31 Aralık 2020 Perşembe

British Columbia Invites 58 Immigrants in its Tech Pilot Category

The province of British Columbia in Canada issues 58 invitations in its latest tech pilot draw.

The last draw was held on the December 29 under the British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program’s (BCPNP) tech pilot category.

Foreign workers having job offer from BC employers operating in the province’s technology industry are invited for a provincial nomination through weekly draws.

Candidates invited in the last draw were from skilled worker and international graduate subcategories under the skills immigration and express entry BC streams of BCPNP.

In order to be selected by the BC PNP, candidates have to create a profile on its point-based system called skills immigration registration (SIRS). On SIRS each candidate are awarded points according to their factors including level of education, work experience and having a BC employment offer.

Those received an invitation from the province have only 30 days to complete their application on BC PNP SIRS system. After completion, candidate will be nominated by the province. Foreign workers who are nominated by any province can apply for permanent residence application to the federal governmet.

If you are interested in applying for immigration to Canada please send us your professional Resumé and your IELTS language test score if you have.

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Murat Kandemir, December 31, 2020  

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