British Columbia held the fourth round of invitations to send 199 invitations to Apply for Permanent Residence under the British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program.
The recent skills immigration BC PNP draw on January 30 targeted eligible candidates with skilled work experience across various in-demand occupations. The new BC PNP draws invited 199 profiles for permanent residence as per the following details:
BC PNP childcare occupations draw- 49 ITAs (cut-off score 60 points)
BC PNP construction occupations draw- 29 ITAs (cut-off score 75 points)
BC PNP healthcare occupations draw- 27 ITAs (cut-off score 60 points)
BC PNP Tech occupations draw- 89 ITAs (cut-off score 103 points)
BC PNP veterinary occupations draw- less than 5 ITAs (cut-off score 60 points)
Candidates receiving ITAs through the BC PNP draws get 30 days to apply with complete details using the online application platform.
British Columbia holds regular draws every week. The province is conducting Entrepreneur and Skills Immigration draws to boost its economy and labor market.
British Columbia held four BC PNP draws this month, inviting 994 candidates to apply for permanent residence. All invitation rounds in the month focused on the skills immigration stream of the British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program.
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