British Columbia Targets Technology Workers In New Provincial Draw

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British Columbia Targets Technology Workers In New Provincial Draw

Invitations were issued to 57 BC PNP Tech Pilot candidates in the latest British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program draw.

The June 25 draw saw invitations issued across four BC PNP streams. The BC PNP Tech Pilot gives priority to candidates in 29 technology occupations.

Minimum scores were 90 for skilled workers and international graduates via the Express Entry-linked streams.

The direct provincial streams for skilled workers and international graduates also featured a minimum score of 90 points.


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Date Category Minimum Score Invitations Issued
25-June-19 EEBC – Skilled Worker 90 Total: 57
EEBC – International Graduate 90
SI – Skilled Worker 90
SI – International Graduate 90

Source: www.welcomebc.ca

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