EEBC INTERNATIONAL GRADUATE или Skills Immigration BC PNP Канада


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Новая балльная система для иммиграции в Британскую Колумбию, Канада.

18 февраля 2020 г.

Британская Колумбия (Канада) внедрила новую балльную систему для иммигрантов по программе British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP) – Skills Immigration Registration Systems (SIRS). Новая система действует по системе Invitation to Apply (приглашение на подачу заявления) и гарантирует получение приглашения на подачу заявления на ПМЖ кандидатам с необходимым количеством баллов. Заявитель бесплатно регистрируется в системе SIRS и получает баллы, после чего его заявление попадает в пул одной из выбранных им категорий, где оно может находиться сроком до 12 месяцев.

Категории для системы SIRS.

Регистрация в SIRS обязательна для некоторых категорий BC PNP, указанных ниже:

  • Программа Skills Immigration – Skilled Worker (Квалифицированный работник).
  • Skills Immigration – International Graduate (Выпускник иностранных ВУЗов).
  • Skills Immigration – Entry Level and Semi-Skilled (Низкоквалифицированные и среднеквалифицированные сотрудники).
  • Skills Immigration – Northeast Pilot Project (Северо-восточный пилотный проект).
  • Программа Express Entry – Skilled Worker.
  • Express Entry – International Graduate.

Кандидатам следующих категорий не нужно регистрироваться в SIRS и могут сразу подавать заявку на BC PNP:

  • Skills Immigration — Health Care Professional (Работник сферы здравоохранения).
  • Skills Immigration – International Post-Graduate (Выпускник магистратуры иностранных ВУЗов).
  • Express Entry – Health Care Professional.
  • Express Entry – International Post-Graduate.

Калькулятор баллов

Для того чтобы узнать, сколько баллов кандидат может получить, IT специалисты создали калькулятор SIRS. Максимальное количество баллов – 200, которые можно получить за трудовой фактор, экономический фактор, опыт работы и образование. Кандидаты, получившие необходимое число баллов, получают приглашение на подачу заявления.

Почему SIRS?

«Иммиграция в Британскую Колумбию набирает обороты. Нам необходимо было создать систему, которая упростит и ускорит этот процесс», — сказала министр Ширли Бонд.

«Огромным плюсом системы SIRS является то, что кандидаты знают, сколько баллов они должны получить, в отличие от Express Entry. Провинция предлагает рабочие места, и их количество возрастет к 2020. Поэтому нужна система, с помощью которой станет возможным получить job offer не только высококвалифицированным сотрудникам», — заявил прокурор Дэвид Коэн.

British Columbia Skills Immigration: International Graduate

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The Skills Immigration International Graduate category of the British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP) provides individuals who graduated from a university or college in Canada, and who also have a job offer in BC, with the opportunity to obtain permanent resident status in Canada.

