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British Columbia Issued 195 Invitations In The Latest PNP Draw Held On January 19, 2021

British Columbia Issued 195 Invitations In The Latest PNP Draw Held On January 19, 2021

Posted On: Thu, Jan 21 2021

The province of British Columbia, on January 19, 2021, issued a total of 195 invitations to the candidates who applied under the skilled immigration and express entry categories of British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP) peculiarly skilled workers, international graduate and entry level and semi-skilled workers.

The minimum scores of the invited candidates ranges between 80 and 106. The Express Entry Category of BC PNP is for the candidates who have a valid express entry profiles and moreover, this enhanced stream of BC PNP can help you score additional 600 points towards your CRS scores that in turn spice up the entire game of Canada immigration.

On the other hand, the skilled immigration category is for the skilled and semi-skilled workers whose occupations are in high-demand in the beautiful province of British Columbia. All the two categories of the British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program are managed under British Columbia’s SIRS i.e. Skilled Immigration Registration System.

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Due to the ongoing pandemic, there are certain NOC codes that have been excluded from the occupation list of British Columbia. Have a look at the table mentioned-below to get a profound knowledge about the excluded NOC Codes and the latest BC PNP draw held on January 19, 2021.

BC PNP Draw held on January 19, 2021


Number of Invitations


Minimum Scores

NOC’s Excluded



January 19, 2021




SI – Skilled Worker


The following NOC’s were excluded due to the global pandemic


0621, 0631, 0632, 0651, 3236, 6211, 6311, 6313, 6321, 6322, 6341, 6421, 6511, 6512, 6513, 6521, 6522, 6523, 6524, 6525, 6531, 6532, 6533, 6562, 6564, 6611, 6621, 6711, 6721, 6722, 6731

SI – International Graduate


SI – Entry Level and Semi-Skilled


EEBC – Skilled Worker


EEBC – International Graduate



So, after seeing the latest BC PNP draw, do you wish to get settled in the province permanently? If yes, then it is mandatory to choose the right stream of the BC PNP be it skills immigration or express entry. It is advisable to choose the stream aligned with express entry as it will help you gain 600 additional points towards your CRS scores that in turn will increase your chances of getting an invitation to apply for Canada’s permanent residence and keep you ahead of the curve.

Fill in the free online assessment form and determine if you are eligible to apply for BC PNP or not! Good Luck!


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