British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program hosted the single largest draw since the Covid-19 by inviting total of 314 eligible candidates comprising of skilled professionals, Semi-skilled professionals and International Graduates. It is also the second largest BC PNP draw in the year 2020 and this upward graph denotes that Canada is coming back on track from the Covid-19 grip. It is a clear sign that more and more applicants will be selected in the upcoming draws of BC and will be rewarded additional CRS points of 600. Along with the BC PNP Tech Pilot program, BC PNP is gearing up to welcome maximum skilled professionals to revive the economic recession in the country.
Below is the points score under the British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program latest draw:
- Minimum selection points for Candidates under SI - Skilled Worker - 98
- Minimum selection points for candidates under SI - International Graduate - 100
- Minimum selection points for SI – Entry Level and Semi-Skilled - 79
- Minimum selection points for EEBC - Skilled Worker - 98
- Minimum selection points for EEBC - International Graduate - 100
Upon comparing with the previous draw, the invitations has been increased by 38 and Comprehensive Ranking System minimum Scores have been declining drastically by each draw. All these factors tell us only one story that British Columbia is in need of skilled professionals more than ever before.
To receive the Canada PNP invitation through the EEBC, candidates must submit their application under both the federal Express Entry system and B.C.’s Skills Immigration Registration System (SIRS).