Latest British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program 2024

The most recent draw for the British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP) occurred on April 16, 2024. Let’s delve into the details of who received invitations and for which streams.

General draw highlights

In the general draw, a total of 39 invitations were sent to various people under various streams. These include the Skilled Worker and International Graduate streams, along with their Express Entry options. Additionally, they includedEntry Level and Semi-Skilled streams.

Cutoff scores

The cutoff score for this draw increased compared to the previous one held on April 3. However, it remained stable for the entry-level and semi-skilled streams.

Special invitations

Notably, 12 invitations were issued to people with experience as early childhood educators’ assistants or instructors (NOC 42202). This highlights the demand for professionals in this field.


Furthermore, only 10 applicants with experience in 25 construction-related occupations were invited. This draw aligns with British Columbia’s initiative introduced in late 2023, targeting specific categories.


Additionally, 18 invitations were extended to profiles with experience in 39 healthcare-related occupations. It highlights the importance of healthcare professionals in the province.

Detailed Breakdown of Invitations

  • Skilled Worker Stream: Minimum score of 132, with 39 invitations issued.
  • Skilled Worker – EEBC Option: Minimum score of 132.
  • International Graduate Stream: Minimum score of 132.
  • International Graduate – EEBC Option: Minimum score of 132.
  • Entry Level and Semi-Skilled Stream: Minimum score of 107.
  • Childcare: Early Childhood Educators and Assistants (NOC 42202): Skilled Worker, International Graduate streams included, with a minimum score of 92 and 12 invitations extended.
  • Targeting 25 Construction Occupations: Minimum score of 97, with 10 invitations issued.
  • Targeting 39 Healthcare Occupations: Minimum score of 97, with 18 invitations extended.
  • Veterinary Care: Minimum score of 80, with fewer than 5 invitations issued.


The April 16 draw of the British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program showcases the province’s ongoing efforts to attract skilled people across various sectors. The invitations range from childcare to healthcare and construction. Contact our professionals from Asif Consulting, as it is quite vital for prospective candidates to stay updated on the evolving criteria and opportunities within the BC PNP.

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