Five Streams Targeted In New British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program Draw

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Five Streams Targeted In New British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program Draw

 

British Columbia immigration issued invitations to apply across five provincial streams in a new draw through the British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program.

The October 15 draw saw 277 skilled worker and international graduate candidates receive invitations.

For skilled workers, minimum scores were 94 through the direct provincial stream and 102 through the Express Entry-linked stream.

For international graduates, minimum scores were 99 and 102 for the direct provincial and Express Entry-linked streams respectively.

The stream for entry-level and semi-skilled workers required a minimum score of 80 points.


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Did You Get Invited in the October 15 B.C. Immigration Draw?

Date Category Minimum Score Invitations Issued
15-Oct-19 SI – Skilled Worker 94 Total: 277
  SI – International Graduate 99
  SI – Entry Level & Semi-Skilled 80
  EEBC – Skilled Worker 102
  EEBC – International Graduate 102

Source: www.welcomebc.ca

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