The month’s second invitation round by the British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP) issued 197 Invitations to Apply on December 12, 2023.
British Columbia targeted eligible candidates under construction, healthcare, and childcare streams in the latest BC PNP draw. The December month’s second skills immigration draw aimed at attracting skilled workers to boost the economy and labor market of British Columbia. These are a few highlights of the BC PNP Skills Immigration draw:
The general BC PNP draw – 73 ITAs (CRS Cut-off 95)
BC PNP Construction occupations category – 31 ITAs (CRS Cut-off 75)
BC PNP Childcare occupations category – 61 ITAs (CRS Cut-off 60)
BC PNP Healthcare occupations category – 27 ITAs (CRS Cut-off 60)
BC PNP Other Priority occupations – 5 ITAs (CRS Cut-off 60)
The Skills Immigration streams of BC PNP are popular immigration pathways among prospective immigrants planning to work and settle in British Columbia. The regular BC PNP invitation rounds select and nominate the top-ranking candidates, inviting them to Apply for Permanent Residence.
Provincial nomination programs consider ranking factors like the candidate’s age, language skills, education, and work experience. BC PNP Skills Immigration streams help candidates with skilled experience in various in-demand sectors, such as trades, healthcare, construction, and technology.
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