BC PNP Issues 159 New Invitations Across Immigration Categories

BC PNP Issues:-

In a recent provincial nominee program draw, the British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program BC PNP issues 159 new invitations to immigration candidates on March 5, 2024.

This is a breaking news alert from the immigration desk. The invitations were issued across several BC PNP issues immigration categories, including a general draw and targeted draws for specific occupations.

In the General Skilled Immigration draw, BC invited:

54 candidates across the Skilled Worker, International Graduate, and Entry Level and Semi-Skilled subcategories.

The minimum score requirements were:

Skilled Worker and International Graduate: 126

Entry Level and Semi-Skilled: 99

Targeted Occupation Draws British Columbia also conducted targeted draws for workers in high-demand occupations:

Healthcare

39 candidates invited

Minimum score of 70

Construction

30 candidates invited

Minimum score of 80

Childcare

32 candidates invited

Minimum score of 70

Veterinary Care

Less than 5 candidates invited

Minimum score of 70

The score requirements varied across the categories, with the highest score of 126 needed for the general Skilled Worker and International Graduate pools.

For in-demand occupations like healthcare and childcare, BC set a lower minimum score requirement of 70.

This allowing more candidates working in over credential occupations like nursing, medicine, and childcare services to receive invitations.

Next Steps for Invited Candidates
The 159 candidates issued invitations now have 30 calendar days to submit a complete application to the BC PNP.

Obtaining a provincial nomination from BC is a crucial step towards acquiring Canadian permanent residence.

We will continue monitoring developments from this BC PNP draw and follow up on the next rounds of invitations.

Stay tuned for any breaking updates regarding Canadian immigration matters.

BC PNP Issues

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