The first Skills Immigration Draw of the British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program invites international graduates and skilled workers.
On May 2, 2023, BC PNP draw issued 176 Invitations to Apply (ITAs) under Skills Immigration. It was the first PNP draw of British Columbia in May 2023. The BC PNP draw focused on eligible skilled workers and international graduates in the pool.
BC PNP General Draw
British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program’s General Draw invited 133 candidates having minimum CRS scores as follows:
Skilled Workers – CRS cut-off 104 points
International Graduates – CRS cut-off 107 points
Entry Level and Semi-skilled – CRS cut-off 85 points
BC PNP Targeted Draw
On May 2, 2023, BC PNP draw issued Invitations to Apply to 43 candidates in the Targeted Draw. The details are as below:
22 ITAs to Skilled Workers and International graduates in Childcare – CRS cut-off 60 points
16 ITAs to Skilled Workers and International graduates in Healthcare – CRS cut-off 60 points
5 ITAs to Skilled Workers and International graduates in Other Priority – CRS cut-off 60 points
British Columbia Provincial immigration
British Columbia enables aspiring and eligible candidates to seek permanent residency to work and settle in the province through multiple streams of BC PNP. The eligibility factors comprise the candidate’s age, education, language proficiency, and work experience, besides specific requirements of the IRCC.
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