270 Candidates Invited To Apply In New BC PNP Draw

270 Candidates Invited To Apply In New BC PNP Draw
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Invites were issued to 270 candidates in the latest draw through the British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program.

The June 18 draw saw invites issued for British Columbia immigration across five provincial streams.

Skilled workers through the direct provincial stream required a minimum score of 95 points, while Express Entry skilled workers needed 105 points to qualify.

Direct provincial and Express Entry-linked streams for international graduates required 100 and 104 points respectively. Lastly, entry level and semi-skilled workers required 75 points to qualify.

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Did You Get Invited in the June 18 B.C. Immigration Draw?

Date Category Minimum Score Invitations Issued
18-June-19 EEBC – Skilled Worker 105 Total: 270
EEBC – International Graduate 104
SI – Skilled Worker 95
SI – International Graduate 100
SI – Entry Level and Semi-Skilled 75

Source: www.welcomebc.ca

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