Latest British Columbia Draw January 23, 2024

Today, British Columbia draws sent over 215 invitations for permanent residency, including both general and targeted draws.

Let’s explore the nuanced invitations that have been extended, bringing skilled individuals from various fields to the forefront of the immigration stage.

British Columbia Draw unfolded a canvas of inclusion by inviting skilled professionals and International graduates under general draw to contribute their talents to the province’s vibrant tapestry with a minimum score of 120.

Province also acknowledges the importance of entry-level and semi-skilled workers by setting a minimum score of 90.

Under Targeted Draws:

The spotlight shines on early childhood educators. 66 invitations fluttered gracefully to individuals with a minimum score of 60, welcoming them to be architects of young minds in the Canadian landscape.

The construction sector takes center stage with 34 invitations extended to those with a minimum score of 75. Canada beckons the builders and visionaries, recognizing the crucial role they play in shaping the nation’s physical infrastructure.

In the heart of the draw, healthcare professionals receive their well-deserved applause. Thirty-six invitations, with a minimum score of 60, invite these heroes to bring their skills and compassion to enrich Canada’s healthcare fabric.

A special mention goes to those dedicated to the well-being of our furry friends. Invitations with a minimum score of 60 were extended, acknowledging the significance of veterinary care in creating a compassionate community.

Overview of the January 23 British Columbia Draw

Draw typeStreamMinimum ScoreNumber of invitations
GeneralSkilled Worker12079
Skilled Worker: Express Entry option120
International Graduate120
International Graduate: Express Entry option120
Entry Level and Semi-Skilled98
Childcare: Early childhood educators and assistants (NOC 42202)Skilled Worker, International Graduate (includes EEBC option)6066
Targeting 25 Construction occupations7534
Targeting 39 Healthcare occupations6036
Veterinary care60<5

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