EE BC PNP

The BC Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP) has been in place since 2001 as an economic immigration Program for people who want to permanently settle in BC, providing a path for experienced foreign workers and entrepreneurs to move. After being nominated by the BC province and passing the health and safety check of the federal government immigration office, the applicant and the children of his/her spouse can obtain the Canadian permanent residence visa and get the PR card.

Currently, the Skills Immigration program of the BC nomination program is mainly divided into Skilled Worker program and Unskilled Worker program.

What is EEBC?


Due to the implementation of immigration fast-track by the Canadian federal immigration agency in 2015, some Canadian provinces have also launched the corresponding Express Entry(EE) provincial nomination (PNP) program, which is suitable for international students and skilled workers. In other words, there is a special EE provincial nomination program to add bonus points for applicants, and applicants can get 600 bonus points in the selection system. It's a faster way for qualified skilled workers to gain permanent residency in British Columbia.
 

Skilled Worker

-Language ability: CLB4 or above

- Work experience: minimum two years of directly related full-time (or full-time equivalent) work experience in the skilled occupation that has been offered to you
-Have indeterminate, full-time job offer from an eligible B.C. employer at a wage that meets industry standards

-Meet minimum income requirements

Entry and Semi-Skilled Worker

-Language ability: CLB4 or above

-Education: completion of secondary education and any licensing or certification required for your job

-Work experience: working full-time (at least an average of 30 hours a week, year round) with the B.C. employer supporting your BC PNP application in any ELSS-eligible occupation for at least nine consecutive months immediately prior to registering to the BC PNP.

-Have indeterminate, full-time employment from an eligible B.C. employer, in an eligible NOC C or D occupation, at a wage that meets industry standards

-Meet minimum income requirements

Requirements of Employers

-Be established as an employer in good standing in B.C. And must have one of the following business structures:

1. incorporated or extra-provincially registered

 2. registered as a limited liability partnership in B.C.

3. an eligible public sector or non-profit employer


-Have indeterminate, full-time employees

1. If your employer is located within the Greater Vancouver Regional District, your employer must have at least five indeterminate, full-time employees (or full-time equivalents) in B.C.

2. If your employer is located outside of the Greater Vancouver Regional District, your employer must have at least three indeterminate, full-time employees (or full-time equivalents) in B.C.

-Have a history of good workplace and business practices

-Sign an employer declaration

-Meet domestic labour market recruitment requirements

-A job offer for a full-time, indeterminate* position

-Offer a market wage rate that meets industry standards

 

Skilled Worker

 

Unskilled Worker

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