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BC PNP issues 357 invitations in latest PNP Draw

On November 23, British Columbia has invited 357 new applications to apply for provincial nomination.

BC PNP has invited candidates through two draws under its Skills Immigration (SI) and Express Entry BC (EEBC) streams.
Candidates from Skilled Worker, International Graduate, and Entry Level & Semi-Skilled subcategories are invited in the latest draw.

Distribution of BC PNP draw, November 23, 2021

Total Invitations- 357

Draw 1CategoryMinimum SIRS Score
Total Number of Invitations- 99
(only to NOC 0621, NOC 0631)
EEBC- Skilled Worker103
EEBC- International Graduate103
SI- Skilled Worker103
SI- International Graduate103
Draw 2CategoryMinimum SIRS Score
Total Number of Invitations- 258EEBC- Skilled Worker97
EEBC- International Graduate83
SI- Skilled Worker96
SI- International Graduate82
SI- Entry Level & Semi Skilled71
SIRS- Skills Immigration Registration System, NOC- National Occupational Classification, NOC 0621- Retail and Wholesale Trade Manager, NOC 0631- Restaurant and Food Service Manager
bc pnp draw

BC PNP is a pathway for high-demand foreign workers and experienced entrepreneurs to get permanent residency in British Columbia.

Skilled Worker

This category nominates skilled workers from high-demand occupations. The candidate must first accept the job offer from the BC employer and have relevant training and experience. It is a faster way to get permanent residence in British Columbia.

Healthcare Professional

This category nominates physicians, nurses, specialists, & allied health professionals to put up their valuable skills to work in the province and get PR in BC.

Health Match BC provides free health recruitment and placement services which helps to find jobs in different fields with one of the BC’s health authorities.

International Graduate

The candidates with a valid qualification from an eligible Canadian university or college within the last three years are likely to get nominated under this category.

International Post-Graduate

The candidates who wish to complete their advanced studies in BC’s growing technology, healthcare, and applied sciences sectors & have done a graduate degree in the sciences from an eligible BC university or college come under this category.

The candidate must have graduated in the last three years with a master’s or doctoral degree in the natural, applied, or health sciences.

Following Graduate Degree’s are valid under this category:

  • agriculture
  • biological and biomedical sciences
  • computer and information sciences and support services
  • engineering
  • engineering technology
  • health professions and related clinical sciences
  • mathematics and statistics
  • natural resources conservation and research
  • physical sciences
Entry Level and Skilled Migration

It is a pathway for workers in a valid tourism or hospitality, long haul trucking, or food processing occupation to get PR in British Columbia.

About Express Entry Process:

It is an application management system that manages applications for the economic immigration programs of CanadaCanadia Experience ClassFederal Skilled Worker Program, & the Federal Skilled Trades Program are the three programs that use Express Entry. PNP candidates in the Express Entry have already qualified for one of these programs.

Express Entry uses CRS, Comprehensive Ranking System which is a points-based system used to rank the profiles of the candidates. The top-scoring candidates receive an ITA and then they can apply for PR through regular Express Entry draws.

PNP candidates automatically earn 600 points in their score for CRS, Comprehensive Ranking System so they have good chances of getting an Invitation To Apply (ITA) for PR via Express Entry.

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