Latest BC PNP Draws: The Province Calls 202 More Candidates!

The May 16th  latest BC PNP draw provides positive news for talented individuals in the priority occupation including tech workers, childcare, and healthcare sectors. There were only 202 invitations to apply in the BC PNP draw. Read the entire news to find out what the minimal score is and how many individuals apply from each sector.

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BC PNP Draw Main Features

This draw issued in May issued a total of 202 Invitations to Apply (ITAs) to eligible Skilled Workers and International Graduates present in the pool.

Date: 16.05.2023

Category 1: General Draw (Includes Tech Occupations)

Category 2: Targeted Draw (Includes Child Care and Healthcare Candidates)

Number of ITAs Issued: 202

Latest CRS Score:  For Targeted draw minimum CRS score is 60 while For General draw minimum CRS score is 85

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About the BC PNP Draw on May 16, 2023

The British Columbia provincial nominee programmes are out on Tuesday. This time, the province is looking for 202 individuals with a variety of skills. More tech workers, as well as childcare and healthcare expertise, are need in British Columbia. According to these results, British Columbia must be in need of additional tech workers. This is great news for foreign nationals who work in the field.

Detailed information About Draw

There are two draws held on 16th May,2023. First one is a general draw and the second one is a Targeted draw. In General Draw BC PNP invites skilled workers with minimum CRS score is 104, International Graduate with minimum CRS score is 107 and entry-level and semi-skilled workers with minimum CRS score is 85.

In the second draw  which is targeted BC PNP invites Skilled Worker, International Graduate (includes EEBC option) from Health Care or Child Care Sectors. 

If you are a foreign national searching for work in Canada and are an expert or professional in the fields of healthcare, technology, or childcare, this could be an excellent time to consider coming to Canada. Immigrating to Canada is not a difficult process, and there are numerous immigration routes available to you. Some of these paths may be more suitable for you than others, so check your eligibility requirements first. You might simply alter your life by going to Canada!

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Khusboo Kumari

Khusboo Kumari

She is a content specialist at TCWW. She has expertise in content writing on various topics including immigration, education and travel.

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