Fourth British Columbia PNP Draw

Fourth British Columbia PNP Draw Invited 168 Candidates

On April 25, the Canadian province of British Columbia held its fourth Skills Immigration draw. In this BC PNP draw, the province issued 168 invitations to eligible candidates from the BC PNP pool under three categories: Tech, Childcare, and Healthcare.

This round of PNP invitations was the fourth of its kind in the month of April, with previous invitation rounds held on April 4, April 11, and April 18 respectively. The BC PNP issues Invitations to Apply (ITAs) to qualifying applicants every week with some exceptions. The frequency, size, and date of the next British Columbia PNP draw are determined by the requirements of the BC PNP application inventory.

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Here’s a quick breakdown of who was invited in each category:

CATEGORY 1: Targeted Draw (Tech)

Tech
  • Number of Invitations: 113
  • Stream: Skilled Workers and International Graduates (including EEBC option)
  • Minimum score: 90

CATEGORY 2: Targeted Draw (Childcare and Healthcare)

Childcare: Early Childhood Educators and Assistants (NOC 42202)
  • Number of Invitations: 28
  • Stream: Skilled Workers and International Graduates (including EEBC option)
  • Minimum score: 60
Healthcare
  • Number of Invitations: 27
  • Stream: Skilled Workers and International Graduates (including EEBC option)
  • Minimum score: 60

The province issued ITAs to the applicants issued based on the labor market needs. This time province targeted to address shortages of skilled workers in various industries.

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In case, If you have a profile in the BC PNP pool and have the required skills and experience, you may be invited to apply for permanent residency in British Columbia. If you receive an ITA, you will have 30 days to submit a complete application to the BC PNP.

Thus, the fourth BC PNP draw of April issued 168 ITAs to eligible candidates in three categories: Tech, Childcare, and Healthcare. British Columbia invites skilled workers and international graduates to apply for permanent residency to fulfill labour shortages across various industries in the province. If you’ve applied in the BC PNP pool, you may be invited to apply for permanent residency.

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What is Provincial Nominee Program?

Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) is a pathway to Canadian permanent residence for the candidate who is willing to settle in a specific Canadian province or territory. Each province or territory apart from Quebec and Nunavut manages its own PNP, which is designed to meet its specific economic and demographic requirements.

The PNP streams are exclusively designed by the provinces to meet the unique immigration targets. PNP is a popular and easiest pathway to Canadian Permanent Residence.

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