British Columbia Conducts First General Immigration Draw In 3 Weeks

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British Columbia Conducts First General Immigration Draw In 3 Weeks

British Columbia immigration has conducted its first general draw in three weeks, issuing invitations to 218 skilled workers and international graduates.

The July 9 draw featured minimum points scores ranging from 80 to 110 across five British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program streams.

Entry level and semi-skilled workers required 80 points to qualify, while Express Entry skilled workers required 110 points.

The three remaining streams all required 105 points – for direct provincial and Express Entry international graduates and direct provincial skilled workers.


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Did You Get Invited in the July 9 B.C. Immigration Draw?

Date

Category

Minimum Score

Invitations Issued

09-July-19

EEBC – Skilled Worker

110

Total: 218

EEBC – International Graduate

105

SI – Skilled Worker

105

SI – International Graduate

105

SI – Entry Level & Semi-Skilled

80

Source: www.welcomebc.ca

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