BC PNP Latest Draw Issues 222 ITAs to Apply For Canada PR!

BC PNP Latest Draw Issues 222 ITAs to Apply For Canada PR!

Surya Rathee Surya Rathee
[Published 08 Sep, 2023 | 05:05 AM]
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British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP) has conducted a new Skills Immigration draw.

The BC PNP latest draw held on September 06, 2023, saw ITAs being issued a total of 155 Skilled Workers and International Graduates. Invited candidates required a minimum CRS score of 60 to be eligible for this invitation round.

This was the first Skills Immigration draw conducted by British Columbia in September. The previous invitation round was held on August 29, which issued ITAs to 155 Skilled Workers and International Graduates with a minimum score of 60. 

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BC PNP Latest Draw: September 06, 2023

Category 1: General Draw  

  • Total number of invitations: 160
  • Streams invited: Entry Level & Semi-Skilled, Skilled Workers, and International Graduates (including EEBC option) 
  • Minimum score: 89-110

Category 2: Childcare: Early childhood educators and assistants (NOC 42202)

  • Total number of invitations: 43
  • Streams invited: Skilled Workers and International Graduates (including EEBC option)
  • Minimum score: 60

Category 3: Healthcare

  • Total number of invitations: 19
  • Streams invited: Skilled Workers and International Graduates (including EEBC option)
  • Minimum score: 60

British Columbia issues ITAs to eligible candidates on a weekly basis, with some exceptions. The frequency, size, and date of the BC PNP latest draw - are all determined by the needs of the BC PNP application inventory at the time of the invitation round. 

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Best Options to Immigrate to British Columbia

Immigrating to British Columbia (BC), Canada offers various pathways depending on your qualifications and goals. Here are some of the best options:

  • Express Entry: This federal immigration system manages skilled worker applications for permanent residence. If you meet the criteria and have a job offer or provincial nomination, you can apply through the Express Entry system, which often leads to BC nomination.
  • Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP): BC has its own immigration program that allows the province to nominate candidates who can contribute to the local economy. There are various streams within the British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP), including the Skilled Worker, Entrepreneur, and Tech Pilot categories.
  • Family Sponsorship: If you have family members who are Canadian citizens or permanent residents living in BC, they can sponsor you for immigration through the Family Class sponsorship program.
  • Study Permits: Pursuing higher education in BC is another way to start your journey. After completing your studies, you can apply for a Post-Graduation Work Permit, which can eventually lead to permanent residency.
  • Start-Up Visa: If you have an innovative business idea and are seeking to establish a start-up in BC, you can apply for the Start-Up Visa program, which could lead to permanent residency.
  • Refugee and Humanitarian Programs: If you are in need of asylum or humanitarian support, Canada has programs to help those in dire situations.

Each of these options has specific eligibility criteria and application processes, so it's crucial to research and consult with immigration professionals to determine the best pathway for your specific situation.

Good Luck!

Source: welcomebc.ca


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