Recently, the region of British Columbia re-introduced another immigration option for the Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP). The BC PNPs new Skills Immigration Registration System (SIRS) is a points based scheme that gives aspirants an enlistment score that figures out if they are welcome to apply. Their score depends on various factors that that particular individual’s capacity to succeed in the B.C. work market and add to the region’s economy, for example, education level of the aspirant, years of direct work experience and an employment offer in the British Columbia region.
British Columbia’s technology segment is growing quicker than the general Canadian economy. For some businesses their requirement for skilled workers is vital, particularly in specific industry areas. The new regulations permit employers to hire skilled immigrants rapidly into the province to strengthen business development in the regional industries.
Potentials will need to meet minimum criteria for one of the below mentioned categories under the B.C. PNP scheme:
Moreover, applicants should likewise be qualified for one of the government economic programs keeping in mind the Express Entry scheme: Federal Skilled Worker Program; Federal Skilled Trades Program; and Canadian Experience Class.
The government economics migration programs needs hopefuls to meet a required language capability level and exhibit adequate funds to financially support the candidate and family in Canada. Aspirants qualified under the Federal Skilled Worker Program are likewise required to present the documents of their Educational Credential Assessment.
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Original Source: CICSNews