British Columbia invites 271 immigration candidates to apply for a provincial nomination for Canada permanent residence in the latest draw which was held on 16th April 2020.
Some occupations were left out of the recent draw which held on April 16 due to the impact of coronavirus prevention measures on B.C. businesses, according to their official webpage.
The 271 immigration candidates were selected from both the Skilled Immigration and Express Entry BC stream and the provincial score requirement varied depending on which category or subcategory the immigration candidates belonged to.
In Skills Immigration stream, the candidates were invited from the Skilled Worker, International Graduate, and Entry Level and Semi-Skilled sub-categories. The Minimum score requirements were 85 for the Entry Level and Semi-Skilled candidates but the other two sub-categories were required minimum of 100. The Express Entry British Columbia immigration candidates had profiles in the federal Express Entry system where they were invited through the Express Entry BC Skilled Worker and International Graduate sub-categories.
The minimum provincial score requirements in the draw were 105 and 102. Those who received an invitation to apply (ITA) now the candidates have 30 days of English calendar from the day they receive their invitation to submit a complete application to the British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP) for the provincial nomination for Canada permanent residence.