Scarlett Wilson [Published 29 Apr, 2021 | 04:53 AM]
British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP) invites 362 immigrants in the latest provincial draw to apply for a provincial nomination for Canadian permanent residency held on April 27.
Today's invitations once again saw British Columbia hold a general draw and a second draw targeting retail and wholesale managers as well as restaurant and foodservice managers.
Candidates who have got an invitation in this latest round of invitations were invited through BC PNP's two immigration streams - Skills Immigration (SI) and Express Entry BC (EEBC).
More specifically, invitations were sent to the subcategories of skilled workers, international graduates as well as entry-level and semi-skilled subcategories of the SI and EEBC streams.
The minimum marks for this draw ranged from 78 to 95 points. A total of 348 candidates were invited.
The separate draw for candidates whose profession falls under National Occupation Classification (NOC) Code - 0621 or 0631 resulted in 14 invitations with scores of 113.
With the specifically designed provincial nominee program, British Columbia can attract skilled immigrants who are in high demand in the local labour market and nominate them to live in the province as permanent residents.
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