British Columbia Issues 230 Canada Immigration Invitations In New PNP Draw

British Columbia Issues 230 Canada Immigration Invitations In New PNP Draw
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British Columbia has conducted new draws through multiple streams of the British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program, issuing 230 invitations.

The December 19 draws were targeted at specific occupations.

In a tech draw, 107 invitations were issued to skilled workers and international graduates with a minimum score of 95 points.

A further 62 invitations were issued to skilled workers and international graduates scoring at least 60 points in a draw targeting Early Childhood Educators and Assistants under NOC 42202.

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Construction workers received 32 invitations with a minimum score of 75 points.

A draw targeted at Healthcare workers saw 29 invitations issued to skilled workers and international graduates, with a minimum score of 60 points.

Latest B.C. Immigration Draws

Date Category Minimum Score Invitations Issued Description








Skilled Worker, International Graduate

95 107 Targeted draw: Tech
60 62 Targeted draw: Childcare: Early childhood educators (NOC 42202)
75 32 Construction
60 29 Targeted draw: Healthcare


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