British Columbia PNP Tech Pilot Issues 28 ITA’s in the Latest Draw

British Columbia immigration has handled its latest weekly draw aiming the British Columbia PNP Tech Pilot which is held on the September 26 draw and recognized 28 applicants invited to apply by the stream. This draw gave importance to immigration for in-demand tech professions.

Skilled worker applicants in both the direct provincial and Express Entry streams need 82 points to pass. Foreign graduates through both streams required a least of 91 points to be invited for Immigration of British Columbia. There were no semi-skilled and entry-level applicants included in the draw.

Details of British Columbia Immigration Draw Held on September 26

Date Category Minimum Score Invitations Issued
26-September-18 (technology only) EEBC – Skilled Worker 82 Total: 28
EEBC – International Graduate 91
SI – Skilled Worker 82
SI – International Graduate 91

The early draw saw Immigration of British Columbia manage its most significant draw of 2018 aiming skilled workers and foreign graduates.

The BC Immigration Draw held on September 19 draw viewed 409 applicants get invitations to appeal, the fourth time the BC province has cracked the 400 number barrier in the current year. Skilled worker applicants below the Express Entry province and straight provincial streams both need at least 82 points.

Foreign graduates under both streams required to score 91 points or higher to pass. Lastly, semi-skilled and entry-level applications need 65 points.

Details of British Columbia Immigration Draw Held on September 19

Date Category Minimum Score Invitations Issued
19-September-18 EEBC – Skilled Worker 82 Total: 409
EEBC – International Graduate 91
SI – Skilled Worker 82
SI – International Graduate 91
SI – Entry Level and Semi-Skilled 65

The British Columbia PNP Tech Pilot has been stretched into 2019 after its first launch in 2017. It presently has a list of 29 target professions with comfortable duration necessities.

British Columbia PNP draws explicitly aimed at technology workers began in May 2017. The BC province has a flourishing technology industry with some great names of the tech world basing themselves in the westernmost province of Canada.

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