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British Columbia PNP Invites Tech, Childcare, and Healthcare Candidates in Latest Draw

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August 31, 2023

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The BC PNP has five categories for inviting immigrants:

The British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP) held a new Skills Immigration draw on August 29, 2023, inviting a total of 155 Skilled Workers and International Graduates. The minimum CRS score required to be invited in this draw was 60.

The BC PNP has five categories for inviting immigrants:

Skills Immigration: This category includes the Skilled Worker, International Graduate, and Entry-level and Semi-Skilled streams.

Skilled Worker: This stream is for experienced workers with a job offer in British Columbia.

International Graduate: This stream is for recent graduates from a British Columbia post-secondary institution.

Entry-level and Semi-Skilled: This stream is for workers with lower levels of education and experience.

Express Entry BC: This category is for candidates who have already submitted an Expression of Interest (EOI) in the federal Express Entry system.

 

What is the latest British Columbia Draw 29th August ?

  • The BC PNP issued 102 invitations to Skilled Workers and International Graduates in a targeted draw for Tech occupations. The minimum CRS score required was 88.
  • The BC PNP also issued 28 invitations to Skilled Workers and International Graduates in a targeted draw for Childcare occupations. The minimum CRS score required was 60.
  • The BC PNP also issued 20 invitations to Skilled Workers and International Graduates in a targeted draw for Healthcare occupations. The minimum CRS score required was 60.
  • The BC PNP issued less than 5 invitations to Skilled Workers and International Graduates in a targeted draw for Other priority occupations. The minimum CRS score required was 60.

Focused invitations to submit applications for the Skills Immigration streams might consider a combination of the subsequent aspects

 

  • Educational background – both the area of study and the level of education, as well as the location where the education was obtained.
  • Qualifications recognized by the province of British Columbia.
  • Proficiency in language.
  • Chosen occupation.
  • Extent and level of professional experience.
  • Compensation and/or proficiency level linked to the job offer.
  • Commitment to residing, working, and establishing oneself in a particular region.
  • Strategic priorities – elements aligned with specific labor market requirements within British Columbia or in support of governmental experimental projects and endeavors.

 

The latest BC PNP draw showcases the province’s foresight in recognizing the value of skilled professionals in the technology, childcare, and healthcare sectors. By extending invitations to candidates in these fields, British Columbia not only addresses immediate labor shortages but also positions itself as a forward-thinking destination for individuals seeking to make a positive impact. As the province continues to welcome new talent, it strengthens its position on the global stage and reinforces its commitment to a prosperous and inclusive future.

 

Are you eager to make Canada your new home and embark on an exciting chapter of your life? Look no further than SPS Canada Immigration – your trusted partner in turning your Canadian dreams into reality.

 

 


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