British Columbia Invite 72 IT Workers In New PNP Draw
Overall, 72 invitations were issued through the British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP) tech pilot on 6 October.
Those applicants are in the Skilled Worker and International Graduate subcategories, including both the Express Entry BC (EEBC) and Skills immigration streams. They all were entitled to the latest invitation round.
The minimum count required for the applicants in both the subcategories is 80, which indicates no change in the score from every tech draw, which took place in the mid of June.
British Columbia weekly retains some of the tech pilot’s draws, which helps all the applicants who have the job offers in the 29 different eligible occupations. They all are entitled to be invited for the provincial nomination program. This took place in 2017. The main objective of this tech pilot draw is to help the B.C. The technology sector recruits I.T. workers to help them in satisfying their current labor market needs.
If you want to get elected under the Tech pilot draws. The applicants need to register under any one of the BC.’s existing provincial immigration streams, and they should have a valid job offer for the 12 months in any one of the pilot eligible occupations.
In order to register under the Skills Immigration and Express Entry BC categories, firstly, candidates need to create the profile through the BC PNP’s online portal. Then they must be registering under the Skills Immigration Registration System (SIRS).
Candidates must have estimated and provided some of the scores based on some of the factors such as level of education, work experience, proficiency in English, and employment location.
Suppose any of the nominees or contestants get selected. In that case, they can use his provincial nomination to apply for Canada PR through the Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada under the provincial nominee class.
Those candidates who got nominated from the express entry will be getting 600 additional points through their Express Entry Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score. They are efficiently guaranteed for the invitation to apply (ITA) for further federal express entry draws.
B.C. retains through its various PNP categories and streams every week. In recent weeks, the province has issued 450 provincial nominations invitations for their most massive draw in this year.
September has proved to be the busiest month for the British Columbia as they have held a total of seven draws for their various PNP categories and streams and have invited more than 1430 immigration candidates.