Posted on September 08 2022
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The Provincial Nominee Program of British Columbia sent out 374 ITAs to the immigration candidates on September 7, 2022. The individuals who have been invited must have a required score ranging between 60-95 points.
· The BC PNP issued 374 Invitations to Apply (ITAs) on September 7, 2022, to the immigration candidates who must have a minimum score ranging between 60-95 points.
· The main purpose of immigration to Canada is to attract a high number of foreign nationals looking to apply for permanent residence under the British Columbia PNP draw.
· The Invitations to Apply (ITAs) are usually decided with the help of the information provided in the registration application.
· This information assists in selecting, ranking, and inviting the candidates willing to migrate to Canada, to specifically meet the needs of the country’s economy.
· The overseas applicants invited from the registration pool, are also provided the eligibility to apply for Canada PR.
|Date||Number of Invitations||Category||Minimum Score||Description|
September 7, 2022
Targeted draw: Regional (includes tech occupations)*
|Skilled Worker - EEBC option||95|
|International Graduate - EEBC option||87|
|Entry Level and Semi Skilled||71|
|8||Skilled Worker, International Graduate (includes EEBC option)||60||Targeted draw: Regional, Childcare: Early childhood educators and assistants (NOC 4214)|
|<5||Skilled Worker, International Graduate, Entry Level and Semi-Skilled (includes EEBC option)||60||Targeted draw: Regional, Healthcare|
The overseas candidates were invited under four streams mentioned below:
The British Columbia PNP draw invited 270 candidates on September 7, 2022, with a minimum score ranging between 60 to 95 points.
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