BC PNP Skills Immigration – International Graduate draw history

Date Minimum points required Notes
Nov 12 100
Nov 5 90 Tech pilot draw
Oct 29 100
Oct 22 90 Tech pilot draw
Oct 15 99
Oct 8 90 Tech pilot draw
Oct 1 97
Sept 24 90 Tech pilot draw
Sept 17 97
Sept 10 90 Tech pilot draw
Sept 3 98
Aug 27 90 Tech pilot draw
Aug 20 100
Aug 13 90 Tech pilot draw
Aug 6 105
July 30 90 Tech pilot draw
July 23 105
July 16 90 Tech pilot draw
July 9 105
July 2 90 Tech pilot draw
June 25 90 Tech pilot draw
June 18 100
June 11 90 Tech pilot draw
June 4 100
May 28 90 Tech pilot draw
May 21 100
May 14 90 Tech pilot draw
May 7 105
Apr 30 90 Tech pilot draw
Apr 23 105
Apr 16 90 Tech pilot draw
Apr 9 105
Apr 2 100 Tech pilot draw
Mar 26 100
Mar 19 97 Tech pilot draw
Mar 12 97 Tech pilot draw
Mar 5 97
Feb 26 94 Tech pilot draw
Feb 19 94 Tech pilot draw
Feb 12 94
Feb 5 95 Tech pilot draw
Jan 30 95
Jan 23 95 Tech pilot draw
Jan 16 95
Jan 9 95 Tech pilot draw
Jan 2, 2020 95
Dec 19 95
Dec 12 95 Tech pilot draw
Dec 5 95
Nov 28 90 Tech pilot draw
Nov 21 90 Tech pilot draw
Nov 14 90
Nov 7 90 Tech pilot draw
Oct 31 90
Oct 24 91 Tech pilot draw
Oct 17 91
Oct 10 91 Tech pilot draw
Oct 3 91
Sept 26 91 Tech pilot draw
Sept 19 91
Sept 12 91 Tech pilot draw
Sept 5 91
Aug 29 91 Tech pilot draw
Aug 22 91
Aug 15 91 Tech pilot draw
Aug 8 91
Aug 1 91 Tech pilot draw
July 25 91
July 18 96 Tech pilot draw
July 11 96
July 4 96 Tech pilot draw
June 27 96
June 20 96 Tech pilot draw
June 13 96
June 6 95 Tech pilot draw
May 30 95
May 23 92 Tech pilot draw
May 16 92
May 9 91 Tech pilot draw
May 2 91
Apr 25 84 Tech pilot draw
Apr 18 84
Apr 84 Tech pilot draw
Apr 4 84
Mar 28 77 Tech pilot draw
Mar 21 105
Feb 28 77 Includes Mar 7 and Mar 14 tech-only draws
Feb 14 75 Includes Feb 21 tech-only draw
Jan 31 70 Includes Feb 7 tech-only draw
Jan 17 70 Includes Jan 24 tech-only draw
Jan 3, 2020 70 Includes Jan 10 tech-only draw
Dec 20, 2020 75
Dec 6 75 Includes Dec 13 tech-only draw
Nov 22 67 Includes Nov 29 tech-only draw
Nov 8 67 Includes Nov 15 tech-only draw
Oct 25 67 Includes Nov 1 tech-only draw
Oct 11 67 Includes Oct 18 tech-only draw
Sep 27 67 Includes Oct 4 tech-only draw
Sep 13 67 Includes Sep 20 tech-only draw
Aug 31 69 Includes Sep 6 tech-only draw
Aug 16 70 Includes Aug 23 tech-only draw
Aug 2 75 Includes Aug 9 tech-only draw
July 19 80 Includes Jul 26 tech-only draw
Jun 27 80 Includes Jul 5 and Jul 12 tech-only draws
Jun 7 72 Includes Jun 14 and Jun 21 tech-only draws
May 24 75 Includes May 31 tech-only draw
May 10 80 Includes May 17 tech-only draw
Apr 19 80
Apr 5 70
Mar 22 70
Mar 8 70
Feb 23 70
Feb 17 85
Feb 3 90

To qualify for this category, candidates must:

  • have accepted a full-time, permanent job offer in a skilled position (National Occupational Classification 0, A or B) from an employer in BC;
  • for NOC skill level B occupations (trades and technical occupations), meet minimum language requirements;
  • qualify to work in the job offered;
  • have a wage offer in line with BC wage rates for the occupation;
  • have completed a degree, diploma, or certificate from an eligible post-secondary institution in Canada in the past three years;
  • show they can support themselves and their dependents; and
  • have, or be eligible for, legal immigration status in Canada.

The employer must:

  • be established as an employer in good standing in BC;
  • provide full-time, indeterminate (permanent or with no set end date) employment;
  • have a history of good workplace and business practices;
  • sign an employer declaration;
  • meet domestic labour market recruitment requirements, where applicable; and
  • offer a wage in line with industry standards.

Note: your study program in Canada does not necessarily need to have been based in BC. If you studied in another province, you may still be eligible for the Skills Immigration International Graduate category of the BC PNP.

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Applications are managed under the Skills Immigration Registration System, or SIRS, a unique system used by the BC PNP to rank and select candidates who have the ability to settle permanently in the province. Under this system, eligible candidates must first register a profile. Upon registration, candidates are assigned a score based on a combination of factors, including the details of the job offer, as well as human capital factors relating to work experience, language ability, and level of education.

