British Columbia PNP

Tech Workers & Entrepreneurs Invited in the Latest B.C. PNP Draw

Published on : December 3, 2020


Key Highlights:

  • B.C. PNP’s First Draw in December
  • Break-Up of Draw Results
  • Entrepreneur Immigration 
  • Skills Immigration & Express Entry BC
  • Frequency of Invitations to Apply


The latest B.C. PNP draw on 1 December invites tech workers and entrepreneurs for permanent residence in the province.

British Columbia’s first provincial immigration draw in December invited candidates under its Tech Pilot and Entrepreneur streams.  

Break-Up of the Draw Results

A total of 11 invitations were issued through the BC PNP Entrepreneur Immigration stream. The minimum score requirement in this category was 121 points.

Entrepreneur Immigration


Date

Stream

Score

Number of

Invitations

December 1, 2020

Entrepreneur Immigration

- Base Category

121

11

 

The BC PNP issued invitations through the Skills Immigration and the Express Entry BC (EEBC) streams. The minimum score acquired by successful candidates in all categories was 80 points.

Skills Immigration & Express Entry BC

Date

Number of 

Invitations

Category

Minimum

Score

Other Considerations





December 1, 2020





68

SI - Skilled Worker

80





Tech Pilot draw

SI - International Graduate

80

EEBC - Skilled Worker

80

EEBC - International Graduate

80

 

The 68 candidates invited under the International Graduate and Skilled Worker subcategories through the BC PNP Tech Pilot program must have job offers in eligible tech occupations to receive a nomination.

Frequency of Invitations to Apply

The ITAs are based upon the annual nomination allocations from IRCC (Canadian Federal Government) and the province’s ability to process applications.

Qualified applicants with valid job offers in critical technological occupations under the BC PNP Tech Pilot scheme are issued weekly invitations. Regular draws for qualified candidates across several professions are conducted based on annual allocation and processing capacity.

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