Canada Invites Express Entry, Skilled Workers & Entrepreneur
British Columbia publishes 187 Express Entry, Skills Immigration and Entrepreneur in the final draw
After the last draw, the British Columbia Nominations Program sent one hundred and eighty-seven invitations. Those who have received these invitations are now on the verge of obtaining permanent resident status in Canada, but not before moving on to the next step. The next step is to apply for permanent residence in five categories: Skills, Immigration and Express Entry, British Columbia.
Express Entry, Immigration Skills and Entrepreneur Invitations
It is still unclear how many of these invitations were sent to qualified immigrant applicants for skilled workers, international graduates, and entry-level and semi-skilled cohorts. Several invitations were also sent to qualified workers and international graduates of Express Entry British Columbia (EEBC), although the exact number is not specified.
In addition, twenty other candidates were invited by the British Columbia Provincial Nominating Program. This cohort of entrepreneurs must register through the BC PNP core category of its business flow.
Candidates for quick access
Applicants who already have profiles in the federal Express Entry system may also be considered in the British Columbia Entry Express categories. The federal Express Entry system manages skilled worker applications for federal economic programs in Canada. Applications generally fall under the federal, federal and Canadian economic immigration categories.
Candidates nominated for express entry
Express registered candidates who are lucky enough to receive an application will get 600 points for the score of the complete ranking system. The more points you accumulate as a candidate, the better your CRS score and the better your chances of elusive permanent resident status in Canada.
What is the extended classification system?
The complete classification system is the classification model used by immigration, refugees and Canadian citizenship to select candidates for permanent admission to Canada. Recognized as very competitive, he ranks the candidates according to the points awarded, the candidates with the highest number of points passing the next step. Selected candidates then receive ITAs or invitations to apply.
Applications from Skills Immigration candidates who have received these applications are treated differently from the Federal Express Entry system.
How can foreigners register via BC PNP
Persons from other countries who wish to obtain permanent resident status through the Immigration Skills Option or the EEBC must create an online profile with the British Columbia Candidate Program, also known as the name of BCPP, followed by registration with the Immigration Jurisdiction System (SIRS). ).
The registration system for immigration skills
The Skills Immigration Registration System is the system used by the BC PNP to assess applicants for permanent residence. The points are awarded to candidates based on criteria such as their training, work, experience and ability to speak English or French, as well as the complete ranking system.
Earn a full-time job
The other factor that influences the suitability of a candidate is a job. Those who have registered in the Skills Immigration and Express Entry categories British Columbia and who already have a full-time job in British Columbia have the advantage and have a better chance than those who do not. It is advisable to look for an approved job offer.