Skilled Worker Minimum Score Drops In Latest BC PNP Draw

Skilled Worker Minimum Score Drops In Latest BC PNP Draw
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The minimum score for direct provincial skilled workers dropped by four points in the latest British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program draw.

Candidates required 101 points to qualify for the British Columbia immigration stream, compared to 105 points in the previous all-program draw.

The July 23 draw saw 191 candidates issued invitations to apply for British Columbia immigration.

In the other four streams, minimum scores remain constant.

Direct provincial international graduates required 105 points to qualify, while entry level and semi-skilled workers needed 80 points.

Through British Columbia’s Express Entry-linked streams, skilled workers needed 110 points to qualify, while international graduates needed 105 points.

Did You Get Invited in the July 23 B.C. Immigration Draw?



Minimum Score

Invitations Issued


SI – Skilled Worker


Total: 191


SI – International Graduate



SI – Entry Level & Semi-Skilled



EEBC – Skilled Worker



EEBC – International Graduate



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