On March 01, 2022, British Columbia held PNP draw and invited 136 tech workers through the provincial nominee program.
Highlights of British Columbia tech draw
- 136 immigrants are invited through BCPNP draw
- Candidates should have a minimum score of 85 points
- Streams in which immigrants are invited are International Graduate and Skilled Worker
- BCPNP is a path to get permanent residency in Canada
BCPNP tech draw details
|Date||Number of Invitations||Category||Minimum Score|
|March-01-2022||136||SI – Skilled Worker||85|
|SI – International Graduate||85|
|EEBC – Skilled Worker||85|
|EEBC – International Graduate||85|
Eligibility criteria for BCPNP tech draw
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About BCPNP tech draw
BCPNP tech draw was introduced in May 2017 in the form of a pilot project. The draw was introduced due to a labor market study which tells that inviting talents to British Columbia is a big issue. Later, British Columbia made it a permanent program to invite talent from different countries.
Invitations through this draw are sent to those candidates who are top scorers and meet all the requirements for eligibility. The invited candidates have to submit a complete application, and it takes around two to three months for the processing of these applications.
In the case of approval of the application, nomination confirmation is sent to the candidates, and they can apply for permanent residence under the PNP program. PNP candidates have the option of earning 600 points, and this helps them to get the ITA.
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