In the 6th BC PNP draw of 2024 British Columbia issued up to 204 invitations

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6th BC PNP draw of 2024

In the 6th BC PNP draw of 2024 British Columbia invited skilled candidates and tech professionals On February 13, 2024, the Government of British Columbia held new invitation draws under the British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP) and issued invitations to apply to qualified candidates in tech, healthcare, childcare, construction, and veterinary care occupations. 

Details of the 6th BC PNP draw of 2024

Tech Draw: In the tech draw, the province invited 77 candidates. The minimum score for candidates invited to this draw was 108 points. 

Childcare-targeted draw: BC issued 54 ITAs to candidates under the childcare-targeted draw for early childhood educators (NOC 42202). 

Healthcare-targeted draw: British Columbia invited 41 candidates who scored 60 points in the Healthcare-targeted draw. 

Construction sector invitations: The province also issued 27 invitations to candidates working in the construction sector. 

Veterinary care invitations: up to five invitations have been issued to candidates working in veterinary care occupations. 

British Columbia issued up to 204 ITAs in the sixth draw of 2024. This year, the province has already invited up to 1,426 candidates.

British Columbia’s sixth draw of 2024 reaffirms its status as a welcoming destination for skilled immigrants across various sectors. By strategically targeting occupations and issuing many invitations, the province aims to address labor market needs and foster economic prosperity. As British Columbia remains committed to immigration, prospective candidates can look forward to further opportunities to contribute to the province’s vibrant communities and thriving economy.

Targeted invitations to apply for Skills Immigration streams may be based on one or more of the following factors:

  • Education – the level, field, and location where the education was completed.
  • Eligible professional designations in British Columbia.
  • Language skills.
  • Occupation.
  • The length and level of work experience.
  • Salary and/or skill level of job offer.
  • Intend to live, work, and settle in a specific area.
  • Strategic priorities are factors that address specific labor market needs in British Columbia or provide support for government pilot projects and initiatives.

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