BC PNP draw issued 133 ITAs to apply for Canada PR

British Colum PNP Draw July 5 (1)

Key Aspects of the BC PNP draw:

  • The British Columbia PNP issued 133 invitations to apply on July 5, 2022
  • Candidates willing to migrate to BC, Canada can apply through online system of BCPNP
  • The information given during the registration in BCPNP, ranks, selects, and invites the immigration candidates
  • The Invitations to Apply (ITAs) were issued to different sectors supporting the priorities of British Columbia government
  • Candidates having the minimum score ranging from 60 to 85 were invited
  • All the invited immigration candidates are eligible to apply for Canadian permanent residence

Details of the BC PNP draw held on July 5, 2022

The British Columbia PNP has issued 133 invitations to apply for the candidates who are in the registration pool. This specific invitation to apply  will be based on the available registration information.

The information provided in the registration pool helps to select, rank, and invite immigrants who will encourage the growth of the job market needs and country.

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Detailed information of the BC PNP draw

The British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) issued 133 invitations to apply for the immigration candidates in the registration pool with a minimum score ranging from 60 to 85 on July 5, 2022.

These Invitations to Apply (ITAs) are based on the information that has been provided in the registration pool. All the invited immigration candidates are eligible to apply for Canadian permanent residence.

This is a targeted draw and the candidates belonging to the following job roles were invited:

  • IT sector
  • Early Childcare Educators & Assistants (NOC 4214)
  • Healthcare
  • Veterinarians (NOC 3114)
  • Animal Health Technologists (NOC 3213)

The immigration candidates who are almost sure to meet the labor market and economic needs of British Columbia, based on the following features, were given utmost priority.

  • Language skills
  • Education – field, and level of education
  • Wage and skill level of job offer
  • Intent to live, work and settle in a specific region
  • Strategic priorities – factors that support government pilot projects and initiatives or address specific labor market needs in British Columbia
  • Duration and skill level of work experience
  • Occupation

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The invitations may improve the government priorities of British Columbia, such as supporting a particular business sector, encouraging regional immigration, facilitating strategic pilot projects, and protecting the integrity of the program.

Statistics of the skills Immigration invitations

Date Number of Invitations Category Minimum Score
July 5, 2022
100 Skilled Worker, International Graduate (includes EEBC option) 85
21 Skilled Worker, International Graduate (includes EEBC option) 60
7 Skilled Worker, International Graduate, Entry Level and Semi-Skilled (includes EEBC option) 60
5 Skilled Worker, International Graduate (includes EEBC option) 60

In the previous draw conducted by the British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) issued 182 invitations to apply for the immigration candidates from the registration pool. These Invitations to Apply (ITAs) are based on the information that has been provided in the registration.

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182 invitations to apply were issued through British Columbia PNP

The invitations were issued to the applicants under the categories listed below:

  • Entry Level and Semi-Skilled
  • Entrepreneur Immigration – Base Category
  • Entrepreneur Immigration – Regional Pilot
  • International Graduate
  • Skilled Worker

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*Note: The candidates under International Health Authority and Post-Graduate can submit without the invitation to apply.

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