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New British Columbia PNP Draw

New British Columbia PNP Draw Invites 83 Candidates

The most recent British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP) draw has again opened an opportunity for aspiring immigrants. With draws conducted regularly, candidates eagerly await their chance to apply for permanent residency in this vibrant province.

The Latest BC PNP Draw: April 03, 2024

On April 03, 2024, the province extended invitations to candidates with valuable work experience in high-demand fields such as Construction and Healthcare. The draw encompassed various streams and targeted occupations, aiming to address specific labor market needs.

Here’s a breakdown of the minimum score required and the number of invitations issued across different streams:

General Draw – 30 Invitations

  • Skilled Worker – including EEBC option: 130 points
  • International Graduate: 130 points
  • International Graduate – EEBC option: 125 points
  • Entry Level and Semi-Skilled: 107 points
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Targeted Draw – 53 Invitations

  • Childcare: 90 points – 18 invitations
  • Construction: 95 points – 10 invitations
  • Healthcare: 90 points – 25 invitations

Candidates who received invitations in this draw now have 30 days to submit a complete application for permanent residency to the BC PNP. Meanwhile, those who did not receive invitations will remain in the candidate pool, with the possibility of being selected in subsequent draws.

Upcoming British Columbia PNP Draw: April 10, 2024

British Columbia conducts PNP draws once every week, typically on Wednesdays. The next draw is scheduled for April 10, 2024, offering another opportunity for eligible candidates to receive invitations to apply for permanent residency.

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Understanding the Selection Process

Under the BC PNP, candidates are invited to apply based on various factors, including education, language skills, occupation, work experience, and intent to settle in specific regions. Invitations are issued to candidates with the highest scores in BC’s points grid, reflecting their suitability for permanent residency.

The draw type, stream, minimum score, and number of invitations are not disclosed beforehand, adding an element of anticipation to the process.

As British Columbia continues to welcome newcomers through its Provincial Nominee Program, each draw represents a gateway to new opportunities and a fresh start for aspiring immigrants. With its diverse streams and targeted approaches, the BC PNP remains a vital pathway to permanent residency in one of Canada’s most dynamic provinces. Stay tuned for updates on future draws and embark on your journey towards a fulfilling life in British Columbia

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