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December 9, 2021

British Columbia PNP draw Invitation issued to 318 eligible candidates

British Columbia PNP draw Invitation issued to 318 eligible candidates: So far British Columbia has issued around 11,000 invitations to the eligible candidates to apply for permanent residency in Canada. Reportedly, these invitations were made at the beginning of this year. British Columbia has issued around 318 invitations in two provincial categories held on December 7, 2021. And these invitations were sent in every two weeks of intervals. In the recent draw held on  December 7, 2021, 318 candidates were sent invitations under two provincial Nominee Programs.

On 7 December, the province held a new British Columbia PNP draw in which 318 immigration candidates are invited. Also, only those candidates who are from Express Entry BC (EEBC) and Skills Immigration (SI) streams of the British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP) must have received invitations in this general draw.

British Columbia PNP Draw Invitation

Mostly, the invitations that were issued were from the subcategories of SI and EEBC streams for the Skilled Worker, International student Graduate, and Entry Level. The minimum scores for that draw ranged between 71 and 100 points. Additionally, the total invited immigration candidates for this draw were a total of 267.

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Another draw was also held under the SI and EEBC categories where the candidates are targeted whose occupations come under the NOC 0621 and NOC 0631. This draw resulted in 51 invitations with a minimum score of 103.

About BC PNP Draw

The aim BC PNP program is to attract those foreign workers who have high demand in B.C. and want permanent residency status in Canada. BC PNP generally follows two immigration streams, one is skills immigration (SI) and another is Express Entry in which both the categories are managed by the Skills Immigration Registration System (SIRS) of British Columbia and also these streams are further divided into subcategories. The candidate will be required to register in the account if applying for SIRS. After completion of registration, candidates will get their scores assigned based on their education, work experience, and language proficiency.

If a candidate receives an invitation then the candidate will get 30 days extra from the invitation date. This timeline is given to submit a complete application through the online system of BC PNP. After the submission, the candidate will get notified about the decision of the province in about two or maybe three months. You will be eligible to apply to IRCC for permanent residency status from the Provincial Nominee Class if the candidate gets the nomination. This said nomination has a validation of approximately six months from the confirmation date. A candidate may receive additional 600 points to their Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) if you are a provincial nominee. Thus, you have a high enough score to get Invitation to Apply (ITA) during the federal Express Entry draw. There is no sign observed in the slowing down of PNP draws and their activities in the year 2021 even at the time of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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