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BC PNP’s latest draw invites from Tech, Childcare, and Healthcare!

The BC Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP) issued invitations to candidates in the technology, childcare, and healthcare sectors. The BC PNP is doing this to attract skilled workers who can contribute to the province’s economic growth and development.

It’s exciting news for skilled workers and international graduates looking to immigrate to BC! The latest BC Provincial Nominee Program’s (BC PNP’s) Skills Immigration Draw picked a new batch of nominees.

A total of 155 talented people got invitations to apply (ITAs) in the draw on August 29, 2023. Those selected candidates scored between 60 and 88 on the CRS, putting them one step closer to living and working in lovely British Columbia.

Highlights from the latest BC PNP draw

First category: Tech Draws

Achieving a score of 88 or above can unlock 133 invitations – a significant opportunity that could change your life.

Second category: preschool educators and assistants (NOC 42202)

Don’t miss your chance to get one of 36 exclusive invitations, each requiring a 60 or higher. You can be one of the few who get this coveted invitation.

Third category: Healthcare

Prepare to receive 14 exclusive invitations if your score is 60 or higher! Make sure you don’t miss this amazing opportunity.

If you’re considering moving to British Columbia, you might wonder how often they issue application invitations (ITAs). Well, they do it every week – although there are some exceptions. The number of invites and when they send them depends on how many applications they have in their inventory.

In September, the British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program held a second Skills Immigration draw. Last month, they issued 155 invitations to skilled workers and international graduates with a minimum score of 60 in their Skills Immigration draw. This is pretty exciting news for those looking to move to BC!

You might get invited to apply for Skills Immigration based on any or all of these things.

  • The level and field of your education, plus where you went to school
  • Professional designations that are eligible in B.C.
  • Proficiency in languages
  • Occupation
  • Experience level and duration of employment
  • An offer’s wage and/or skill level
  • An area where you want to live, work, and settle

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