British Columbia PNP Draw: Province Issues At Least 133 Canada Immigration Invitations

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British Columbia PNP Draw: Province Issues At Least 133 Canada Immigration Invitations
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British Columbia has issued invitations to at least 133 candidates in a new draw through the British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program.

The January 10 draw saw invitations issued in four different categories.

Skilled workers and international graduates with a minimum score of 90 points received 123 invitations through the BC PNP Tech stream.

A draw targeted at Early Childhood Educators under NOC 42202 saw ‘less than 5’ invitations issued to skilled workers and international graduates, with a minimum score of 60 points. The number was recorded as less than 5 to protect the identity of those invited.

A further 18 invitations were issued to skilled workers, international graduates and entry level and semi-skilled workers scoring at least 60 points in a draw targeting Healthcare workers.

A final batch of less than 5 invitations went to skilled workers and international graduates in a draw aimed at other priority occupations under NOCs 31103, 32104. 


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Latest B.C. Immigration Draw

Date Category Minimum Score Invitations Issued Description
06-12-22 Skilled Worker, International Graduate 90 123 Tech draw
Skilled Worker, International Graduate 60 <5 Targeted draw: Childcare: Early childhood educators and assistants (NOC Childcare: Early childhood educators and assistants (NOC 42202))
Skilled Worker, International Graduate, Entry Level and Semi-Skilled 60 18 Targeted draw: Healthcare
Skilled Worker, International Graduate 60 <5 Targeted draw: Other priority occupations (NOCs 31103, 32104)

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