British Columbia held a new Skills Immigration draw to invite 161 candidates to apply for permanent residence on November 21, 2023.
The third British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program draw invited 161 candidates across Skilled Worker and International Graduate streams. The latest BC PNP draw highlights the continuation of British Columbia’s strategy of inviting more candidates with low CRS scores.
Here are a few highlights of the latest Skills Immigration draw by British Columbia:
- BC PNP Tech draw- 93 ITAs (Cut-off score- 94)
- BC PNP Healthcare draw- 17 ITAs (Cut-off score- 60)
- BC PNP Construction draw- 24 ITAs (Cut-off score- 75)
- BC PNP Childcare draw- 27 ITAs (Cut-off score- 60)
Canada’s diverse immigration pathways help aspiring immigrants find the right program to settle in different provinces for a better life. Provincial Nominee Programs are province-specific immigration pathways to enable individuals to become permanent residents in their favorite provinces.
British Columbia operates multiple streams of British Columbia Provincial Nominee Programs, allowing skilled workers, international graduates, and entrepreneurs to settle in the province by getting an Invitation to Apply for permanent residence.
The provincial immigration programs rank candidates according to factors like age, education, language abilities, adaptability, and work experience. Periodic invitation rounds invite the top-scoring candidates to apply for permanent residence.
Find more about British Columbia’s popular immigration streams. Click here for a free assessment.