British Columbia PNP draws on May 24, 2022, has 137 candidates invited

British Colum PNP Draw May 24 (1)

News highlights:

  • Targeted British Columbia PNP draws held on Mar 24, 2022.
  • In all, 137 Canada immigration candidates were invited.
  • British Columbia regularly invites skilled and qualified candidates to work in the province through its Canada PNP

On May 24, 2022, British Columbia PNP draws were held, through which the province invited deserving and skilled immigration candidates in different categories. This draw involved tech candidates and candidates related to the healthcare industry.

Here are the details of the draw:

Date No. of
 Invitations
Category Min.
 Score
Description
May 24, 2022 115 Skilled Worker, International Graduate
(Includes EEBC option)
85 Targeted draw: Tech
11 Skilled Worker, International Graduate
(Includes EEBC option)
60 Targeted draw: Childcare: Early childhood educators and assistants (NOC 4214)
11 Skilled Worker, International Graduate,
Entry Level and Semi-Skilled
(Includes EEBC option)
60 Targeted draw: Healthcare

British Columbia satisfies its requirements for skilled workers to fill jobs in the province’s labor market through British Columbia PNP draws.

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About British Columbia PNP tech draws

BC PNP Tech is a provincial immigration program under British Columbia PNP. This category of PNP immigration program provides employers in the technology field the continued ability to conduct recruitment and retention of international tech talent in occupations related to technology. This is applicable when skilled workers are not available locally.

For international students and in-demand foreign workers, this stream offers a pathway to Canada PR. They immigrate to the province and help grow the provincial economy while simultaneously building a great life in British Columbia.

As per statistics, British Columbia PNP Tech has facilitated over 6,000 tech workers to get nominations for Canada PR ever since it was launched in May 2017. BC PNP Tech helps ensure that the province can keep on attracting and retaining the talent required to sustain and grow the province’s technology sector.

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