Great news for candidates awaiting provincial nomination from British Columbia.
The British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP), has conducted its first Skills Immigration draw of November. This draw marks another significant step by British Columbia in attracting foreign workers and graduates to contribute to the province’s diverse and thriving labor market.
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The BC PNP latest draw held on November 07, 2023, saw ITAs being issued to 190 candidates under the Skilled Worker and International Graduate streams. Invited candidates required a minimum score of 60 to be eligible for this invitation round.
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BC PNP invited a total of 903 candidates for a provincial nomination across the five draws conducted in October. The same trend is expected to be carried on for November as well.
The consecutive draws serve as a testament to British Columbia’s commitment to prioritize the selection of Skilled Workers and International Graduates with the necessary skills, qualifications, and potential to succeed in the province’s dynamic economy. With the BC PNP conducting back-to-back record-breaking invitation rounds in 2023 - now is indeed the best time to apply for a nomination.
The British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP) plays a pivotal role in helping support & sustain the province’s economy. The BC PNP is one of the most sought-after Canada Immigration pathways for aspiring immigrants globally.
There are two streams that are currently being managed by the BC PNP:
Candidates are ranked & evaluated based on the points achieved under the BC PNP points calculator. Points are assigned based on factors such as Age, Education, Work Experience, Language Proficiency, Adaptability, and Spousal Sponsorship. Candidates with the highest scores are issued an Invitation to Apply (ITA) for permanent residency to the BC PNP.
The expected BC PNP next draw prediction is November 14, 2023.
BC PNP draws are conducted on a weekly basis - typically on a Wednesday. The timing, frequency, and CRS score of these draws are determined by the BC PNP - and can vary depending on various factors including, the province’s economy, labor market, and the immigration targets set in the Canada Immigration Level Plans.
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