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BC PNP conducts separate draws for Tech Workers and Targeted NOC’S.

On April 26, 2022, the British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP) held its weekly round of invites. Two draws were held, one for tech professionals and the other for other targeted NOCs. Skilled Workers, International Graduates, Entry Level, and Skilled Workers were among those invited.

112 BC immigration aspirants were invited to apply for a provincial nomination in the tech draw. While 23 invites were shared for the targeted NOC for Childcare: Early Childhood Educators and Assistants (NOC 4214) under the subcategories International Graduates and Skilled Workers, 8 other invites were shared for Healthcare professionals under the subcategories Entry Level and Semi Skilled Workers, Skilled Workers, International Graduates, and 5 invites were shared for Other priority occupations (NOCs 3114, 3213) under the subcategories Skilled Workers, International Graduates.

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Individuals who received a minimum of 85 points were eligible for invites, and the majority of the invitations were distributed via a tech draw. At least 65 points were required for candidates in particular jobs.

A table of data from the above-mentioned draw is as follows:

Date Number of Invitations Category Minimum Score Description
April 26, 2022 112 Skilled Worker, International Graduate (Including EEBC options) 87 Targeted draw: Tech


Date Number of Invitations Category Minimum Score Description
April 26, 2022 23 Skilled Worker, International Graduate (Including EEBC option) 65 Targeted draw: Childcare: Early childhood educators and assistants (NOC 4214)
8 Skilled Worker, International Graduate, Entry Level and Semi- Skilled (Including EEBC option) 65 Targeted draw: Healthcare
5 Skilled Worker, International Graduate 65 Targeted draw: Other priority occupations (NOCs 3114, 3213)


British Columbia put out separate invitations for these two jobs twice a month during the outbreak. Because of the large number of candidates from specific labour market sectors who have registered in the province's Skills Immigration Registration System, several separate lotteries are being held (SIRS).

The British Provincial Candidate Program was established to attract professionals from all across the world.

The BC PNP has a well-defined pattern. To begin, you must first create an account and fill out all of the required fields. Calculate the points by considering a variety of characteristics including age, work experience, and teaching ability, among others.

You must first apply to IRCC before applying to the BC PNP for a Canada migration. Fill in the Aptech Visa's free online evaluation form and find out all you need to know .