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    British Columbia Held the Latest Weekly Draw, Invited 174+ Candidates

    Apr 21,2022

    British Columbia Held the Latest Weekly Draw, Invited 174+ Candidates

    British Columbia is the province, which is declaring the constant draws and inviting the migrants frequently. Whatever the situation may be, it does not bother the province to declare the draws. One of the basic reasons for that is the well-organized immigration structure and policies that do not let down the flow of inviting the candidates.

    Yet another weekly draw has been declared by British Columbia on the 19th of April. The draw has invited 174+ candidates from the tech occupations, health occupations, and early childhood educators and assistants’ occupations.

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    Latest British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BCPNP) Draw

    General Draw:

    Date Number of

    Invitations

    Category Minimum Score Targeted Occupations
    April 19, 2022 147 Skilled Worker 110 General draw

    (includes tech occupations)

    Skilled Worker – EEBC option 125
    International Graduate 98
    International Graduate – EEBC option 109
    Entry Level and Semi-Skilled 77

     

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    Occupation Oriented Draw:

    Date Number of

    Invitations

    Category Minimum Score Targeted Occupations
    April 19, 2022 20 Skilled Worker, International Graduate

    (includes EEBC option)

    70 Targeted draw: Childcare: Early childhood educators and assistants (NOC 4214)
    07 Skilled Worker, International Graduate,

    Entry Level and Semi-Skilled

    (includes EEBC option)

    70 Targeted draw: Healthcare
    <5 Skilled Worker, International Graduate

    (includes EEBC option)

    70 Targeted draw: Other priority occupations (NOCs 3114, 3213)

     

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    The Highlights of The Latest British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BCPNP) Draw

    • As per the latest change in the draw pattern, the BCPNP is declaring the draw in two segments.
    • The first draw pattern is known as the general draw and with that, the province has invited 147 candidates. The draw has included the Tech Occupation holders as well.
    • The first draw pattern has invited candidates from the five categories, The Skilled Worker, Skilled Worker – EEBC option, International Graduate, International Graduate – EEBC option, Entry Level and Semi-Skilled
    • The second draw pattern has invited candidates from the healthcare occupations, other priority occupations and early childhood educators and assistants.
    • On the other side, the second draw pattern has invited 27+ candidates from Skilled Worker, International Graduate (includes EEBC option), Skilled Worker, International Graduate, Entry Level and Semi-Skilled (includes EEBC option), Skilled Worker, International Graduate (includes EEBC option).

    Conclusion

    By this BCPNP’s weekly draws the pattern, there are two points-of-views one should need to understand to those candidates would like to move to Canada or obtain a Canadian study visa or Canadian Permanent Residency. First, as a candidate, you should be aware that British Columbia province only invites the candidates, who are in the province, studied in British Columbia, have a job or an experience under any provincial employer. Second, the latest draw pattern of the province is simply targeting the tech-oriented occupations, health occupations and early childhood education. So it is advisable for all the candidates, whether they are looking to Study in Canada or completed or have an open work permit and most importantly working in the above-mentioned occupation, they all should check their profiles for the BCPNP.

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