As a part of the periodic draws that British Columbia conducts to invite the highest scoring candidates to apply for British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program, 237 candidates have been invited on 07th May, 2020. The invited candidate who will successfully apply for the provincial nomination will then be nominated to Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) for Canada Immigration
as a permanent resident.
In this draw, below mentioned are the categories that have been invited with the lowest score of the candidate invited –
• SI – Skilled Worker (Minimum Score -102)
• SI – International Graduate (Minimum Score – 106)
• SI – Entry Level and Semi-Skilled (Minimum Score – 83)
• EEBC – Skilled Worker (Minimum Score – 108)
• EEBC – International Graduate (Minimum Score – 106)
Where SI stands for Skilled Immigration and EEBC for Express Entry
The BC PNP Skills Immigration and Express Entry BC streams are designed to fulfil the requirements of high-demand occupations in British Columbia. These are specifically meant for the skilled workers or international graduates with particular skills, education or the experience that is required.
The trend of issuing nomination under BC PNP
depends upon the various programs and economic conditions of the province. Every year, the Government of Canada allocates a limited number of nominations to British Columbia.
Once approved as a provincial nominee, you and your dependent family members can then apply to IRCC to become a permanent resident of Canada in the Provincial Nominee Class. To know if you are eligible to apply for a certain program ad what are the requirements, you must carefully go through the program and take guidance from experts.