British Columbia Conducts the Third PNP Draw, Inviting Over 200 Candidates

British Columbia Conducts the Third PNP Draw, Inviting Over 200 Candidates

The latest British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP) on April 18, 2023, processed 208 Invitations to Apply (ITAs), targeting candidates from Tech, Healthcare, and Childcare streams.

The General Category draw of the British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program invited 158 candidates with CRS scores between 85 and 107 points. The following are the minimum CRS scores:

Skilled workers – 104 points

International graduates – 107 points

Entry-level and Semi-skilled candidates – 85 points

The second category included 50 candidates under Childcare, Healthcare, and other Priority occupations. The minimum CRS score was 60 points across the occupation categories.

Childcare – 29 invitations to skilled workers and international graduates

Healthcare – 16 invitations to skilled workers and international graduates

Other priority occupations – 5 invitations to skilled workers and international graduates

All candidates receiving ITAs are eligible to apply for BC PNP nomination. They can subsequently apply for permanent residence upon receiving the nomination.

BC PNP

British Columbia operates Skills Immigration Registration System (SIRS) to select candidates through British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP). Candidates submit Expressions of Interest (EOIs) to get CRS points ranking for competitive selection. The SIRIS is similar to the federal Express Entry selection system.

The SIRIS enables candidates to create an online profile for registration to receive a particular CRS score. The EOI profile remains active for one year. Candidates can update the same during the course of the validity period to improve their ranking.

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