British Columbia invited immigration candidates under its Tech Pilot in a latest provincial draw.
B.C. invited 81 tech workers in new PNP draw
British Columbia invited immigration candidates for a provincial nomination for permanent residency.
The British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP) invited 81 tech workers through the Express Entry BC and Skills Immigration.
The interested candidates were invited under the International Graduates and Skilled Worker via the BC PNP Tech Pilot. They need to have a job offer from a reputed employer in an eligible occupation to receive the nomination.
The minimum required score for this draw is 80.
One has to apply through the BC PNP`s online portal, and register under its SIRS- Skills Immigration Registration System.
Candidates are assessed based on different factors such an age, qualification, educational credentials, language ability test.
If the applicant is approved, they will receive an Invitation to Apply (ITA) for permanent residency.
The Tech Pilot came into existence in 2017 intending to improve the technological or industrial sector of the province. British Columbia has a reputation for maintaining good tech expertise to attract new tech workers.
The British Columbia continues to hold draws for graduates and workers in non-tech occupations in the province.
ding the visa process or abroad immigration, you are free to call us or drop us a mail. You can also fill the online Technical Evaluation Form to receive a callback or have a word with our experts.
For more such information, stay connected with CN Immigration Services.