British Columbia PNP draw: 162 candidates invited, nominations offered

British Colum PNP Draw Jun 14

Key aspects

  • A round of invitations to apply for a provincial nomination was held on June 14, 2022
  • 162 invitations were sent to eligible immigration candidates
  • Candidates having a CRS score of 65 to 123 were invited in this draw

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Details of the BCPNP draw

On June 14, 2022, rounds of invitations to apply for a provincial nomination were conducted by British Columbia. In these British Columbia PNP draws, 162 Canada immigration candidates were invited in total. There was one generic draw and other rounds of invitations were targeted toward immigration candidates who were in specific job sectors.

Here’s the summary of the British Columbia PNP draws:

Date

No. of
 Invitations
Category

Min.
 Score

June 14, 2022

138

Skilled Worker

109
Skilled Worker – EEBC option

123

International Graduate

96
International Graduate – EEBC option

106

Entry Level and Semi-Skilled

76

12

Skilled Worker, International Graduate (includes EEBC option) 60
7 Skilled Worker, International Graduate, Entry Level, and Semi-Skilled (includes EEBC option)

60

<5

Skilled Worker, International Graduate (includes EEBC option)

60

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Why migrate to British Columbia?

Here are a few reasons for people to choose British Columbia to migrate to Canada.

  • British Columbia has one of the most prosperous economies in Canada. Vancouver is BC’s commercial hub. A range of enterprises in fields like software development and biotechnology have businesses in Vancouver.
  • British Columbia is an educational hub too. It has 5 private universities and 11 public universities. For advanced studies in a range of disciplines, many of them related to STEM subjects, British Columbia offers top-class educational institutions. There you can do graduation or do diploma courses. The elementary and high schools running on government funding offer students a high-quality education.
  • British Columbia has a universal healthcare system that runs on public funding. So, basic healthcare services are available to Canada PR and Canadian citizens for free.
  • Immigrants make up over a quarter of British Columbia’s population. The province is a melting pot of diverse cultural elements, thanks to the large immigrant population. This makes the social scene in the province vibrant and dynamic.

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