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BC PNP Invites Immigrants in tech and targeted draws

The British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP) held its weekly round of invites on April 12, 2022. Two draws were conducted targeting the Tech workers and other targeted NOC’s. The categories invited were the Skilled Workers, International Graduates, Entry level and Skilled Workers.

In the tech draw, 124 BC immigration candidates were invited to file for a provincial nomination. While 24 invites were shared for targeted NOC for Childcare: Early childhood educators and assistants (NOC 4214) for subcategories International Graduates and Skilled Workers, 7 other invites were shared for Healthcare professionals under subcategories – Entry Level and Semi Skilled workers, Skilled Workers, International Graduates, and less than 5 invites were shared for Other priority occupations (NOCs 3114, 3213) under subcategory Skilled Workers, International Graduates.

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Invites were granted to individuals who scored a minimum of 87 points to be eligible, and the majority of the invitations were sent out by a tech draw. Candidates in specific occupations needed to score at least 70 points.

The following is a table of data from the mentioned draw:

Date 

Number of Invitations

Category

Minimum Score

Description

April 12, 2022                124

124

Skilled Worker, International Graduate

87

Targeted draw: Tech

April 12, 2022                                      

24

Skilled Worker, International Graduate

70

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

                          

                                                               

7             

Skilled Worker, International Graduate, Entry Level and Semi-Skilled

70

Targeted draw: Healthcare

                                                             

<5

Skilled Worker, International Graduate

70

Targeted draw: Other priority occupations (NOCs 3114, 3213)

During the pandemic, British Columbia sent out separate invitations for these two jobs twice a month. These separate drawings are being held due to the significant number of candidates from specific labour market sectors who have registered in the province's Skills Immigration Registration System (SIRS).

To attract professionals from all over the world, the British Provincial Candidate Program was formed. Skilled immigration and Express Entry are the two well-known streams of the BC PNP.

The pattern of the BC PNP is well-defined. To get started, you must first create an account and complete all of the essential fields. Calculate the focuses by taking into account a range of factors such as age, work experience, and teaching skill, among others.

Before applying to the BC PNP for a Canada migration, you must first apply to Immigration, Refugees, Citizenship, and Immigration Canada (IRCC). Instead of deliberating, fill out Aptech Visa's free online evaluation form.