British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP) held two new PNP draws on June 08, inviting a total of 373 immigration candidates for provincial nomination.
Since February this year, the province has been conducting two draws together: one inviting candidates from a general pool, and the other targeting a specific occupational group of immigration candidates.
All the 373 invitations invited in the June 08 PNP draws went to the Skilled Worker, International Graduate as well as Entry Level and Semi-Skilled sub-categories of Skills Immigration and Express Entry BC streams.
Out of the invited candidates, the first draw issued 323 invitations to candidates having minimum scores ranging between 76 and 93 points and any work experience in any occupation recognized by the province.
The occupation-specific draw targeted retail and wholesale trade managers as well as restaurant and foodservice managers, NOC 0621 or NOC 0631 respectively. A total of 50 invitations were issued to candidates with a minimum score of 110.
All these invited candidates have 30 days to submit a complete application through the BC PNP online system. With this draw, British Columbia has now issued a total of 5249 invitations through various BC PNP streams.
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How To Receive Provincial Nominations from BC PNP?
British Columbia offers excellent work opportunities for foreign workers. The provincial program is well-designed to serve the interests of immigrants by providing a chance to apply for permanent residency in a quick time.
By means of two provincial streams: Skills Immigration and Express Entry BC, the province fulfills its labor demand. The province issues provincial nominations under the stream to all eligible candidates who had earlier shown their interest in settling in the province. As permanent residency remains to be under the exclusive authority of the federal government, the provincial nomination can at best fast forward the application time usually required to receive permanent residency.
To receive provincial nomination under BC PNP, any candidates must first register under B.C.’s Skills Immigration Registration System (SIRS). Candidates are further assigned a score based on factors such as education, work experience, and language skills and ranked accordingly.
The weekly draw invites the highest-scoring candidates from each sub-category to apply for a provincial nomination. June 08 BC PNP draw required candidates to have a minimum provincial score between 76 and 93 points.
The nomination is valid for approximately six months from the date of confirmation. Upon a successful provincial nomination, you’re eligible to receive an additional 600 points under the CRS. This score is high enough to qualify for any Express Entry draw to receive an Invitation to Apply (ITA) for permanent residence.
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