Minimum Scores Drop Slightly In New British Columbia Immigration Draw

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Minimum Scores Drop Slightly In New British Columbia Immigration Draw

Minimum scores edged down as a new batch of invitations were issued to skilled workers and international graduates through the British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program.
In a June 4 draw, 274 invites were issued across five British Columbia immigration streams.
The entry level a semi-skilled stream recorded the lowest minimum score, at 75 points.
Direct provincial skilled workers needed 95 points to qualify, compared to the 105 needed by Express Entry skilled workers.
International graduates needed 100 points via the direct provincial stream, or 104 points through Express Entry.


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Did You Get Invited in the June 4 B.C. Immigration Draw?

Date Category Minimum Score Invitations Issued
04-June-19 EEBC – Skilled Worker 105 Total: 274
EEBC – International Graduate 104
SI – Skilled Worker 95
SI – International Graduate 100
SI – Entry Level and Semi-Skilled 75

Source: www.welcomebc.ca

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