The latest BCPNP draw was held on the 7th of August. 437 people drifted closer to permanent residency. The virus caused many changes in the day to day activities but it hasn’t been a block in the road when it came to immigration in Canada. The draws are held every now and then and the number of invitations issued by the end of July was similar to the number in 2019. The invitees needed to have a full-time job offer in BC along with meeting the requirement of the CRS score that ranged from 76-98 depending on the subcategory. SIRS is also an integral part of BCPNP which aids in evaluating candidates on different factors. The SIRS is also affected by the job offer, the annual wage, and the location of the job of the candidate.
HIGHLIGHTS OF THE DRAW:
1. There were three subcategories included in the draw ( Skilled worker, International graduate and Entry-level and semi-skilled)
2. The CRS score ranged from 76-98 points depending on the subcategory.
3. All candidates needed to have a full-time job offer with an employer in BC.
437 people just took another step to PR, what are you waiting for?
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