British Columbia Invites More Than 1,000 In Last Two All-Program Draws Combined

British Columbia Invites More Than 1,000 In Last Two All-Program Draws Combined
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British Columbia immigration has conducted a new large all-program draw, bringing to 1,073 the number of invitations issued in the last two general draws.

The September 4 draw saw 546 invitations issued through the British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program, the largest all-program draw of 2019.

In four out of five featured streams, minimum scores dropped for skilled worker and international graduate candidates.

The direct provincial skilled worker stream required a minimum score of 93 points, compared to a minimum score of 96 points for the Express Entry skilled worker stream.

Under the direct provincial international graduate stream, the minimum score was 98 points, against a minimum score of 100 for the Express Entry international graduate stream.

The entry level and semi-skilled worker stream recorded a minimum score of 77 points.

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Minimum Score

Invitations Issued


SI – Skilled Worker


Total: 546


SI – International Graduate



SI – Entry Level & Semi-Skilled



EEBC – Skilled Worker



EEBC – International Graduate



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