The system operates on an Expression of Interest / Invitation to Apply basis, whereby the BC PNP conducts periodic draws and invites the highest-ranked candidates to apply for provincial nomination. Though the cut-off threshold may fluctuate from draw to draw, Skills Immigration International Graduate candidates are guaranteed an invitation if they have at least 105 points (out of a possible 200). Actual cut-off thresholds have gone significantly below that threshold, however, so there is a chance of being invited to apply with fewer than 105 points.

The BC PNP Skills Immigration Skilled Worker category is not aligned with the federal Express Entry management system.

Want to immigrate to BC, but faster?

See our BC PNP Express Entry International Graduate page to find out if you are eligible under this category. The criteria is much the same, but the application for permanent residence (after you receive a provincial nomination) is given priority processing.

Language requirements

You may have noticed under the eligibility requirements above that only those candidates with a job offer in a technical or trade occupation are required to prove language ability. For these candidates, a minimum of Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) 4 is required across the four abilities: listening, speaking, reading, and writing.

This, of course, means that candidates with a job offer in a management or professional position (NOC 0 or A) are not required to prove language ability in order to register. However, it should be noted that a significant number of points are available for language ability under the SIRS — up to 30, out of a possible 200. Therefore, even though these candidates may not need to prove language ability to enter the SIRS pool, they would nonetheless be well advised to do so. This is particularly the case if the candidate’s SIRS score does not reach the minimum score required for recent draws under this category.

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БРИТАНСКАЯ КОЛУМБИЯ. ИММИГРАЦИОННЫЙ РАУНД 30 МАЯ.

В последнем иммиграционном раунде провинции Британская Колумбия, который прошел 30 мая, в общей сложности 175 специалистов и иностранных выпускников получили приглашение подать заявку на номинацию от провинции в рамках провинциальной программы Британской Колумбии ( BC PNP ) Express Entry BC: Skilled Worker and Express Entry BC: International Graduate. Все категории BC PNP управляются в рамках системы BC’s Skills Immigration Registration System (SIRS) . Чтобы подать заявку через SIRS, кандидаты, имеющие право на участие, обязаны зарегистрироваться, после чего им присваивается оценка на основе их данных по экономическому и человеческому капиталу. Кандидаты с самыми высокими баллами приглашаются для подачи заявки. Категории, управляемые в рамках SIRS, требуют от кандидатов предложения от работодателя в BC.

BC PNP: Skills Immigration Registration System (SIRS)

The Skills Immigration Registration System (SIRS) is a dynamic intake management system that allows British Columbia to prioritize candidates for provincial nomination to the province.

The SIRS is a points-based system that helps the British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP), one of Canada’s Provincial Nominee Programs, prioritize candidates who demonstrate the required skills to support the province’s economic growth. This page will cover the following:

SIRS Calculator

By answering a few simple questions, you can find out what your score might be if you were to register under the SIRS.

How does the SIRS work?

To apply for most BC PNP immigration categories, potential candidates must first register for free to the SIRS by completing all sections of the online registration. An offer of indeterminate, full-time employment* from a B.C. employer is necessary before registering to the SIRS.

Candidates may proceed with the registration if they and their employer meet the program requirements and the employer is prepared to support the application process. Once registration is complete, a candidate is assigned a registration score based on an assessment of the offer of employment, location in B.C., education, language ability and wage.

By registering to the SIRS, candidates are making an expression of interest to apply to the BC PNP for a provincial nomination; they are not yet applying for permanent residence.

A candidate’s registration score determines whether or not a candidate will be issued an invitation to apply for a provincial nomination. Periodically, the BC PNP conducts draws to invite the highest-scoring registrants under each category to apply for a provincial nomination.

Please note the following BC PNP categories do not require candidates to register to the SIRS . Individuals interested in applying to these categories may apply directly via BC PNP Online.

A registration into the SIRS is not an application to the BC PNP or a guarantee that a candidate will be invited to apply.

If a candidate is invited to submit an application to the BC PNP, he or she will then be asked to pay a fee as part of the online application process.

