British Columbia invites 164+ candidates in latest draw

By Joseph Parker [Published 13 Jul, 2022 | 05:02 AM] 890
British Columbia invites 164+ candidates in latest draw

On July 12, British Columbia gave away the results of latest draw under the Skills Immigration category. Results were made public for both General and Targeted draws. The BC Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP) sent out its weekly batch of invitations on. More than 164 fresh applicants were asked to apply for a provincial nomination.

132 invitations were sent from the General draw (including Tech occupations) category including: 

  • Skilled Workers category with a minimum score of 115
  • Skilled Worker (EEBC option) category with a minimum score of 130
  • International Graduate category with a minimum score of 97 
  • International Graduate (EEBC option) category with a minimum score of 110
  • Entry Level and Semi-Skilled category with a minimum score of 78

22 invitations were sent from the Skilled Worker, International Graduate (including EEBC option) with a minimum score of 60, targeting Childcare: Early childhood educators and assistants (NOC 4214). 

10 invitations were sent from the Skilled Worker, International Graduate, Entry Level and Semi-Skilled (including EEBC option) with a minimum score of 60, targeting Healthcare occupation. 

Less than 5 invitations were sent from the Entry Level and Semi-Skilled category with a minimum score of 60 targeting Healthcare occupation of Health care assistants (NOC 3413).

The Entry Level and Semi-Skilled category sent less than 5 invitations with minimum score of 60 targeting other priority occupations - NOCs 3114 and 3213. 

About BC PNP 

High-scoring applicants are invited by British Columbia, who then extends invitations to people who have submitted applications under each PNP category through the BC PNP draw, allowing them to live and work there permanently. Candidates may apply to Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship (IRCC) Canada for visas allowing them to reside there permanently after receiving a nomination from their home province.

British Columbia offers its citizens good living conditions and more options for job advancement in line with their labour requirements. Up to 1,350 skilled workers may be invited to British Columbia each year, and the BC PNP nomination programs assist in issuing the invitations. 

The BC PNP sends invitations to prospective immigrants based on the following indicators of human capital:

  • Education – level and field of education and where it was completed
  • Language skills
  • Occupation
  • Duration and skill level of work experience
  • Wage and/or skill level of job offer
  • Intent to live, work and settle in a specific region
  • Strategic priorities – factors that address specific labour market needs in B.C. or support government pilot projects and initiatives

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BC PNP process of application

  • Step 1: Under BC PNP, look for immigration programs that fit your profile.
  • Step 2: Review the eligibility requirements to see if you meet the conditions for application.
  • Step 3: After that, qualified candidates can submit an online Expression of Interest (EOI).
  • Step 4: After the provincial officials have reviewed your profile, you will be added to a pool of candidates.
  • Step 5: If you are selected in the cut-off draw conducted by the province, your province will recommend you for permanent residency in Canada.
  • Step 6: To acquire your confirmation of permanent residency, you will have 60 days to submit a complete application (COPR).

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