Federal draws and Provincial Nomination draws are the answers when you think about how to immigrate to Canada. These days, Canada is showing exemplary enthusiasm and boldness in running immigration programs. These programs are conducted even while taking preventive measures to tackle COVID-19. Lately many Provincial Nomination draws have taken place. British Columbia is one of them.
Through the latest draws, British Columbia has issued 476 new invitations to eligible candidates. They are invited to apply for a provincial nomination. The draws took place on March 30, April 6 and 7.
The April 7 draw was conducted under the British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP)’s Tech Pilot. The tech pilot is a major stream as it brings in skilled tech workers via Canada immigration. The tech pilot helps the province’s technology sector by enabling it to recruit talent through weekly draws.
Candidates selected in that draw came from Skilled Worker and International Graduate subcategories. They required a minimum provincial score of 85 to be eligible for the invite.
The draw of April 6 invited 18 candidates. They were invited via the BC PNP Entrepreneur Immigration stream. The least score required for an invitation was 107 points.
In its March 30 draw, the BC PNP issued invitations to 311 candidates. They were skilled and semi-skilled workers and international graduates. They were invited through the Skills Immigration and Express Entry BC streams. The minimum score required was between 102 and 105 in that round of selection.
Applicants who got an invitation to apply now can submit an application via the BC PNP Online registration system. They have up to 30 calendar days from the date of invitation to do this.
It still stands true that an invitation to apply is in no way a guarantee that the applicants will get approved for a nomination.
Their Canada immigration eligibility is well-defined. If a candidate has to be considered under the BC PNP, he/she must meet certain criteria. The candidate must have a full-time job offer of an indeterminate nature from an employer in British Columbia. The employer must be willing to support them through the application process. If you are looking to Study, Work, Visit, Invest or Migrate to Canada, talk to Y-Axis, the World’s No.1 Immigration & Visa Company.
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