The BC PNP reserves the right to make changes to the SIRS without prior notice, including changes to the scoring grids, the length of time a registration can remain in the selection pool, and the number and frequency of invitations to apply issued.

A candidate’s registration will be assessed according to the scoring factors applicable at the time of submission.

*Candidates considered under the BC PNP Tech Pilot are exempt from the “indeterminate job offer» requirement. Learn more on the BC PNP Tech Pilot page.

SIRS Scoring

The factors outlined below determine the number of points allocated to a candidate who has registered under SIRS. If and when a candidate is invited to apply, all the information provided in the registration will be verified against the information provided in the application.

Scoring Sections Maximum Points
Skill Level of the B.C. Job Offer 60
Wage of the B.C. Job Offer 50
Regional District of Employment 10
Directly Related Work Experience 25
Highest Level of Education 25
Language 30
Total Points Available 200

Economic Factors

1. Skill level of the job offer

Skill Level of the B.C. Job Offer Points
NOC Skill Level A (including Skill Type 0) 25
NOC Skill Level B 10
NOC Skill Level C 5
NOC Skill Level D 5
Bonus points:
Occupation is a “00” NOC 15
10
Currently working in B.C. for the employer in occupation identified in the BC PNP registration 10
Maximum Score Available 60

2) Annual wage of the B.C. job offer

Annual Wage of the B.C. Job Offer Points
$100,000 and above 50
$97,500 to $99,999 38
$95,000 to $97,499 37
$92,500 to $94,999 36
$90,000 to $92,499 35
$87,500 to $89,999 34
$85,000 to $87,499 33
$82,500 to $84,999 32
$80,000 to $82,499 31
$77,500 to $79,999 30
$75,000 to $77,499 29
$72,500 to $74,999 28
$70,000 to $72,499 27
$67,500 to $69,999 26
$65,000 to $67,499 25
$62,500 to $64,999 24
$60,000 to $62,499 23
$57,500 to $59,999 22
$55,000 to $57,499 21
$52,500 to $54,999 20
$50,000 to $52,499 19
$47,500 to $49,999 18
$45,000 to $47,499 17
$42,500 to $44,999 16
$40,000 to $42,499 15
$38,750 to $39,999 14
$37,500 to $38,749 13
$36,250 to $37,499 12
$35,000 to $36,249 11
$33,750 to $34,999 10
$32,500 to $33,749 9
$31,250 to $32,499 8
$30,000 to $31,249 7
$28,750 to $29,999 6
$27,500 to $28,749 5
$26,250 to $27,499 4
$25,000 to $26,249 3
Less than $25,000
Maximum Score Available 50

3) Regional district of employment

Regional District of Employment Points
Stikine, Central Coast, Northern Rockies, Mount Waddington, Skeena-Queen Charlotte, Powell River, Sunshine Coast, Kootenay-Boundary, Alberni-Clayoquot 10
Kitimat-Stikine, Bulkley-Nechako, Squamish-Lillooet, Strathcona, Columbia-Shushwap, East Kootenay 8
Peace River, Comox Valley, Cariboo, Central Kootenay 6
Okanagan-Similkameen, Cowichan Valley, North Okanagan, Fraser-Fort George 4
Thompson-Nicola, Nanaimo, Central Okanagan 2
Capital, Fraser Valley 2
Greater Vancouver
Maximum Score Available 10

Human Capital Factors

1) Directly related work experience

Directly Related Work Experience in the Occupation of B.C. Job Offer Points
60+ months 15
48 to 59 months 12
36 to 47 months 9
24 to 35 months 6
12 months to 23 months 3
Less than 12 months 1
None
Bonus points:
At least 1 year of directly related experience in Canada 10
Maximum Score Available 25

2) Highest level of education

Education Points
Doctoral or Master’s degree 17
Post Graduate Certificate or Diploma 11
Bachelor’s degree 11
Trades certification 11
Associate Degree 4
Non-trades certification or Diploma 2
High School
Bonus points:
Post-secondary education completed in B.C 8
Post-secondary education completed in Canada (outside of B.C.) 6
Education Credential Assessment from a qualified supplier 4
Trades certification assessment from the Industry Training Authority 4
Maximum Score Available 25

3) Language

Canadian Language Benchmark Level Points
10+ 30
9 26
8 22
7 18
6 14
5 10
4 6
Below 4
No test
Maximum Score Available 30

Invitations to Apply

Candidates who have entered the selection pool will be ranked alongside other registrants in the chosen category. Periodically, the BC PNP will invite candidates from the selection pool for each category to apply. The number and frequency of Invitations to Apply is based on annual nomination allocations and processing capacity.

