The British Columbia PNP has discharged its most recent draw on March 30, 2020. The outcome of this draw was 311 invitations to apply for the Skill Immigration (SI) and Express Entry BC (EEBC) streams.
The all outnumber of selections relies upon different migration programs and on economic variables of welcoming talented specialists abroad.
Recipients of this latest draw were drawn from two significant classifications as earlier mentioned.
The two classes – Express Entry BC and Skills Immigration – expect potential immigrants or applicants, in general, to enroll online through BC’s Skills Immigration Registration System [SIRS]
Skills Immigration (SI) Stream
Under the Skills Immigration Category, both gifted labourers and International graduates are invited with a base point’s score of 102.
The general points are determined based on key choice factors, for example, your present age, educational qualification, language capability capacity scores, masterminded livelihoods and other pertinent elements.
Express Entry BC (EEBC) Stream
Under this stream, talented labourers are welcomed with a base migration point score of 105 while global graduates are welcomed with at any rate 102 migration points. In any case, candidates with higher points score are given the first need for British Columbia provincial nomination.
Applicants fruitful in getting PNP designation can additionally apply to Immigration, Refugee and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) for Canadian permanent residency.
Skilled applicants interested in British Columbia-PNP need to submit a profile to either stream. Choice applicants are then granted extra 600 migration points which automatically guarantees an applicant a spot to become a permanent resident of Canada.
It is important to note that, the COVID-19 and it’s spread are not standing in the way of online applications.