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British Columbia Issued 222 invites for the latest BCPNP draw


British Columbia Issued 222 invites for the latest BCPNP draw

The British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BCPNP) has just conducted its latest draw for invitations to apply (ITAs), and the results are in. This draw, which occurred on September 6, 2023, brings promising opportunities for skilled workers and graduates to make British Columbia their new home.

Invitations were extended to candidates falling within the International Graduates and Skilled Workers categories, including Express Entry applicants.

Out of a total of 222 applicants, 160 were successfully chosen in the General and Technical Draw. The selected candidates had scores spanning from 107 points, which was the minimum requirement for Skilled Workers (including EEBC Option) and 110 points which was a minimum requirement for International Graduates (including EEBC). In contrast, entry-level and semi-skilled workers only needed 89 points to be eligible for selection.

Skills Immigration Invitations

DRAW 1

  • Draw Type: BCPNP General and Tech Draw
  • Total Invitations Issued: 160

Minimum score for each stream:

  • SI – Skilled Worker – 107
  • EEBC – Skilled Worker – 107
  • SI – International Graduate – 110
  • EEBC – International Graduate – 110
  • Entry Level and Semi-Skilled – 89

DRAW 2

  • Draw Type: Targeted Draw
  • Invited Occupation: Early childhood educators and Assistant (NOC 42202)
  • Selected Categories: SI – Skilled Worker, EEBC – Skilled Worker, SI – International Graduate, EEBC – International Graduate
  • Count of invitations sent: 43
  • Minimum Score: 60

DRAW 3

  • Draw Type: Targeted Draw
  • Invited Occupation: Healthcare
  • Selected Categories: SI – Skilled Worker, EEBC – Skilled Worker, SI – International Graduate, EEBC – International Graduate
  • Count of invitations sent: 19
  • Minimum Score: 60

This draw is a significant opportunity for individuals looking to settle in British Columbia, especially those with skills in demand in various sectors, including healthcare, early childhood education, and technology-related occupations.

Applicants are encouraged to check their BCPNP Online profiles to see if they have received an ITA. This could be the first step towards realizing their dream of living and working in the beautiful province of British Columbia.

The BCPNP continues to make strides in welcoming skilled and talented individuals to contribute to the province’s growth and prosperity. Stay tuned for more updates on future draws and opportunities to become a part of British Columbia’s vibrant community.


  Check Your Eligiblity

How to Apply for BC PNP as a Skilled Worker – Eligibility Criteria:

To be eligible for the Skilled Worker stream of the British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP), you must meet the following requirements:

  • You should have accepted a permanent, full-time job offer from a British Columbia company. The offer should not be temporary or have a specified end date.
  • The job position you are offered must fall within a skilled profession categorized as NOC (National Occupational Classification) levels 0, 1, 2, or 3.
  • Demonstrate that you have the means to financially support yourself and any dependents.
  • Maintain legal immigration status in Canada.
  • Meet the minimum language proficiency requirements for occupations falling under NOC levels 2 or 3.
  • Possess the necessary qualifications and skills to perform the duties of the job you’ve been offered.
  • Accumulate at least two years of full-time (or equivalent part-time) work experience in any skilled occupation categorized under NOC levels 0, 1, 2, or 3.
  • Ensure that the salary offered to you aligns with the industry wage standards in British Columbia.

Processing Times for British Columbia PNP:

The application processing time for skilled immigration through the British Columbia PNP typically takes around 3 months. Processing times indicate the duration it takes for authorities to review and process applications for the BC Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP). These processing times commence when the authorities receive your complete application. However, they may vary depending on program capacity and demand.

Feel free to reach out to us for assistance or inquiries. Contact us at +91-8595010514 or via email at info@peerlessimmigration.com




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