British Columbia Invites 230 Candidates in the Latest BC PNP Draw
British Columbia held the recent invitation round on July 25, inviting 230 skilled workers and graduates under various streams of the British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP).
The latest skills immigration draw by British Columbia was the fourth such draw in July. Candidates required a minimum CRS score of 60 points to receive Invitations to Apply through the targeted BC PNP draws. These are the details of BC PNP’s targeted draw on July 25:
Childcare (Early Childhood Educators and Assistants) – 30 ITAs
Healthcare occupations – 20 TAs
Other priority occupations – 5 ITAs
The British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program’s General Draw selected 175 candidates to issue Invitations to Apply. The following are CRS CUT-OFF details of the BC PNP General Draw:
Skilled Workers – Minimum CRS score 106
International Graduates – Minimum CRS score 109
Entry-level and Semi-skilled – Minimum CRS score of 87
Skilled Workers (EEBC) – Minimum CRS score 106
International Graduates (EEBC) – Minimum CRS score 109
British Columbia holds weekly invitation rounds to select candidates for nomination under British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program. Candidates meeting multiple eligibility criteria like education, language skills, work experience, and skill levels can apply for British Columbia provincial immigration. The BC PNP selection uses the Skills Immigration Ranking System to invite top-ranking applicants for nomination.
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