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British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program

The BCPNP (British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program) is the program used by the government of British Columbia to choose the immigration candidates to nominate to the Canadian government to become permanent residents of the province, and contribute to grow the economy.

The BCPNP is one of Canada’s PNPs. With 10 different immigration streams, the program is very diverse, with two categories for skilled workers and international graduates in Canada and post-graduates in British Columbia: Express Entry BC and Skills Immigration, and an extra one for entrepreneurs.

How It Works

The BC-PNP is one of the most varied of all the PNPs, with two broad streams for workers and graduates — Express Entry BC and Skills Immigration — plus an additional stream for entrepreneurs.

These streams are further divided into various categories. Some BC-PNP categories are aligned with Canada’s federal Express Entry immigration selection system. Successful applicants under one of these categories obtain 600 additional Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) points and an Invitation to Apply (ITA) for permanent residence at a subsequent draw from the pool.

Furthermore, some BC-PNP categories are managed under a unique system, known as the Skills Immigration Registration System (SIRS). Under the SIRS, potential applicants are first required to register a profile and provide some personal information relating to their job offer in BC, work experience, language ability, and level of education.

The SIRS works on an Expression of Interest / Invitation to Apply basis, whereby registered candidates are assigned a score (out of 200), and the BC government conducts periodic draws in which candidates who meet the cut-off threshold for their category in that draw are invited to apply for a provincial nomination.

Though some BC-PNP categories require applicants to have a job offer from a BC employer, certain categories managed outside the SIRS do not require applicants to have a job offer.

The BC-PNP also offers a Tech Pilot program, introduced in 2017, whereby tech and IT workers may immigrate to BC and obtain Canadian permanent residence.

In-Demand NOC Occupations Lists

British Columbia (BC PNP) has a particular stream, called BC Tech Pilot, that targets IT and Technology skilled workers, and allows candidates to benefit from quicker processing times. However, a job offer in one of the following in-demand occupations is needed:

  • NOC 0131 - Telecommunication carriers managers
  • NOC 0213 - Computer and information systems managers
  • NOC 0512 - Managers - publishing, motion pictures, broadcasting and performing arts
  • NOC 2131 - Civil engineers
  • NOC 2132 - Mechanical engineers
  • NOC 2133 - Electrical and electronics engineers
  • NOC 2134 - Chemical engineers
  • NOC 2147 - Computer engineers (except software engineers and designers)
  • NOC 2171 - Information systems analysts and consultants
  • NOC 2172 - Database analysts and data administrators
  • NOC 2173 - Software engineers and designers
  • NOC 2174 - Computer programmers and interactive media developers
  • NOC 2175 - Web designers and developers
  • NOC 2221 - Biological technologists and technicians
  • NOC 2241 - Electrical and electronics engineering technologists and technicians
  • NOC 2242 - Electronic service technicians (household and business equipment)
  • NOC 2243 - Industrial instrument technicians and mechanics
  • NOC 2281 - Computer network technicians
  • NOC 2282 - User support technicians
  • NOC 2283 - Information systems testing technicians
  • NOC 5121 - Authors and writers
  • NOC 5122 - Editors
  • NOC 5125 - Translators, terminologists and interpreters
  • NOC 5224 - Broadcast technicians
  • NOC 5225 - Audio and video recording technicians
  • NOC 5226 - Other technical and co-ordinating occupations in motion pictures, broadcasting and the performing arts
  • NOC 5227 - Support occupations in motion pictures, broadcasting, photography and the performing arts
  • NOC 5241 - Graphic designers and illustrators
  • NOC 6221 - Technical sales specialists - wholesale trade

 

Link : https://www.welcomebc.ca/Immigrate-to-B-C/B-C-Provincial-Nominee-Program


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