British Columbia Conducts New Immigration Draw Through BC PNP Tech Pilot

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Skilled workers and international graduates proficient in 29 targeted technology occupations have been invited to apply for British Columbia immigration.

A BC PNP Tech Pilot draw that took place on May 14, 2019, saw 77 invitations issued to candidates across four British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program streams.

Skilled workers and international graduates through the province’s Express Entry streams required 90 points to qualify.

The same minimum score was registered through the direct provincial streams for skilled workers and international graduates.

Through the Tech Pilot, candidates are given priority processing for existing British Columbia streams.


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Did You Get Invited in the May 14 B.C. Immigration Draw?

Date Category Minimum Score Invitations Issued
14-May-19 EEBC – Skilled Worker 90 Total: 77
EEBC – International Graduate 90
SI – Skilled Worker 90
SI – International Graduate 90

Source: www.welcomebc.ca

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