Are you dreaming of a new life in Canada? The British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP) has once again made this dream a reality in its fifth Skills Immigration draw of October 2023! With over 203 Invitations to Apply (ITAs) issued across various streams, this latest PNP draw has become a game-changer for aspiring immigrants.
BC PNP Latest Draw: A Game-Changer Unveiled
British Columbia has once again made a resounding statement in immigration by hosting back-to-back draws, demonstrating its unwavering commitment to attracting foreign talent.
On the date of October 31, 2023, the British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP) unleashed its latest PNP draw, and the results were nothing short of spectacular. More than 203 lucky candidates were granted the golden ticket to pursue their Canadian dream. This diverse group of individuals fell under the Semi-Skilled, Skilled Worker, and International Graduate Streams, each chosen for their unique skills and qualifications.
BC Fifth Skills Immigration Draw Highlights:
Category 1: General Draw (Including Tech Occupations)
In the general draw, 133 candidates were invited, including those in the tech sector. This draw included five distinct BC PNP streams, targeting skilled workers and international graduates, with minimum scores ranging from 91 to 113 points.
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Date of Draw: 31 October, 2023
Draw Category: BC PNP General (Including Tech Occupations)
Number of Invitations Issued: 133
Streams Invited: Skilled Worker (including EEBC) with a minimum Score of 111; International Graduate (including EEBC) with 113 CRS points; and Entry Level and Semi-Skilled with a score of 91
Category 2: Targeted Draw
Out of the total invitations, more than 70 were allotted in the targeted draw, focusing on skilled workers and international graduates who scored a minimum of 60 points. This draw honed in on specific occupations vital for the province’s growth.
Date of Draw: 31 October, 2023
Draw Category: BC PNP Targeted Draw
Number of Invitations Issued: 70
Minimum Score: 60
Occupations Targeted: 48 Early Childhood Educators (NOC 42202); 22 healthcare workers; and ‘less than 5’ invitations for Other Priority Occupations (NOCs 31003, 32104).
BC PNP Draws In October
Throughout the month of October, BC PNP conducted five draws, extending a warm invitation to a total of 903 candidates for a provincial nomination. The targeted candidates included Entry-level and Semi-skilled Workers, Skilled Workers, and International Graduates
October 24: British Columbia extended 162 Invitations to Apply (ITAs) to candidates in tech, childcare, healthcare, and priority occupations, with scores ranging from 60 to 90.
October 17: In this draw, 157 ITAs were issued, welcoming candidates with scores from 60 to 113, encompassing general applicants, childcare, healthcare, and other priority occupations.
October 11: With a focus on specific skills, 185 foreign skilled workers and graduates received ITAs with a minimum score of 60, across sectors like tech, childcare, healthcare, and priority occupations.
October 4: Kicking off the month, BC PNP invited 191 candidates with scores spanning from 60 to 113, across various streams like Entry Level, Semi-Skilled Workers, Skilled Workers, and International Graduates.
Seize Your Chance: BC PNP’s Pathway to Canada PR Awaits
With this incredible draw activity, BC PNP has made the dream of obtaining Canada PR more accessible to a wide range of skilled individuals. So, whether you’re an IT professional, a healthcare worker, or someone passionate about childcare, British Columbia is calling your name. Don’t miss the chance to become a permanent resident of Canada through the BC PNP. For more information on British Columbia’s latest draw, PR opportunities, and the BC PNP program, stay tuned to our blog section. We’re here to guide you through every step of your journey to Canada.