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The province of British Columbia invited new skilled immigration candidates


The province of British Columbia invited new skilled immigration candidates

The British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program is one of the most popular provincial nominee programs in Canada. It allows the province to nominate skilled workers and graduates who meet the local labour market needs.


The government of British Columbia issued new invitations under the British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BCPNP) and invited qualified Skills Immigration candidates on July 12, 2022. In the general draw, the province invited 132 candidates. The number of points scored by the candidates invited in this draw were between 78-130 points.


British Columbia also invited 22 candidates under the childcare-targeted draw for early childhood educators (NOC 4214). In the Healthcare-targeted draw, BC invited 10 candidates. Less than 5 invitations have been issued for healthcare assistants (NOC 3413) and other priority occupations (NOCs 3114, 3213).


In total, the province invited up to 174 candidates. In 2022 alone, British Columbia has already issued 4,747 invitations.


Skills Immigration candidates

Skills Immigration candidates

British Columbia has been actively recruiting skilled immigrants in an effort to meet labour shortages in the province. If you are interested in immigrating to British Columbia, you may now be able to receive an invitation to apply through the Skills Immigration Registration System.


To be eligible, you must first create an account and complete a profile in the Skills Immigration Registration System. You will then be placed in a pool of candidates and will be ranked against others in your category. If you are one of the highest-ranked candidates, you may receive an invitation to apply.


Please note that you must have a valid job offer from a British Columbia employer in order to be eligible for the Skilled Worker category. If you receive an invitation to apply, you will have 90 days to submit your application.


22 candidates invited under the childcare-targeted draw for early childhood educators (NOC 4214)


The British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP) has invited 22 candidates under the childcare-targeted draw for early childhood educators (NOC 4214). The targeted occupation list is reviewed and updated regularly in order to reflect the changing needs of British Columbia's labour market.


The candidates who have been invited under this targeted draw will now be able to apply for a provincial nomination from BC PNP. This will give them a much faster path to permanent residency in Canada. You may also want to consider applying for other provincial nominee programs in Canada, as many of them have been known to target early childhood educators in their draws.


10 candidates invited in the Healthcare-targeted draw

10 candidates invited in the Healthcare-targeted draw

British Columbia has been busy in the past few weeks! They've just announced their July 12, 2022 draw, which was also focused on Healthcare professionals. 10 candidates were invited to apply during this round, and the process is now open for those who received an invitation.


If you're interested in applying for skilled immigration to British Columbia, now is the time to do it. The process is open and there are opportunities available. Get in touch with a professional immigration consultant today to find out more.

The province of British Columbia is located on the west coast of Canada, and is known for its natural beauty. It's a popular destination for immigrants, and has a lot to offer in terms of lifestyle and opportunities. If you're skilled in the healthcare sector, you may be able to take advantage of the current situation and move to BC.


The BCPNP will help the province attract and retain skilled workers in a wide range of occupations who can contribute to the economy and help fill labour shortages. It is also intended to make it easier for international students and graduates of British Columbia institutions to stay and work in the province after completing their studies. The province has also recently launched a new website to help immigrants better understand the process and requirements for immigrating to British Columbia. Overall, the new system is good news for skilled workers who are interested in making a new life in beautiful British Columbia.


British Columbia has invited new skilled immigration candidates through its latest draw. If you are interested in applying for a skilled immigration program in British Columbia, contact us at Mesidor Canadian Immigration Services to discuss your options!







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