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The British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP) recent draw was on July 13, in which 56 immigration candidates were selected in key technology occupations for a provincial nomination. The Invites were issued under the BC PNP Tech, which a pathway under BC PNP.
With this latest draw, there have been 6225 invitations issued so far this year.
The applicants invited through B.C.’s Tech draws were those who had the profile under one of British Columbia’s Express Entry BC and Skills immigration categories. It is pertinent that the applicants need to be registered under the Skills and Immigration Registration System (SIRS). The selected applicants in the draw are from Skilled Worker and International Graduate subcategories; the selection score in the subcategories was set at 80 points.
The selected applicants have 30 days to apply for nomination with proper documents.
The BC PNP Tech Pilot program was launched in May 2017 to help meet the labour market demand in the tech sector. B.C. has emerged as the latest tech hub of Canada, and the demand for technical workers in the province has increased immensely. It is a highly successful program of the province. Therefore, B.C. has recently announced that it would become a permanent program.
It is a fast-track program where the applicants whose technical occupation is in demand can register in one of B.C.’s existing provincial immigration streams and apply for selection. To have a job offer of at least one year in one of 29 eligible occupations is an essential criterion. The occupation should be full-time and from an eligible employer in the province.
The invites are sent every week to the top-scoring applicants who meet the eligibility requirements. The invited appellants need to submit a full profile for evaluation with the complete application. After getting the nomination, the approved candidates can apply for the permanent residence status under Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC).
The provinces have the right to nominate the applicants, and they cannot provide permanent residency status. It is the federal government that allocates the P.R. status to the applicants.
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