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BC issued nearly 160 invitations in the Skilled Worker, Internation Graduate, and Entry-level and Semi-skilled categories of the British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program.

On April 12, 2022, British Columbia invited nearly 160 candidates under the following categories:

  • SI Skilled Worker
  • International Graduates
  • Entry-level and Semi-skilled

The latest BC PNP draws prioritized candidates with a job offer as a tech worker, an early childhood educator, or in a health-related occupation NOC-4214, and other priority occupations in NOCs 3114, 3213.

April 12 BC PNP draw results:

Targeted Draw: Tech

  • Category: Skilled Worker, International Graduate
  • No. of Invitations: 124
  • Minimum Score: 87

Targeted Draw: Early childhood educators and assistants (NOC 4214)

  • Category: Skilled Worker, International Graduate
  • No. of Invitations: 24
  • Minimum Score: 70

Targeted Draw: Healthcare

  • Category: Skilled Worker, International Graduate, Entry-level and Semi-skilled
  • No. of Invitations: 7
  • Minimum Score: 70

Targeted Draw: Other priority occupations (NOCs 3114, 3213)

  • Category: Skilled Worker, International Graduate
  • No. of Invitations: <5
  • Minimum Score: 70

What is BC PNP?

A set of dedicated immigration programs for British Columbia operated by the Canadian Govt. Each BC PNP has its own eligibility requirements aligned to fulfill the labor market needs of British Columbia.

How to get an ITA through BC PNP?

Firstly, you have to ensure that you meet the minimum eligibility requirements for the BC PNP category that suits your profile the best. After that, you submit an Expression of Interest (EOI) to the province.

After that, your profile is evaluated by the province through Skills Immigration Registration System (SIRS) Score. The highest-ranking applicants then receive an invitation from BC to apply for nomination.

Once you receive an invitation, you get 30 days to prepare and submit an online application to the province.

Nominated candidates get an Invitation to Apply for Permanent Residence.

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