BCPNP draw invited 215 immigration candidates on March 29

British Colum PNP Draw Mar 29-1 (1)

British Columbia sends invitations at regular intervals through British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program, and on March 29, 215 invitations have been sent. The invitations have been sent to the people who are available in the registration pool to send applications for invitations to apply.


  • 215 candidates invited through BCPNP
  • Minimum ranking score is between 75 and 87
  • Invitations sent on March 29

Information available in the registration will be used for selecting, ranking, and inviting the candidates who are able to meet the needs of the BC economic and labor market. Following attributes are needed in the candidate to fulfill the needs.

  • Education
  • Language skills
  • Occupation
  • Work experience duration and skill level
  • Wage
  • Skill level of job offer
  • Intention of settling and living in a particular area

Reasons behind sending invitations

British Columbia sends invitations for providing support to the government of British Columbia. Immigrants have to [provide support to business sectors, providing encouragement to regional immigration, providing facilities to strategic pilot projects, and keep a check on integrity of the program.

Eligibility criteria

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Details of the draw

The table below will provide the details of the draw:

Date Number of


Category Minimum


March 29, 2022 161 Skilled Worker, International Graduate 87 Targeted draw: Tech
12 Skilled Worker, International Graduate, 75 Targeted draw: Healthcare
Entry Level and Semi-Skilled
37 Skilled Worker, International Graduate 75 Targeted draw: Childcare: Early childhood educators and assistants (NOC 4214)
5 Skilled Worker, International Graduate 75 Targeted draw: Other priority occupations (NOCs 3114, 3213)


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