On November 12, 2019, British Columbia invited 23 business-candidates under its two streams for entrepreneurs. In this round, BCPNP invited to apply 5 candidates in the Regional Pilot. The lowest score in this round was 121, eleven points higher than in the previous draw. In the Base Category of the Entrepreneur Stream, British Columbia invited 18 candidates with the lowest score of 112, two points lower than on October 29. BCPNP continues attracting entrepreneurs into the province in order to develop the local economy and create more jobs. In total, 250 entrepreneurs have been invited to British Columbia in 2019 and 42 of them were invited via the Regional Pilot.
On November 12, 2019, British Columbia held a new draw in the Skills Immigration and Express Entry British Columbia categories of the British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP). In the new round, BC invited 409 registrants to apply for the provincial nomination. The scores of this draw changed only in one stream:
- Skills Immigration – Skilled Worker 93
- Skills Immigration – International Graduate 100
- Skills Immigration – Entry Level and Semi-Skilled 75 (-2 points)
- Express Entry British Columbia – Skilled Worker 99
- Express Entry British Columbia – International Graduate 102
British Columbia invited 8,215 candidates under all streams of BCPNP in 2019. The federal government allocated 6,500 nominations to BCPNP in 2019.