Posted on September 29 2021
The Canadian province of British Columbia is well-known for being a hub for skilled and ambitious job seekers in various skilled occupations. The regular BC PNP draws conducted by the province presents an opportunity to qualified and skilled candidates to get a provincial nomination for Canada PR.
On September 28, 2021, British Columbia held a couple of draws conducted by BC PNP to invite 422 immigration candidates in all. They were invited to apply for a provincial nomination from British Columbia.
The first draw was a general one. The second draw focused on candidates working in occupations identified by NOC codes 0631 and 0621. Here’s a summary of the BC PNP draws:
|Date||No. of invitations||Category||Min. Score||Other details|
|September 28, 2021||386||SI - Skilled Worker||90||General draw|
|SI - International Graduate||77|
|SI - Entry Level & Semi-Skilled||69|
|EEBC - Skilled Worker||86|
|EEBC - International Graduate||75|
|September 28, 2021||36||SI - Skilled Worker||105||ITAs issued to NOCs 0621, 0631 only.|
|SI - International Graduate||105|
|EEBC - Skilled Worker||105|
|EEBC - International Graduate||105|
Source credit: https://www.welcomebc.ca
What decides the number, as well as the frequency of invitations issued by BC PNP, is the annual allocations made by IRCC for the province. Another determinant is the capability of the province to process applications in a timely manner.
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