Last PNP Draws: Ontario and British Columbia
We visited some Provincial Nominee Program’s websites to explore which provinces have been active in inviting immigrants. These are the last PNP draws of the week: Ontario and British Columbia.
On September 22, the Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP) issued 72 invitations to apply to candidates who may qualify for the Employer Job Offer: In-Demand Skills stream. Of course, these candidates had profiles in the new Expression of Interest (EOI).
The OINP targeted 7 candidates registered for the Regional Immigration Pilot. In addition, Ontario held a separate draw and targeted 65 candidates under this stream with work experience in the national occupational codes (NOC) below:
- Health and agricultural occupations: NOC 3413, 4412, 8431, 8432, 8611, and 9462.
- Also, manufacturing (outside the GTA only): NOC 9411, 9416, 9417, 9418, 9421, 9422, 9437, 9446, 9461, 9523, 9526, 9536, and 9537.
On September 21, British Columbia invited 74 tech workers to apply for a provincial nomination. This time, the invitations were issued through the BC PNP Tech, which is a stream under the British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP).
The BC PNP Tech offers a pathway to permanent residence for foreign tech workers who have job offers in one of 29 eligible occupations in British Columbia. The offer must be for a minimum of 1 year, and there must be at least 120 days remaining at the time of application.
|Date||Number of Invitations||Category||Minimum Score||Other
|74||Skilled Worker – SI
International Graduate – SI
Skilled Worker – EEBC
International Graduate – EEBC
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