Five Provincial Streams Targeted As B.C. Immigration Invites 402 Candidates

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Latest British Columbia Immigration Draw Sees 402 Invites Issued

British Columbia issued invites to 402 candidates across five streams in the latest draw through the British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program.

The October 1 draw feature minimum scores ranging from 78 points to 101 points for the different streams.

A minimum score of 78 was registered for the entry-level and semi-skilled stream.

Elsewhere, the direct provincial skilled worker stream required a minimum score of 92 points. Meanwhile, the Express Entry stream for skilled workers required a minimum score of 97 points.

For international graduates, the direct provincial stream saw a minimum score of 97 points, compared to 101 points for the Express Entry stream.,


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Did You Get Invited in the October 1 B.C. Immigration Draw?

Date Category Minimum Score Invitations Issued
01-Oct-19 SI – Skilled Worker 92 Total: 402
  SI – International Graduate 97
  SI – Entry Level & Semi-Skilled 78
  EEBC – Skilled Worker 97
  EEBC – International Graduate 101

Source: www.welcomebc.ca

 

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