In the latest draw held on 6th August 2019, British Columbia province has invited a total of 238 candidates for provincial nomination to apply for Canadian PR. Invitations were issued through a provincial nominee program to candidates under different BC PNP Skills Immigration and Express Entry BC streams, including:
Refer the table below to have a look at the details of 6th August BC PNP Draw:
|Date||Category||Minimum Score Required||Number of ITAs Issued|
|August 6, 2019||EEBC – Skilled Worker||104||238|
|EEBC – International Graduate||105|
|SI – Skilled Worker||100|
|SI – International Graduate||105|
|SI – Entry Level and Semi-Skilled||80|
A detailed allocation of Invitations to Apply (ITAs) as per different BC PNP categories is not shared by the government of British Columbia.
The minimum score requirement for this latest British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program draw was between 80 to 105 points. The lowest CRS score requirements of 80 and 100 points are recorded for SI – Entry Level and Semi-Skilled and SI – Skilled Worker, respectively. While, for EEBC – Skilled Worker, it was 104 points and for both EEBC – Skilled Worker and SI – International Graduate, it was 105 points.
The BC Provincial Nominee Program offers 3 ways to an applicant to become a permanent resident in the province. Each pathway has different streams/categories under which you can apply, depending on your NOC skill level, international student status or job status.
Following are the three key pathways:
All the categories under BC PNP are managed by the Skills Immigration Registration System of the province. In order to be eligible to apply via the SIRS, candidates have to register themselves, after which they are ranked as per the scores obtained by them on the basis of factors like age, education, language proficiency, work experience, etc.
Candidates who score highest points are invited to apply for a provincial nomination whenever the province holds its next periodic draw.
All the categories which are managed by the SIRS require a candidate to have an employment offer from any British Columbia s employer.
Candidates who are invited via Express Entry BC: International Graduate and the Express Entry BC: Skilled Worker categories are also eligible to obtain 600 additional CRS points and are assured of receiving an Invitation to Apply (ITA) in the upcoming federal Express Entry draw, only if they get their provincial nomination.
Check: Which PNPs Are Currently Open In 2019?
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