Candidates who are invited to apply will have up to 30 calendar days from the date of invitation to submit a complete application via the BC PNP online system. Candidates who are invited to apply but do not submit a complete application within 30 days will have their registration removed from the selection pool and invitation cancelled.

An invitation to apply does not guarantee that an application will be approved for nomination.

The BC PNP may refuse an application if:

  • the information in the registration is different from the information submitted in the application;
  • the candidate is not eligible to receive the points assigned to him or her at the time of registration; or
  • the application does not meet applicable category requirements in effect at the time the application was made.

Candidates who have not been invited to apply within 12 months of registration will be automatically removed from the selection pool. A new registration may be made at this point.

Guaranteed Invitations

Candidates who achieve or exceed the following registration scores will receive an Invitation to Apply in the next draw for his or her chosen category.

Category Minimum score
Skills Immigration — Skilled Worker 135
Skills Immigration — International Graduate 105
Skills Immigration — Entry Level and Semi-Skilled 95
Express Entry BC — Skilled Worker 135
Express Entry BC — International Graduate 105

Application and Nomination Decision

Candidates are invited to apply will have up to 30 calendar days from the date of invitation to submit a complete application via the BC PNP online system. If the application is approved, candidates then have six months from the date of confirmation of the provincial nomination to apply to Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) for permanent resident status.

Candidates who have obtained a provincial nomination from the BC PNP may be eligible to receive a work permit support letter so that they can apply to IRCC to obtain or renew a work permit to start or continue working in B.C. for their employer while awaiting the decision on their permanent residence application.

The BC PNP may only accept requests for work permit support letters to provincial nominees if ALL of the following conditions are met:

  • The candidate has been nominated by the BC PNP;
  • The candidate has submitted an application for permanent residence to IRCC within the six-month period after he or she was nominated;
  • The candidate continues to meet the conditions of nomination; and
  • The candidate’s current work permit expires within 120 days.


The BC PNP cannot apply for a work permit on behalf of a candidate. The candidate must apply to IRCC for his or her own work permit and include the BC PNP work permit support letter with the work permit application.

Минимальные требования для иммиграции в Канаду. Шансы иммиграции. Понаехали in Canada.

Канада страна иммигрантов. Сюда можно приехать разными способами. В основном мои посты посвящены иммиграции в качестве Skilled worker, потому что это самый простой способ законно попасть в Канаду без предложения о работе или обучения.

Я напомню, что возможности получения статуса Permanent Residenship (PR) в Канаде представлена тремя федеральными программами:

Federal Skilled Worker Program. Самая популярная программа среди иммигрантов программа для тех, кто имеет как минимум один год непрерывной работы по профессии типа 0, A, B из NOC, так называемые «белые воротнички». Это программисты, врачи, инженеры, все те специальности, которые обычно требуют высшего образования.

Federal Skilled Trades Program. Программа для тех, кто обладает как минимум двумя годами опыта работы по профессии типа B из NOC, так называемые «синие воротнички». Например, профессии связанные с промышленностью, электричеством и строительством (не инженеры), обслуживанием и эксплуатация оборудования, руководители и техники в области природных ресурсов, сельского хозяйства, переработки, производства, повара, мясники и пекари.

Canadian Experience Class. Программа для тех у кого есть минимум 1 год опыта работы на территории Канады (удаленная работа не подходит).

Для того, чтобы ваша заявка была рассмотрена правительством, вас недостаточно просто соответствовать минимальным требованиям. Нужно набрать определенный бал в системе Express Entry.

