Skilled Workers and International Graduates Invited In New BC PNP Draw

Skilled Workers and International Graduates Invited In New BC PNP Draw
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British Columbia has issued 234 invites to skilled workers and international graduates in the latest British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program draw.

The May 21 draw saw invites issued across five streams of the BC PNP.

Express Entry skilled workers and international graduates both required 105 points to qualify.

A minimum score of 105 was also recorded under the direct provincial international graduate stream, while direct provincial skilled workers required 95 points.

Lastly, entry level and semi-skilled workers required a minimum score of 75 points to qualify.

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Did You Get Invited in the May 21 B.C. Immigration Draw?



Minimum Score

Invitations Issued


EEBC – Skilled Worker


Total: 234

EEBC – International Graduate


SI – Skilled Worker


SI – International Graduate


SI – Entry Level and Semi-Skilled



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