Minimum Scores Drop For All 5 Streams As British Columbia Conducts Major PNP Draw

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Minimum Scores Drop For All 5 Streams As British Columbia Conducts Major PNP Draw

Minimum scores fell for all five streams as British Columbia immigration conducted its largest BC PNP draw of 2019.

The August 20 draw saw invitations issued to 527 British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program candidates, the first time the province has crossed the 500 barrier this year.

Entry level and semi-skilled workers required the lowest minimum score, at 77 points.

Direct provincial skilled workers, meanwhile, required 95 points to qualify, with skilled workers through the Express Entry-linked stream needing a minimum score of 100 points.

International graduates through the direct provincial stream also needed to score 100 points, while those invited via the Express Entry-linked stream required 102 points to qualify.


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Did You Get Invited in the August 20 B.C. Immigration Draw?

Date

Category

Minimum Score

Invitations Issued

20-August-19

SI – Skilled Worker

95

Total: 527

 

SI – International Graduate

100

 

SI – Entry Level & Semi-Skilled

77

 

EEBC – Skilled Worker

100

 

EEBC – International Graduate

102

Source: www.welcomebc.ca


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