British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program
British Columbia provincial nominee program gave a sum of 277 solicitations to candidates in the skilled immigration and express entry categories. This was the result of the most recent draw held by the British Columbia territory on the 15th of October.
The base cut-off score for both the Skilled Immigration and Express Entry classifications for this most recent BC draw ran somewhere in the range of 80 and 102.
Categories and Sub-Categories
The British Columbia Express Entry category is partitioned into two sub-classes. These are the International graduate category and the skilled worker category.
Similarly, there are three sub-classifications under the Skills Immigration class in British Columbia. They are the International graduate category, Entry Level and semi-skilled category as well as the skilled worker category.
Candidates who have an Expression of Interest in the Express Entry Pool may apply under the Express Entry BC sub-class. Effective candidates who get a common selection have an extra 600 points added to their CRS score in the express entry Pool.
When applying under any skills Immigration classification, an applicant needs to make a different profile with the online arrangement of the British Columbia provincial nominee program (BC PNP).
British Columbia PNP utilizes the SIRS, which is a points-based framework to assess enlisted competitors. SIRS scores applicants on variables like training, language abilities, work involvement, and so on., according to CIC News.
Welcomed applicants under the Express Entry and Skills Immigration classes must have a permanent, full-time employment proposition from British Columbia.
The base score for every classification differs for this BC latest draw as seen below.
While the cut-off for entry-level and semi-skilled was 80, that of the international graduate was 99.
EEBC skilled labourer and EEBC international graduate remained at 102. Skilled specialist classification, however, sat at 94 least cut off score.