British Columbia, one of the highly active provinces in taking immigrants to meet the demands of the province has conducted yet another draw that could meet the imminent needs. British Columbia in its draw held on the 23rd of April issued 157 more invitations to candidates to apply for a provincial nominee program.
British Columbia issued invitations across its five Provincial Nominee Program streams. Candidates were required to have a minimum of 95 points to quality and a minimum of 105 points were required to qualify under the three steams which are the Express Entry Skilled Workers & International Graduates, plus direct provincial international graduates.
The Entry level and semi-skilled workers were expected to have a minimum of 75 points. Individuals who received a provincial nomination from British Columbia gain 600 additional CRS Scores which increases their chances to obtain an Invitation to Apply from the Canadian Government.
The minimum scores for the candidates to be met on the April 23rd Draw are being mentioned below:
- Express Entry British Columbia Skilled Worker – 105
- Express Entry British Columbia International Graduate – 105
- Skills Immigration Skilled Worker – 95
- Skills Immigration International Graduate – 15
- Skills Immigration Entry Level & Semi-Skilled – 75
Individuals who have received an Invitation to Apply should be having a permanent full – time job offer from an employer in the province. Individuals will be assessed based on the Skills Immigration Registration System which is British Columbia’s points system.
British Columbia is giving paramount importance to the demands of the province. It should also be noted that British Columbia has conducted its Tech Pilot Draw recently and issued 71 invitations in this particular draw. If you are looking forward to immigrate to British Columbia, get in touch with our experts and check your eligibility to immigrate for free!