Latest BC PNP Draw

On May 28, 2024, British Columbia held its most recent Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) draw has been occurred. In this recent BC PNP draw, the province has issued over 66 invitations to apply (ITAs) for permanent residency. They have targeted both general and targeted rounds of invitations.

Regular and Targeted Draws

British Columbia has been conducting weekly draws with continuation. In the new trend, we can see a decrease in the number of invitations and an increase in the cutoff scores.

In the most recent draw, only 35 invitations were sent out under:

  • The BC PNP Draw Skilled Worker
  • International Graduate streams,
  • The Express Entry options. 

The cutoff score for these categories remained the same. However, it increased by 3 points for the Express Entry & Semi-Skilled streams compared to the previous draw on May 14.

Specific Invitations

  • Early Childhood Educators and Assistants: 11 invitations were issued to those with experience in this field (NOC 42202).
  • Construction Occupations: Another 11 invitations were sent to individuals with experience in 25 construction-related jobs.
  • Healthcare Occupations: 9 invitations went to candidates with experience in 39 healthcare-related roles.

Detailed Draw Information

Here’s a breakdown of the draw details:

General Draw:

  • Skilled Worker, Skilled Worker – Express Entry BC (EEBC) Option, International Graduate, International Graduate – EEBC Option: Minimum score of 131 with 35 invitations.
  • Express Entry & Semi-Skilled: Minimum score of 110.

Targeted Draws:

  • Early Childhood Educators and Assistants (NOC 42202): Minimum score of 93; 11 invitations.
  • 25 Construction Occupations: Minimum score of 93; 11 invitations.
  • 39 Healthcare Occupations: Minimum score of 100; 9 invitations.
  • Veterinary Care: Minimum score of 80; fewer than 5 invitations.

Comparison with Previous Draw

The draw on May 22, 2024, has issued invitations as follows:

  • Early Childhood Educators and Assistants (NOC 42202): Minimum score of 93; fewer than 5 invitations.
  • 25 Construction Occupations: Minimum score of 93; 9 invitations.
  • 39 Healthcare Occupations: Minimum score of 100; 10 invitations.
  • 35 Tech Occupations: Minimum score of 122; 50 invitations.
  • Veterinary Care: Minimum score of 80; 3 invitations.

Conclusion

British Columbia’s PNP draws focus on targeted occupations and evolving every other day. BC PNP maintains a high standard for applicants. The latest BC PNP draws reflect the province’s ongoing commitment towards skilled workers to fulfill its labor market. Stay tuned with Asif Consulting for further information on evolving BC PNP Draw.

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