Technology workers were the focus of the latest draw conducted by the British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program.
The April 2 draw saw 26 invites issued to candidates through the BC PNP Tech Pilot.
Minimum scores dropped as low as 73 for entry-level and semi-skilled candidates.
Skilled workers through the direct provincial stream required 94 points to qualify, while Express Entry skilled workers needed 100 points.
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International graduates, meanwhile, required 100 points through the direct provincial stream, and 105 points via the Express Entry stream.
Did You Get Invited in the April 2 B.C. Immigration Draw?
|Date||Category||Minimum Score||Invitations Issued|
|02-April-19 (Technology only)||EEBC – Skilled Worker||100||Total: 26|
|EEBC – International Graduate||105|
|SI – Skilled Worker||94|
|SI – International Graduate||100|
|SI – Entry Level and Semi-Skilled||73|