British Columbia PNP conducts its first draw of April

British Columbia PNP conducts its first draw of April

Surya Rathee Surya Rathee
[Published 05 Apr, 2023 | 03:52 AM]
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The British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP) conducted a new Skills Immigration draw on April 4th, 2023. The first BC PNP draw of the month issued a total of 175 Invitations to Apply (ITAs) to Skilled Workers and International Graduates present in the pool. 

The April 4th draw issued ITAs to apply for Canada PR under the following categories. 

Who was invited?

CATEGORY 1: General Draw (Including Tech Occupations) 

A total of 152 candidates across a General Draw with ITAs being issued to - 

  • Skilled Workers (including EEBC option) with a minimum score of 103.
  • International Graduates (including EEBC option) with a minimum score of 106
  • Entry Level and Semi-Skilled with a minimum score of 85.

CATEGORY 2: Targeted Draw (Childcare and Healthcare)

A total of 23 candidates across a Targeted Draw with ITAs being issued to – 

  • 17 Skilled Workers & International Graduates (including EEBC option) from Childcare: Early Childhood Educators & Assistants (NOC 42202) - with a minimum score of 60. 
  • 6 Skilled Workers & International Graduates (including EEBC option) from Healthcare - with a minimum score of 60.

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

Is it easy to get PR in British Columbia?

Getting a PR in British Columbia or any other Canadian province depends on several factors such as your education, work experience, language proficiency, age, and other eligibility criteria set by Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC).

British Columbia has several immigration programs that applicants can use to apply for Canada PR, including the Provincial Nominee Program (PNP), the Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP), and the Canadian Experience Class (CEC). These programs have their own requirements and criteria, and the difficulty of getting PR through them may vary depending on your situation.

The process of obtaining PR can be complex and time-consuming, and it is recommended to seek professional guidance from an ICCRC registered immigration consultant or lawyer to help you navigate the application process and increase your chances of success.



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