CRS score remains same for Nov 10 BC PNP draw

British Columbia adds to Canada’s positive immigration trends as the CRS score remains same for Nov 10 BC PNP draw.

British Columbia held its latest draw, and the good news is that the CRS score remains same for Nov 10 BC PNP draw. The draw selected a total of 358 applicants. Also, in comparison to the Oct 27 BC PNP Tech Pilot draw, 4 more applicants were selected in the Nov 10 BC PNP draw. So, looking at this change we can only expect a selection of a large number of applicants in the upcoming draws. As has been the case with overall Canada immigration draws.

Besides, the BC PNP is an immigration program that helps British Columbia or BC select skilled workers to grow its economy. If you want to get Canada PR through the BC PNP then you must apply to 1 of its 3 categories and their sub-streams such as:

Skills Immigration (S.I)

  • Skilled Worker
  • International Graduate
  • Entry Level and Semi-Skilled

Express Entry BC (EEBC)

  • Skilled Worker
  • International Graduate

Further, CRS score remains the same for Nov 10 BC PNP draw and was as the following:

For S.I applicants

  • Skilled Worker – 93 CRS score
  • International Graduate – 94 CRS score
  • Entry Level and Semi-Skilled – 75 CRS score

For EEBC applicants

  • Skilled Worker – 92 CRS score
  • International Graduate – 93 CRS score

Also, applicants who have received an Invitation to Apply (ITA) in this draw can now apply for permanent residence in Canada.

Anyone who wishes to apply to BC PNP and if they qualify to apply must submit an EOI profile now. Because looking at the figures above, right now Canada is accepting a large number of applications. Thus, why miss this opportunity. Apply now. 

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