The British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP), which has two streams —Skills Immigration and Entrepreneur Immigration — conducted back-to-back invitation rounds on December 13. A total of 216 Invitations to Apply were sent across various categories.
In its most recent draw, the BC PNP distributed 216 Invitations to Apply (ITAs) to applicants. Invitations were distributed for two categories in the draw on December 13:
180 candidates were selected in the General Draw, and ITAs were given to skilled workers and international graduates (including those who chose the EEBC option) who received a minimum score of 104, as well as entry-level and semi-skilled applicants who received a minimum score of 80.
37 individuals totaled in Category 2 of a Targeted Draw for Graduates from Abroad and Skilled Workers (including the EEBC option).
Of the total ITAs given, 19 were for Early Childhood Educators & Assistants (NOC 42202) in childcare, 13 were for healthcare, 5 were for healthcare assistants (NOC 33102), and the remaining occupations were Other Priority Occupations and Healthcare (NOCs 31103, 32104).
The needed score was 60.
Additionally, a fresh draw was held by the BC PNP for its Entrepreneur Immigration stream. Ten Invitations to Apply (ITA) were distributed to applicants in two categories during the draw on December 13th:
Five applicants from a Regional Pilot for Entrepreneur Immigration received a minimum score of 134.
A total of 5 applicants from the Entrepreneur Immigration – Base Category must receive a score of 116 or higher.
Immigrants should be aware that no BC PNP invitations will be sent out during the week of December 26, 2022. The week of December 19 will see the release of the definitive ITAs for 2022. In January 2023, BC PNP invitations will start again.
An essential part of supporting and maintaining the province’s economy is the British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP).
The BC PNP is currently in charge of managing two streams:
The points earned via the BC PNP points calculators are used to rate and assess British Columbia entrepreneur immigration applicants. Age, degree, job experience, language ability, adaptability, and spouse sponsorship are just a few of the criteria used to determine how many points are awarded.
An Invitation to Apply (ITA) to the BC PNP is sent to the applicants with the best marks.
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