Through the latest draw conducted on May 24, 2017, British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP) sends invitation to 365 candidates. These candidates are now in a position to apply for a provincial nomination certificate. A wide range of international graduates and workers related to five sub-categories has listed through Skills Immigration Registration System (SIRS). Such candidates can now request for a provincial nomination certificate and finally apply for Canadian immigration.
The SIRS refers to a points-based system, which selects and ranks eligible candidates through various sub-categories. After seeking a registration with SIRS, each eligible candidate receives respective points score and enters the specific selection pool with reference to his/her category ( each candidate can seek registration under one category). Candidates receiving top-ranking may obtain ITAs during various draws.
During the latest draw conducted on May 10, 2017, lowest requirement for a minimum score is observed regarding the all five categories. The minimum score for the Express Entry BC settled at 77 points, which is the lowest ever score in the history, with reference to Skilled Worker category. The Candidates who received ITAs through this particular draw are eligible to apply for provincial nomination certificate.