PNP draw score.


Moreover, after getting an ITA and then nomination you will get an extra 600 CRS score. As a result, this score will add up to your CRS rank in the Express Entry (EE). And will increase your chances of getting an ITA for a PR visa for Canada.


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