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    Latest British Columbia PNP Draw, Invited 188+ Candidates

    Apr 08,2022

    British Columbia PNP Draw

    One of the most beautiful, promising, and amazing provinces, British Columbia has declared April month’s first PNP Draw. As per the latest trend, British Columbia immigration has invited candidates from two different draws. The draw has picked up more than 188 candidates, who have registered their profiles in the pool.

    Highlights Of the Latest British Columbia PNP Draw

    As per the latest update, BC PNP is now focusing on other occupations codes as well. In the last month, they have changed their strategy of invitations. Here are some of the key points of the recent draw and the current provincial nomination trend.

    The latest draws are segregated into two different segments.

    • The first draw has been declared under the general criteria, which is included tech occupations.
    • The second draw is targeting the candidates from selective occupations such as,
      • Healthcare occupations,
      • Childcare: Early childhood educators and assistants (NOC 4214)
      • Healthcare: Health care assistants (NOC 3413),
      • Other priority occupations (NOCs 3114, 3213)

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    The first General draw (Including Tech Occupations) is invited 131 candidates from the five categories

    • Skilled Worker
    • Skilled Worker – EEBC option
    • International Graduate
    • International Graduate – EEBC option
    • Entry Level and Semi-Skilled
    • *(Complete bifurcations of the draw are given in the table below)

    On the other end, the second draw is invited health-oriented candidates and early childhood candidates from four categories.

    • Skilled Worker, International Graduate
    • Skilled Worker, International Graduate, Entry Level, and Semi-Skilled (for health-related occupations)
    • Entry Level and Semi-Skilled (target the NOC 3413 only)
    • Skilled Worker, International Graduate (target the NOCs 3114, 3213 only)
    • *(Complete bifurcations of the draw are given in the table below)

    On March 14, 2022, the BC PNP has announced the second draw for the month. In this draw, the province has changed their invitation strategy. They shifted their focus to health-oriented occupations and early childhood educators. Additionally, they have merged the tech occupations with the general draws.

    • Previously, the British Columbia Provincial Nomination Program targeted the occupations like 0621 – Retail and wholesale trade managers and 0631 – Restaurant and food service managers.
    • Moreover, they used to declare separate draws under the Tech draw stream.

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    First General Draw:

    Date Number of

    Invitations

    Category Minimum Score Targeted Occupations
    April 5, 2022 131 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

    Click here to find the full occupation list of Tech occupations

     

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    Second General Draw:

    Date Number of

    Invitations

    Category Minimum Score Targeted Occupations
    April 5, 2022 43 Skilled Worker, International Graduate 70 Targeted draw: Childcare: Early childhood educators and assistants (NOC 4214)
    14 Skilled Worker, International Graduate,
    Entry Level and Semi-Skilled
    70 Targeted draw: Healthcare 
    <5 Entry Level and Semi-Skilled 70 Targeted draw: Healthcare: Health care assistants (NOC 3413)
    <5 Skilled Worker, International Graduate 70 Targeted draw: (NOCs 3114, 3213)

    Click here to find the full occupation list of Healthcare occupations

     

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    Conclusion

    As per the changing scenario in Canada Immigration, more and more provinces are changing their nomination strategies as well. BC PNP has also smelled the change and started targeting the health worker. As far as British Columbia has concerned, this modification will benefit more those candidates, who are holding temporary residency and would like to move to British Columbia on a study visa or post-study work visa or looking for Permanent Residency in Canada.