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British Columbia Holds PNP Draw Inviting 172 Candidates for Permanent Residency

British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP) draw issued Invitations to Apply (ITAs) to 172 candidates on July 18, 2023.

The latest British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP) invitation round for its Skills Immigration and International Graduates stream invited 172 candidates on July 18, 2023. The CRS cut-off range for the draws was between 60 and 88 points.  

BC PNP Targeted Draw (Tech)

Targeted Draw (Tech category) issued 112 invites to candidates under Skilled Workers and International Graduates having minimum CRS scores of 88 points. The draw also included candidates with active Express Entry profiles.

BC PNP Targeted Draw (Childcare)

The BC PNP draw for the Childcare category for early childhood educators and assistants invited 39 candidates, including the EEBC option. The CRS cut-off for the draw was 60 points.

BC PNP Targeted Draw (Healthcare)

The Targeted Draw for the healthcare category invited 16 candidates under the Skilled Workers and International Graduates streams, including the EEBC option. The minimum CRS cut-off was 60 points.

BC PNP Targeted Draw (Other Priority)

The category for Other Occupations issued five invites to candidates under Skilled Workers and International Graduates having minimum CRS scores of 60 points. The draw also included candidates with active Express Entry profiles.The July 18 BC PNP draw marks the third skills immigration draw by British Columbia in July. British Columbia holds invitations rounds every week to invite eligible candidates for Permanent Residency.

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