Study Overseas Process

Sign up for free

expert consultation

Down Arrow

I accept the Terms & Conditions

Personalized Services
Don't know what to do?

Get Free Counseling

Posted on July 20 2022

BC PNP draw cuts the path for 170 candidates to obtain Canada PR

profile-image
By  Editor
Updated July 25 2023

Highlights of BC PNP draw:

  • A BC PNP draw was held on July 19, 2022.
  • 170 Canada immigration candidates were invited and offered a provincial nomination.
  • The candidates invited included those in specific industries like tech and healthcare.

On July 19, 2022, a BC PNP draw was held in which 170 candidates were invited to apply for a provincial nomination. If the candidates accepted the invitation and received provincial nomination, they will get an assured chance to apply for a Canada PR visa in a federal immigration draw.

Here are the details of the provincial draw:

Date Number of Invitations Category Minimum Score Description
July 19, 2022
139 Skilled Worker, International Graduate (Includes EEBC option) 85 Targeted draw: Tech
18 Skilled Worker, International Graduate (includes EEBC option) 60 Targeted draw: Childcare: Early childhood educators and assistants (NOC 4214)
8 Skilled Worker, International Graduate, Entry Level and Semi-Skilled (includes EEBC option) 60 Targeted draw: Healthcare
5 Entrepreneur Immigration - Regional Pilot 111

The need for skilled workers in BC PNP

British Columbia has a rapidly growing economy. The province is hence in need of a large number of skilled and experienced workers. This requirement is largely met by immigrants who find the best job opportunities in this province. The Skilled worker category of BC PNP helps workers in sectors like management, professional, trade, technical, or any other skilled occupation to become permanent residents.

A future for tech workers in British Columbia

The BC PNP tech stream offers skilled workers in the tech industry the opportunity to find a pathway to get permanent residency in Canada. They get to enter into in-demand occupations in areas where local talent is not sufficiently available.

In fact, BC PNP isn’t a separate category for immigration. Instead, it’s a group of administrative measures enabling deserving tech workers from overseas to enter Canada through British Columbia.

The opportunity for Canada PR for international graduates via BC PNP

British Columbia offers even international graduates the opportunity to access Canadian permanent residency. Persons who have completed graduation from a Canadian college or university within the last 3 years may get their hands on the chance to become Canada PR visa holders. In case they want to utilize the Express Entry BC option, these international graduates must have an IRCC Express Entry profile number as well as a job seeker validation code.

How entrepreneurs find British Columbia a great destination to migrate?

Foreign entrepreneurs can use BC PNP’s Entrepreneur Immigration (EI) to establish their business in British Columbia and stay on. The EI stream is meant for international entrepreneurs who want to immigrate to British Columbia to establish their businesses. These businesses support economic growth and innovation in the province.

EI is a “temporary to permanent” pathway for Canada immigration. That means that if you get approval, you will arrive in British Columbia as a temporary resident. Moving on, they can apply to stay in the province permanently after successfully starting a business there.

If you are willing to migrate to Canada, talk to Y-Axis, the leading immigration and career consultant in the UAE.

If you find this blog engaging, you may also like:

Canada is the only country to have three cities in the top ten – Global Livability Index (GLI) 2022

Tags:

BC PNP

canada immigration

Canada PR visa

Share

Y-Axis Services

Personalized Services

Get it on your mobile

Personalized Services

Get News alerts

Personalized Services

Contact Y-Axis

Latest Article

Popular Post

Trending Article

LMIA

Posted On June 14 2024

Canada issued more than 60,000 LMIAs in 2023