British Columbia continues the invitation of the applicants in the tech pilot category. The latest draw of July 7 invited 57 applicants. It has been one of Canada's most active provinces in the pandemic time and has invited a lot of skilled tech workers.
British Columbia Provincial nomination draw was held on July 7, in which 57 candidates in the Tech Pilot category got invited. The Tech pilot program of the British Columbia province was launched in 2017, and since then, it has been consequential in inviting skilled applicants from the Information Technology (IT) sector and has speed-fast process for foreign tech workers and international students.
To be selected in this category, the applicant should have at least a one-year Job offer in any specified occupation. The job offers allotted to the applicant must have at least 120 days remaining at the time of application.
This draws shortlisted applicants in Skilled Worker and International Graduate categories both. The minimum required Provincial nomination score requirement was 80.
|SI - Skilled Worker||80||EEBC - Skilled Worker||80|
|SI - International Graduate||80||EEBC - International Graduate||80|
In the year 2020, there have been 14 tech pilot draws that have been conducted so far, and the most recent draws before this one were on June 9 and June 23. This year is turning out to be a good year for Tech Pilot Just like 2019 when 33 percent of total immigration in BC was in the tech pilot program only.
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