BC Issued Invitations to 374 Skilled Immigration Candidates

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BC issued invitations to 374 Skilled Immigration candidates

The British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BCPNP) issued new invitations on October 12, 2022, inviting suitable candidates for immigration with a focus on skills. The province invited 320 individuals to participate in the general draw.

 

Candidates that were invited to this draw had to have a minimum score of 78-114. Furthermore, British Columbia welcomed 25 applicants for the childcare-focused early childhood educator draw (NOC 4214). BC invited 19 applicants for the draw with a focus on healthcare. Additionally, fewer than five invites for healthcare assistants (NOC 3413) and fewer than five ITAS for other priority professions have been sent out (NOCs 3114, 3213). Up to 374 candidates were invited by the province in total for this draw. British Columbia has already sent out 8,076 invites for the year 2022.

 

The number of invitations, the required rating, and the criteria are taken into consideration is displayed in the table below:

 

DateNumber of InvitationsCategoryMinimum ScoreDescription
October 12 2022320Skilled Worker114General draw

(includes tech occupations)

October 12, 2022320Skilled Worker – EEBC option114General Draw

(includes tech occupations)

October 12, 2022320International Graduate104General Draw

(includes tech occupations)

October 12, 2022320International Graduate – EEBC option104General Draw

(includes tech occupations)

October 12, 2022320Entry Level and Semi-Skilled78General Draw

(includes tech occupations)

October 12, 202225Skilled Worker, International Graduate (includes EEBC option)60Childcare: Early childhood educators and assistants (NOC 4214)
October 12, 202219Skilled Worker, International Graduate, Entry Level and Semi-Skilled (includes EEBC option)60Healthcare
October 12, 20225Entry Level and Semi-Skilled60Healthcare: Healthcare assistants (NOC 3413)
October 12, 20225Skilled Worker, International Graduate (includes EEBC option)60Other priority occupations (NOCs 3114, 3213)

 

How does the BC PNP Operate?

 

The Canadian economy is significantly “supported & sustained” by the province of British Columbia. The British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP), which is managed by the province, is one of the most sought-after Canada Immigration routes for hopeful immigrants from all over the world.

A straightforward route for potential immigrants who desire to study, work, invest, and settle in British Columbia is provided via the point-based BC PNP.

 

Currently, the BC PNP oversees two significant categories:

  • British Columbia Immigration Skills
  • Immigrant Entrepreneurs in British Columbia

 

Based on the points earned using the British Columbia PNP points calculator, candidates are ranked and evaluated. Based on variables including age, education, work experience, and language, points are allocated.

 

To find out more details about the “BC issued invitations to 374 Skilled Immigration candidates”, you can contact one of our immigration specialists at  Gunness & Associates.

 

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