В этой же статье я приведу несколько примеров потенциальных иммигрантов и какие способы иммиграции им доступны.

Пример 1. Выпускник вуза.

Итак, Вы только что закончили ВУЗ или собираетесь его закончить в ближайшее время. Входные данные:

Возраст — 21 год,

Уровень образования — Бакалавр,

Опыт работы — 0 лет (работа во время обучения не считается),

Уровень английского — Intermeidate — Upper-Intermediate.

Поскольку название у программы Federal Skilled Worker намекает, что по этой программе берут профессионалов, из-за отсутствия опыта Вы не можете подаваться по этой программе. Что делать, чтобы исправить ситуацию? Работать, причем официально, больше 30 часов в неделю и не волонтером, а зарабатывать какие-то деньги и учить английский.

Пример 2. Программист, бросивший учебу в университете и работавший на фрилансе 7 лет и Advanced английским.

Итак, Вы решили, что Высшее образование это бессмысленная трата времени и работа — лучшая учеба. Работали на upwork.

Возраст — 26 лет — с возрастом проблем нет, максимальные 110 баллов даются за возраст в промежутке 20-29.

Уровень образования — академическая справка — даже если Вы отучились в университете 3 года и вышли с академической справкой такой уровень образования не может быть эвалюирован, т.е. ему не может быть присвоен аналог даже Канадской одногодичной или двухгодичной программы. Вы получаете баллы, как за школьное образование — 30 баллов

Опыт работы — очень тяжело доказуемый — доказывать опыт работы на фрилансе без ИП практически невозможно даже при наличии Reference letter от ваших заказчиков, если вы работали не на одного крупного заказчика конечно. Но допустим, что кандидату удалось доказать 3 года опыта работы.

Уровень английского — Advanced (IELTS 8) — это отличный уровень языка!

С помощью калькулятора баллов мы можем посчитать, что такой кандидат набирает

323 балла в в системе Express Entry. Если посмотреть на минимальный балл с которым отбирали кандидатов, то видно, что ниже 450 он никогда не опускался. Т.е. шансы, что Ваша заявка когда либо будет рассмотрена — ничтожно малы.

Уровень опыта работы и английский у кандидата уже почти максимальные, значит баллы придется добирать только за счет образования! Можно попробовать получить онлайн образование за 2 года степень Associate или за 4 Bachelor.

Пример 3. Выпускник ВУЗа с двумя годами опыта работы и Upper-Intermediate английским.

Итак, вы закончили ВУЗ два года назад и с тех пор работаете инженером вот уже два года в одной и той же компании. Не женаты и собираетесь поехать в Канаду один.

С помощью калькулятора баллов мы можем посчитать, что такой кандидат набирает

342 балла в в системе Express Entry. Если посмотреть на минимальный балл с которым отбирали кандидатов, то видно, что ниже 450 он никогда не опускался. Т.е. шансы, что Ваша заявка когда либо будет рассмотрена — ничтожно малы. Почему так получилось и что можно сделать?

Возраст — 23 года — с возрастом проблем нет, максимальные 110 баллов даются за возраст в промежутке 20-29.

Уровень образования — Бакалавр — такой уровень образования не является оптимальным, поскольку мало того, что сам по себе он дает только 120 из возможных 150 баллов, с этим уровнем вы не получаете максимальные бонусные баллы за раздел skill transferability. Можно закончить магистратуру или курсы повышения квалификации с дипломом (которые от года).

Опыт работы — 2 года по специальности — еще год опыта работы тоже может сильно улучшить баллы, поскольку сам по себе опыт дает баллы и в skill transferability тоже появляются бонусные баллы за опыт 3+ года.

Уровень английского — Upper-Intermeidate (IELTS 6.5) — хотя этот уровень английского сравнительно неплох, максимальные бонусные баллы за skill transferability секцию можно получить сдавая IELTS

7.5. Ниже 6.0 за каждый раздел английский опускаться не может!

Пример 4. Пример 3 через 2 года.

