B.C. invites 100 candidates in new PNP draw
The British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program invited candidates from 4 skilled worker immigration sub-categories and 2 entrepreneur program categories
British Columbia invited 100 total immigration candidates to apply for a provincial nomination for permanent home on October 20.Latest BC PNP Draw.
The British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP) issued a total of 80 invitations throughout the Express Entry BC (EEBC) and Skills Immigration streams. Candidates were encouraged under the Skilled Worker and Global Graduate subcategories.
The minimum required score for successful applicants was 80 across a variety of categories.
In addition, 20 individuals were invited under B.C.’s Entrepreneur Immigration program. Nominees needed a minimal score of 122 under the Base Category and 109 beneath the Regional Pilot.
B.C. holds draws via its various PNP classes and streams on a weekly basis. The biggest BC PNP draw of the year issued 450 provincial nomination invitations on September 29.
British Columbia holds weekly Tech Pilot draws by which candidates with job offers in 29 qualified jobs are encouraged to apply for a provincial nomination. Launched in 2017, the purpose of the Tech Pilot is to assist B.C.’s technology sector recruit IT workers to help manage current labor market requirements.
So as to be considered eligible under the Tech Pilot, applicants have to be registered in one of B.C.’s existing provincial immigration streams and have a valid job offer of at least 12 months in among their Tech Pilot’s qualified occupations.
To apply for the Skills Immigration or Express Entry BC groups candidates must first create a profile via the BC PNP’s internet portal and register under its Skills Immigration Registration System (SIRS).
Applicants are assessed and issued a score based on factors such as level of education, work experience, proficiency in English and area of employment. Latest BC PNP Draw.
If an applicant is approved, they can then utilize their provincial nomination to submit an application for permanent home with Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada below the Provincial Nominee Program.
Express Entry applicants that get a nomination out of British Columbia is going to receive an additional 600 points toward their Express Entry Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score and are effectively guaranteed that an Invitation To Employ (ITA) in a future national Express Entry draw.
The hottest Express Entry attracts was among the the largest ever, encouraging 4,500 candidates to apply for permanent residence.
Meanwhile, the Entrepreneur Immigration — Base Category is for entrepreneurs who are seasoned and will start a business or take over an existing one in B.C.
The Regional Pilot aims to attract entrepreneurs in participating areas of the province so as to promote economic growth.
ο Reference taken from CIC News
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