BC PNP Conducted Draw on May 30, 2023 and Invited 196 Candidates for BC PNP Nomination
British Columbia (BC) PNP Invited 196 applicants to apply for Canada PR through British Columbia PNP, this BC PNP Draw took place on May 30, 2023. Under its several Streams. Please find the British Columbia PNP Latest Draw & minimum cut-off and number of ITA below.
BC PNP Draw page was updated on May 30, 2023.
|Date||Number of Invitations||Stream||Minimum Score||Description|
|May 30, 2023||151||Skilled Worker||104||General draw (includes tech occupations)|
|Skilled Worker - EEBC option||104|
|International Graduate - EEBC option||107|
|Entry Level and Semi-Skilled||85|
|May 30, 2023||26||Skilled Worker, International Graduate (includes EEBC option)||60||Targeted draw: Childcare: Early childhood educators and assistants (NOC 42202)|
|May 30, 2023||14||Skilled Worker, International Graduate (includes EEBC option)||60||Targeted draw: Healthcare|
|May 30, 2023||<5||Skilled Worker, International Graduate (includes EEBC option)||60||Targeted draw: Other priority occupations (NOCs 31103, 32104)|
BC PNP Previous Draw History
You can find BC PNP Draw History here
What is the frequency of BC PNP draw?
The frequency of British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP) draws may vary depending on several factors including, the number of places available (Quota), BC PNP Labour market need & priority, and candidates' availability in the registration of interest pool. BC PNP draws are typically held on regularly in a month, but the exact frequency may change over time.
Historically, BC PNP draws have taken place approximately every two weeks or once a month. However, it's important to note that this BC PNP Draws frequency is not guaranteed, and the schedule may be subject to change based on program requirements and processing capacity.
To stay updated on the frequency of BC PNP draws and BC PNP program requirements or related information, it's recommended you regularly check the official BC PNP website or subscribe Aptech visa newsletter for notifications and announcements.
What is a good score for BC PNP?
The BC PNP has various PNP categories and streams, and each stream has its own predefined requirements and points score systems. The scoring system used by the BC PNP is known as the SIRS, which assigns points to applicants based on factors such as qualification, Experience, language competency, and connections to British Columbia.
The minimum score required to receive an ITA through the BC PNP varies for each draw and depends on the specific category and stream. Generally, a higher score increases your chances of receiving an ITA. The score is determined by a combination of factors, and the highest-scoring candidates are typically invited to apply during each draw.
Remember, meeting the minimum score requirement does not guarantee an invitation to apply. It's essential to strive for a competitive score and continuously improve your profile to increase your chances of receiving an ITA from the BC PNP.
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