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BC PNP conducts a draw at 7th of June for Tech Workers and Targeted NOC’s.

Professionals in the fields of technology, childcare, and healthcare have been asked to participate in a new BC PNP draw.

The British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP) held its weekly round draw on June 7th, 2022. The subcategories of Skilled Worker International Graduate, Entry Level, and Semi-Skilled received invitations to the draw.

In the targeted draw, 125 British Columbia immigrants were encouraged to seek a provincial nomination, which included a tech category. A total of 16 nominations were filed for the targeted NOC for Childcare: Early Childhood Educators and Assistants, which got less than 5 invites (NOC 4214).

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On a regular basis, the BC PNP will issue invites to people in the registration pool to apply for the programme. The information supplied in registrations is used to construct ITAs. Based on one or more of the following qualities, the information supplied in the registrations will be used to rank, select, and invite persons who are most likely to meet B.C.'s economic and labour market demands:

  1.  Academic achievement – level and area of study, as well as a place of study
  2.  Language abilities
  3.  Occupation
  4.  Years of work experience and degree of expertise
  5.  Job offer wage and/or skill level
  6.  A strong desire to live, work and settle in a certain area.

Strategic priorities are factors that satisfy particular labour market demands in British Columbia or that support government experimental initiatives and activities. It is possible to send invitations to particular persons. Invitations can be modified to meet specific BC government objectives, such as assisting certain economic sectors, increasing regional immigration, supporting strategic pilot initiatives, and ensuring programme integrity.

Candidates who are most likely to satisfy the economic and labour market demands of British Columbia will be ranked, selected, and invited based on the information supplied in their registrations. For the IT worker draw, a minimum score of 85 was necessary, while for healthcare and childcare workers, a minimum score of 60 was required.

The following is a table with the outcomes of the draw:

Date Number of Invitations Category Minimum Score Description

June 7th, 2022

125

Skilled Worker, International Graduate

(Includes EEBC option)

85

Targeted Draw: Tech

 

Date Number of Invitations Category Minimum Score Description

June 7th, 2022

16

 

Skilled Worker, International Graduate

(Includes EEBC option)

60

Targeted draw: Childcare: Early childhood educators and assistants (NOC 4214)

<5

Skilled Worker, International Graduate,

Entry Level and Semi-Skilled

(Includes EEBC option)

60

Targeted draw: Healthcare

So there's excellent news for IT, healthcare and childcare workers interested in PR in Canada since the BC PNP has officially issued an invitation for new IT immigration and other NOC on June 7th, 2022! This programme will enhance current streams for skilled workers, experienced professionals, and entrepreneurs, with a particular emphasis on foreign IT workers.

In Canada's fast-growing IT sector, the Tech Talent Pathway was designed to address labour shortages in essential vocations and healthcare workers. If you wish to apply and satisfy the following qualifying conditions, please contact us right away!