Представляем себе ситуацию, что Пример 3 решил, что ему надо готовиться к иммиграции в Канаду 2 года он потратил усердно повышая свои шансы. Он пошел на годичную программу переподготовки специалистов в ближайшем ВУЗе, которая выдаст ему диплом о переподготовке гособразца и продолжал работать на полный рабочий день. Так же он старательно подтягивал свой английский и сдал IELTS c таким результатом: L8 R7 S7 W7.

Возраст — 25 лет — с возрастом проблем по прежнему нет, максимальные 110 баллов даются за возраст в промежутке 20-29.

Уровень образования — 2 Образования — такой уровень образования находится примерно на том же уровне, что и магистратура и, с этим уровнем вы получаете максимальные бонусные баллы за раздел skill transferability.

Опыт работы — 3-4 года по специальности — максимальные баллы даются за опыт 3+ года.

Уровень английского — Advanced (IELTS 7+) — такой уровень языка позволяет набрать очень хорошие баллы.

С помощью калькулятора баллов мы можем посчитать, что теперь наш кандидат набирает

462 балла в системе Express Entry! Теперь у кандидата есть отличные шансы попасть в выборку и получить PR, а так же Advanced уровень английского языка (ведь в Канаде придется еще проходить собеседования).

Каждая ситуация уникальна, первое, что необходимо сделать это досконально изучить как начисляются баллы, что может повысить ваш балл, чаще всего это:

Так же возможно получение номинации от провинции, если Вам удастся ее заинтересовать, или предложение о работе, подтвержденное тем, что на рынке Канады таких профессионалов как Вы нет (что почти невозможно если вы не топ менеджер или уникальный спец) это добавит +600 баллов профилю.

Иммиграция в Британскую Колумбию

Что нужно для начала процесса иммиграции в Канаду?

Провинциальная иммиграционная программа Британской Колумбии (BC PNP)

Британская Колумбия, самая западная провинция Канады, является центром культурного разнообразия и экономического роста. В этой провинции расположен третий по величине город Канады – Ванкувер. Британская Колумбия также является одной из самых развитых провинций Канады. Экономика Британской Колумбии сфокусирована на богатых природных ресурсах, с акцентом на лесное хозяйство, горнодобывающую промышленность, сельское хозяйство, туризм, медицину и сектор высоких технологий. Британская Колумбия с ее природой, роскошными лесами и уникальным приморским климатом, известна как одно из красивейших мест в Канаде и в мире.

BCPNP British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program – это иммиграционная программа Британской Колумбии. В рамках этой программы, потенциальные кандидаты с определенными профессиональными навыками и опытом, ориентированные на провинцию, имеют возможность подать заявление на получение провинциального сертификата (British Columbia Provincial Nomination Certificate), который гарантирует получение ПМЖ в Канаде и время рассмотрения заявления занимает меньше времени, чем по другим иммиграционным программам Канады.

BCPNP принимает заявки по двум основным иммиграционным направлениям:

  • Skills Immigration (включает в себя Express Entry British Columbia)
  • Entrepreneur Immigration

Эти направления далее подразделяются на категории. Ниже мы предоставим вам дополнительную информацию о каждом, чтобы помочь вам определить, подходит ли вам программа иммиграции Британской Колумбии.

Skills Immigration

Данное направление иммиграционной программы Британской Колумбии предназначено для тех потенциальных иммигрантов, которые обладают навыками, опытом и квалификацией, необходимыми для работодателей в данной провинции.

BCPNP Skills Immigration подразделяется на следующие категории:
  • Skilled Worker Category — данная категория предназначена для лиц, имеющих соответствующее предложение на работу по квалифицированной профессии и обладающих достаточным опытом работы в ней.
  • Health Care Professional Category — в рамках данной категории, заявления могут подавать лица, обладающие необходимым опытом и получившие предложение по работе в сферах медицины, лечебного дела, сестринского дела, сестринского дела в психиатрии или иных областях здравоохранения. Полученное предложение по работе должно относиться к одной из 11, включенных в список, медицинских специальностей.
  • International Graduate Category — в данную категорию входят выпускники, окончившие определенные университеты и колледжи Канады не ранее, чем за три года до подачи заявления на иммиграцию, и получившие предложение по работе от работодателя Британской Колумбии.
  • International Post-Graduate Category — в данную категорию входят магистры и аспиранты включенных в список образовательных учреждений Британской Колумбии, завершивших обучение по естественнонаучным, прикладным и медицинским направлениям. В рамках данной категории получение предложения по работе не требуется.
  • Entry Level and Semi-Skilled Worker Category — в данной программе иммиграционные заявления могут подавать работники определенных специальностей, требующих квалификаций начального и среднего уровня в туризме/гостиничном бизнесе, пищевой промышленности или грузовых автоперевозках, а также лица, работающие по специальностям, требующим квалификаций начального и среднего уровня и проживающие в северо-восточном регионе Британской Колумбии.

