The British Columbia immigration, in its latest draw held on July 12, issued 166 invitations through four categories via the BC PNP.

The BC PNP offers interested candidates three ways to apply for PR. Each pathway is

categorized into several different categories candidates can apply in. Choosing the

category depends on your NOC skill level, work experience, type of job, etc.

The first draw invited 132 skilled workers and international graduates from the BC PNP Tech stream who had scored 78 points and above. The second draw targeted healthcare workers and invited 10 candidates who had a minimum score of 60 points. The third draw targeted the specific NOC 4214 – Early Childhood Educators and issued 22 invites to candidates who scored 60 points and above. The fourth draw was held to target the NOC 3413 with less than 5 candidates invited who had a minimum score of 60 points. The fifth and final draw invited less than 5 candidates under NOCs 3114 and 3213 having a minimum score of 60 points.

The summary of the draws is as follows:

Type of Draw:    No. of Invites issued:     No. of Streams included:              Minimum CRS score required to qualify:

Type of Draw:No. of Invites issued:No. of Streams included:Minimum CRS score required to qualify:
BC PNP Tech draw  132578-130
Draw held for healthcare workers 10160
Draw held for specific NOC 4214 – Early Childhood Educators22160

The BC PNP has the following subcategories:

● SI – Skilled Worker stream

● SI – International Graduate stream

● EEBC – Express Entry BC Skilled Worker stream

● EEBC – Express Entry BC International Graduate stream

For more information, candidates can visit BC PNP ( ) or

contact ICanHelpImmigration Services for a detailed consultation.

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