British Columbia Invites 157 Candidates With Scores As Low As 75 Points

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British Columbia Invites 157 Candidates With Scores As Low As 75 Points

Candidates with scores as low as 75 points were invited to apply in the latest British Columbia immigration draw.

The April 23 draw saw 157 invitations issued across five British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program streams.

The entry level and semi-skilled worker stream recorded the lowest minimum score of 75 points, while the province’s skilled worker stream saw a minimum score of 95 points.

Three remaining streams, for Express Entry skilled workers and international graduates, plus direct provincial international graduates, saw a minimum score of 105 points.

Details of the draw are given below.


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Did You Get Invited in the April 23 B.C. Immigration Draw?

Date

Category

Minimum Score

Invitations Issued

23-April-19

EEBC – Skilled Worker

105

Total: 157

EEBC – International Graduate

105

SI – Skilled Worker

95

SI – International Graduate

105

SI – Entry Level and Semi-Skilled

75

Source: www.welcomebc.ca

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