Last Updated Nov 30,2022

BCPNP Declares The Latest Draw With New NOC Pattern, Invited 326+ Candidates




After the changes in the NOC system, the province declared its first draw. The latest draw invited a total of 326+ aspirants. However, the draw pattern remains the same. The draw invited 253 candidates from the General Draw. Whereas, 73+ candidates have received the invitations from the targeted occupation-based draw.

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Latest British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BCPNP) Draw

General Draw

Date Number of


Category Minimum Score Targeted Occupations
November 28, 2022 253 Skilled Worker 105 General draw

(includes tech occupations)

Skilled Worker – EEBC option 105
International Graduate 105
International Graduate – EEBC option 105
Entry Level and Semi-Skilled 82


Occupation Oriented Draw

Date Number of


Category Minimum Score Targeted Occupations
November 28, 2022 08 Skilled Worker, International Graduate (includes EEBC option) 60 Targeted draw: Childcare: Early childhood educators and assistants (NOC 42202)
24 Skilled Worker, International Graduate, Entry Level and Semi-Skilled (includes EEBC option) 60 Targeted draw: Healthcare

(unless listed below)

<5 Entry Level and Semi-Skilled 60 Targeted draw: Healthcare: Healthcare assistants (NOC 33102)
<5 Skilled Worker, International Graduate (includes EEBC option) 60 Targeted draw:

Other priority occupations (NOCs 31103, 32104)

 Change in the NOC Pattern

The current month is proven one of the most important months in the history of Canada Immigration. Because some significant changes have been implemented in this November month. Both Canada PR and Canada Study Visa have benefited from the recent changes declared by the Canadian government and the IRCC. As far as Canada permanent residency programs are concerned, the significant update came on November 16, 2022. A new NOC pattern named TEER has been implemented in the Canada PR process. After the update, all the provinces started to make changes in their draw patterns.

Highlights of  the NOC Changes

  •  provincial nominee program has made the given below changes after the update.
  • The point structure has been revised to retain the experienced people in the province and to support the British Columbian employers.
  • The Economic Mobility Pathways Pilot (EMPP)program is designed to support skilled refugees. With certain changes, the program has been expanded for all the skilled occupations in the regions.
  • The International Post-Graduate stream is extended to include candidates who have done their doctoral graduation and PhD in any field of study.
  • Those university lecturers and professors (NOC 41200) are now eligible for the Skilled Worker Stream who are working in British Columbia’s universities on the contractual term.
  • The points are increased as well for the Human Capital Factors such as education, work experience and language proficiency
  • One of the important parts of the change is NOC Skill Level points have been removed.

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