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Latest BC PNP Draws 2020

Invitations to apply

Periodically, we invite the highest scoring registrants in each category to apply to the BC Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP). We then nominate successful applicants to apply to Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) for permanent residence.

 

General information

The number and frequency of invitations to apply is based on annual nomination allocations from the Canadian federal government (IRCC), and our ability to process applications in a timely way.

Under the BC PNP Tech Pilot, we issue weekly invitations to qualified registrants with valid job offers in the key technology occupations. The Tech Pilot draws refer to those invitations. If your occupation is not in the list of key technology occupations, you may still be eligible to apply. We will continue to conduct regular draws for qualified individuals across many different occupations, based on the annual allocation and the program’s processing capacity.

 

View the latest processing times.
Which categories require invitations?

 

We invite registrants in the following categories:
  • Skills Immigration — Skilled Worker
  • Skills Immigration — International Graduate
  • Skills Immigration — Entry Level and Semi-Skilled
  • Express Entry BC — Skilled Worker
  • Express Entry BC — International Graduate
  • Entrepreneur Immigration – Base Category
  • Entrepreneur Immigration – Regional Pilot

HealthCare Professional and International Post-Graduate applicants under the Skills Immigration and Express Entry BC streams do not need an invitation to apply. Please apply directly via BCPNP Online.

 

How many nominations are available?

The number of nominations depends on various program and economic factors, including B.C.’s annual allocation, the B.C. Labour Market Outlook: 2018 Edition, historic BC PNP nomination trends and existing application inventory levels. For 2019, B.C. nominated 6,550.

Program information

For complete program requirements, please refer to:

  • BC PNP Skills Immigration and Express Entry BC Program Guide (PDF, 1MB)
  • BC PNP Entrepreneur Immigration Program Guide (PDF, 1MB)
  • BC PNP Entrepreneur Immigration Regional Pilot Guide (PDF, 1MB)


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