The first general draw in a month through the British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program saw 290 invitations issued.
The February 27 draw targeted skilled workers and international graduates through five BC PNP streams. The previous general draw took place on January 28.
Draws through the BC PNP Tech Pilot have been conducted in each of the last three weeks.
Skilled workers through the direct provincial streams required a minimum score of 103 points to qualify, compared to the 115 points needed through the Express Entry-linked skilled worker stream.
The direct provincial stream for international graduates registered a minimum score of 108 points, with the Express Entry-link stream requiring 112 points to qualify.
Entry-level and semi-skilled workers required 85 points.
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Did You Get Invited in the February 27 B.C. Immigration Draw?
|Date||Category||Minimum Score||Invitations Issued|
|27-Feb-20||SI – Skilled Worker||103||Total: 290|
|SI – International Graduate||108|
|SI – Entry Level and Semi-Skilled||85|
|EEBC – Skilled Worker||115|
|EEBC – International Graduate||112|