The latest British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP) invitation round issued 185 Invitations to Apply for permanent residence through the skills immigration draw.
The month’s fourth skills immigration draw by British Columbia invited 185 candidates on November 28, 2023. British Columbia maintains the regular frequency of up to five draws a month to invite eligible candidates under skills immigration streams.
The recent BC PNP draw focused on multiple categories comprising international graduates and skilled workers. The General BC PNP draw included Tech occupations, inviting 80 candidates having the CRS cut-off of 80 points.
BC PNP’s Early Childhood Educators and Assistants category issued 49 ITAs to candidates with minimum CRS scores of 60 points. The recent BC PNP draw also invited 27 candidates under the construction category. The minimum cut-off score was 75 points. The Healthcare Category of BC PNP issued 29 invites under the Skilled Worker and International Graduate stream to candidates with minimum scores of 60 points.
British Columbia evaluates candidates applying to the British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP) by certain ranking factors. These are:
Skilled work experience
British Columbia is among the most popular immigration destinations in Canada. Aspiring immigrants must improve their profile by scoring high CRS points.
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