Latest BC PNP Draw

The Latest BC PNP Draw Invited 217 Skilled Workers and International Graduates

British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP) recently held its seventh draw of 2024, inviting 217 Skilled Workers and International Graduates to apply for provincial nomination.

Overview of Invitation Categories and Criteria

The draw, which took place on February 21, 2024, adds to the 1,643 invitations already issued by British Columbia this year.

In this latest draw, invitations were issued across various streams with specific minimum score requirements. For the Skilled Worker stream, the minimum score required was 126, resulting in 69 general draw invitations. Similarly, the International Graduate stream also required a minimum score of 126. Entry Level and Semi-Skilled stream, however, had a lower minimum score requirement of 99.

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The Skilled Worker, International Graduate streams, including the Enhanced Express Entry British Columbia (EEBC) option, saw a minimum score requirement of 60. Invitations for specific occupations were also issued within these streams, such as 70 for Childcare, 32 for Construction, 41 for Healthcare, and less than 5 for Veterinary care.

Application Process for Successful Invitees

If you’ve received an invitation to this draw, you have 30 days to complete your application for permanent residency through the British Columbia PNP online portal. This entails submitting all required documents and paying the processing fee before the nomination expires. Upon approval by BCPNP, you’ll receive a nomination package enabling you to apply for a Canadian PR visa.

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Insights into BC PNP Draw Procedures

BC PNP draws are conducted weekly, usually on Wednesdays. The specifics regarding the targeted streams, minimum score requirements, and the number of invitations aren’t disclosed beforehand. Invitations may be issued based on various factors, including professional designations in B.C., language proficiency, occupation, wage, and skill level of job offers.

Understanding Candidate Evaluation and Eligibility

Candidate profiles are evaluated to rank and select nominees for provincial nomination. To assess your eligibility for immigration to British Columbia, you can utilize the BC PNP points calculator.

British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BCPNP) continues to provide opportunities for skilled workers and international graduates to obtain provincial nomination and eventually permanent residency in Canada. Stay updated with the latest draw results and ensure you meet the eligibility criteria to maximize your chances of receiving an invitation.

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