British Columbia held the latest PNP draw on June 20, 2023, issuing Invitations to Apply (ITAs) to 149 candidates.
The new skills immigration draw of the British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program on June 20 was the third BC PNP draw in June. The BC PNP draw issued 149 ITAs to eligible candidates in the pool.
Targeted Draw (Tech) – The Targeted Draw for Tech occupations issued 107 Invitations to Apply for Skilled Workers and International Graduates and Entry Level and Semi-Skilled streams. The draw also includes candidates with active Express Entry profiles. The CRS cut-off for the Targeted Draw Tech Occupations was 90 points.
Targeted Draw (Childcare occupations) – The Early Childhood educators and assistants in the Childcare category invited 18 candidates in Skilled Workers and International Graduate streams of BC PNP, including the EEBC option. The minimum CRS score for the draw was 60 points.
Targeted Draw (Healthcare) – The Targeted Draw for Healthcare occupations invited 19 candidates with a CRS cut-off of 60 points. The draw focused on Skilled Workers and International Graduate streams of BC PNP, including the EEBC option.
Targeted Draw (Other Priority Occupations) – British Columbia held a Targeted Draw for Other Priority occupations, inviting 5 candidates having minimum CRS scores of 60 points.
British Columbia conducts weekly BC PNP draws to invite eligible candidates to apply for provincial nomination. The nomination qualifies the candidate to apply for permanent residency to the federal immigration authorities.
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