British Columbia PNP Draw: Province Issues 188 Canada Immigration Invitations

British Columbia Issues 127 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 at least 188 invitations.

The March 12 draws were targeted at specific occupations.

In a tech draw, 65 invitations were issued to skilled workers and international graduates in tech occupations with a minimum score of 113 points.

A further 54 invitations were issued to skilled workers and international graduates scoring at least 75 points in a draw targeting childcare workers.

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Construction workers received 30 invitations with a minimum score of 80 points.

A draw targeted at healthcare workers saw 38 invitations issued to skilled workers and international graduates, with a minimum score of 75 points.

Lastly, veterinary care workers received ‘less than five’ invitations with a minimum score of 75 points. The total was listed as ‘less than five’ to protect the identity of those invited.

Latest B.C. Immigration Draws

Date Category Minimum Score Invitations Issued Description


Skilled Worker, International Graduate

113 65 Tech
75 54 Childcare
80 30 Construction
75 38 Healthcare
75 <5 Veterinary care


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