British Columbia Immigration Draw Invites 238 Skilled Workers and International Graduates

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British Columbia Immigration Draw Invites 238 Skilled Workers and International Graduates

Skilled workers and international graduates were the focus of a new British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program draw that saw 238 candidates invited to apply.

The August 6 draw saw required scores range from 80 to 105 points across five British Columbia immigration streams.

The entry level and semi-skilled workers stream registered a minimum score of 80 points.

Meanwhile, direct provincial skilled worker required 100 points to qualify, with Express Entry skilled workers needing 104 points.

A minimum score of 105 points was registered for both the direct provincial and Express Entry streams for international graduates.


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In Brief: August 6 B.C. Immigration Draw

Date

Category

Minimum Score

Invitations Issued

06-August-19

SI – Skilled Worker

100

Total: 238

 

SI – International Graduate

105

 

SI – Entry Level & Semi-Skilled

80

 

EEBC – Skilled Worker

104

 

EEBC – International Graduate

105

Source: www.welcomebc.ca

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