On November 28th, British Columbia issued new Tech Pilot invitations for a provincial nomination to candidates in the four Express Entry and Skills Immigration categories. A provincial nomination leads to the permanent residency of Canada eventually.
In this draw, 42 invitations were issued to candidates who were registered in the Express Entry B.C. (EEBC) Skilled Worker and International Graduate categories and also candidates in the Skills Immigration Skilled Worker and International Graduate categories. In comparison to last week’s round of invitations, the SIRS score statistics remained unchanged in this draw.
The Tech Pilot is open to eligible candidates with a one-year, full-time job offer in one of the 29 in-demand occupations, specifically in the technology sector.
Express Entry candidates who receive a provincial nomination are awarded an additional 600 points toward their Express Entry ranking score.
Read more at; British Columbia draw held on November 21st
The point breakdown of the invited candidates for the November 28 draw remained as following;
How to apply for BC PNP?
The BC PNP operates through an online portal. All potential Skilled Worker and International Graduates need to submit an online profile and get registered under the Skills Immigration Registration System (SIRS). Candidates are assigned an SIRS score based on their credential evaluations.
Note that the invited candidates will have only 30 calendar days to submit a complete application to the BC PNP and pay the required processing fee.
Find your eligibility:
You can apply for the British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program if you possess the skills and qualifications required by the program. We at Immigration Experts can provide you free assessment, and help in filing your application.
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