British Columbia Tech Pilot draw issues 80 ITAs

On Apr 06, 2021, British Columbia Tech Pilot draw issues 80 ITAs.

With a CRS requirement of 80, the British Columbia Tech Pilot draw issues 80 ITAs. Applicants have been selected from the following BC PNP streams:

Skills Immigration (S.I)

  • Skilled Worker
  • International Graduate

Express Entry BC (EEBC)

  • Skilled Worker
  • International Graduate

Besides, in comparison to the last BC PNP Tech Pilot draw of the Mar 23, 2021 draw, the current draw selected 5 fewer applicants.

British Columbia’s BC PNP Tech Pilot draw selects applicants who are skilled in tech occupations. This helps the province to hire skilled workers to grow its technology sector. As it selects applicants from 29 eligible occupations. If you have a minimum of 1 year of a job offer in 1 of the 29 eligible occupations, you can apply to this program.

Looking at the current draw, there might be issuing of a low number of ITAs. But this will soon pick up. Because all Canadian immigration programs are issuing a large number of ITAs and are lowering the CRS score requirement. And BC PNP will surely do the same.

So, if you received an Invitation to Apply (ITA) in this draw then it means you have:

  • Applied to the BC PNP Tech Pilot stream.
  • Meet the terms of the program.
  • Also, have a valid job offer in 1 of the 29 eligible occupations.
  • Finally, have a CRS score of 80.

After getting an ITA in this draw, you have 60 days to submit a complete Canada PR application to IRCC.

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