Highlights of the BCPNP draw:
- BC PNP draw issued 170 invitations to immigration candidates to apply for Canada PR
- Candidates having a CRS score ranging between 60 and 111 were invited in this draw
- Invitations have been issued under different categories
- This draw was held on July 19, 2022
Details of the draw
The details of this draw can be found in the following table:
|Date||Number of Invitations||Category||Minimum Score|
July 19, 2022
|139||Skilled Worker, International Graduate (includes EEBC option)||85|
|18||Skilled Worker, International Graduate (includes EEBC option)||60|
|8||Skilled Worker, International Graduate, Entry Level and Semi-Skilled (includes EEBC option)||60|
|5||Entrepreneur Immigration- Regional Pilot||111|
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British Columbia invites 170 candidates through BC PNP draw
British Columbia holds draws on a weekly basis. On July 19, 2022, the province has issued invitations to 170 candidates through British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program. The candidates who achieved the score in the range of 60 and 111 received the invitations. They can apply for permanent residence and migrate to Canada.
Categories under which invitations are issued
British Columbia issues invitations through the following categories
- Skilled Worker
- International Graduate
- Entry Level and Semi-Skilled
- Entrepreneur Immigration – Base Category
- Entrepreneur Immigration – Regional Pilot
Categories for which no ITA needed
Candidates who apply under Health Authority and International Post-Graduate categories do not need an invitation to apply. They can send their applications directly.
Invitation under Skills immigration categories
The invitations under the Skills immigration categories are based on the following factors
- Language Skills
- Work Experience
- Intention to work, live, and settle in the province in a specific region
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