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British Columbia PNP Latest Draw

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British Columbia PNP Latest Draw

This BC PNP draw took place on 30 May 2023. There are several streams. Below you will find the British Columbia PNP latest draw & minimum cut-off & number of ITA.

The BC PNP draw page will be updated on 30 May 2023.

DateNumber of InvitationsStreamMinimum ScoreDescription
May 30, 2023151Skilled Worker104General draw (includes tech occupations)
  Skilled Worker – EEBC option104 
  International Graduate107 
  International Graduate – EEBC option107 
  Entry Level and Semi-Skilled85 
May 30, 202326Skilled Worker, International Graduate (includes EEBC option)60Targeted draw: Childcare: Early childhood educators and assistants (NOC 42202)
May 30, 202314Skilled Worker, International Graduate (includes EEBC option)60Targeted draw: Healthcare
May 30, 2023<5Skilled Worker, International Graduate (includes EEBC option)60Targeted draw: Other priority occupations (NOCs 31103, 32104)

BC PNP Previous Draw History

Here you can view BC PNP Draw History .

What is the frequency for BC PNP draws?

The frequency of the British Columbia Provincial Nominee (BC PNP), draws can vary depending on a number of factors, including the number of available places (Quota), BC PNP Labour Market Need & Priority, and the candidates’ availability within the registration of interests pool. BC PNP draws take place on a regular basis, usually once a month. However, the frequency can change.

In the past, BC PNP draws were held approximately every two to three weeks. It’s important to remember that the BC PNP Draws are not guaranteed and may change depending on the program and processing capacity.

You can subscribe to the Aptech Visa newsletter or the official BC PNP site for updates on BC PNP draws, program requirements and other information.

How do I get a high score on the BC PNP test?

The BCPNP is divided into different PNP streams and categories, each with its own requirements and scoring system. The BC PNP uses a scoring system called the SIRS. This system assigns points based on factors like qualification, experience, language proficiency, and connections with British Columbia.

The BC PNP has different minimum scores for each draw. It also depends on which category or stream you are in. A higher score will increase your chances of getting an ITA. The score is based on a number of factors. Typically, the top-scoring applicants are invited to apply for each draw.

It is important to remember that meeting the minimum requirement for a score does not guarantee you an invitation to submit a request. To increase your chances of getting an ITA, you must strive to achieve a competitive score.

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