Express Entry British Columbia

Express Entry BC согласуется с Express Entry immigration selection system. Эта система позволяет подходящим кандидатам получать приоритетную обработку заявки на этапе провинциальной номинации (BC PNP application) и, при условии успешного номинирования, подавать заявки на постоянное место жительства (ПМЖ).

Следующие категории могут быть приняты по системе Express Entry British Columbia:

  • Skilled Worker Category
  • Health Care Professional Category
  • International Graduate Category
  • International Post-Graduate Category

Skills Immigration Registration System (SIRS)

27 января 2020 года правительство Британской Колумбии объявило о новой системе Skills Immigration Registration System (SIRS) для BC PNP. Это балльная система, по которой определяется, могут ли кандидаты быть приглашены для подачи заявки. Оценка основана на ряде факторов, таких как: уровень образования, стаж работы по профессии и приглашение от работодателя из Британской Колумбии, что отражает способность потенциального иммигранта быть успешным на рынке труда и внести свой вклад в экономику провинции.

Entrepreneur Immigration

Лица, которые намерены жить в Британской Колумбии и инвестировать в ее экономику, могут претендовать на постоянное место жительства в Канаде в рамках данного иммиграционного направления. Эта программа разбита на две категории:

  • Entrepreneur Category — эта категория предназначена для менеджеров высшего звена и владельцев бизнеса, которые намереваются инвестировать средства в предлагаемый бизнес в Британской Колумбии.
  • Strategic Projects Category — по данной категории компании с иностранным капиталом могут основать предприятия в Британской Колумбии и до пяти ключевых иностранных сотрудников таких компаний в области управления, квалифицированных профессионалов и технических работников могут быть номинированы на ПМЖ в провинцию.
Если Вы заинтересованы иммигрировать в Британскую Колумбию, свяжитесь с Green Light Immigration для оценки своих шансов воспользоваться провинциальными программами этой провинции

Что нужно для начала процесса иммиграции в Канаду?

Иммиграция в Британскую Колумбию: итоги за 2020 год

1 августа 2020 года Британская Колумбия опубликовала статистический отчет по своей провинциальной программе за 2020 год. Из отчета можно сделать вывод, что иммиграция в Британскую Колумбию набирает обороты. В отчете представлен ряд данных о программе, включая информацию о номинациях, профессиях, окладах, странах происхождения и региональном распределении кандидатов в провинции. Наша редакция подготовила для вам адаптацию отчета на русский язык.

Иммиграция в Британскую Колумбию: Регистрация в программе

Skills Immigration

Регистрация необходима для всех категорий Skills Immigration (SI) провинциальной программы (BC PNP), кроме потоков для медицинских работников — Healthcare Professional и EEBC — Healthcare Professional, а также потоков для международного выпускников — International PostGraduate и EEBC – International Post-Graduate. Плата за регистрацию отсутствует. После получения регистрации профиль сразу же помещается в пул регистрантов, из которого выдаются приглашения на подачу заявки. 2020 год стал первым полным годом с действующей системой регистрации.

В 2020 году в SI было 15165 регистраций, что на 31,3% больше, чем в 2020 году. На категории международных выпускников приходилось 30,9% регистраций.

Entrepreneur Immigration

Регистрация необходима для категорий иммиграции предпринимателей — Entrepreneur Immigration (EI), при этом взимается плата в размере 300 долларов. После регистрации профиль оценивается на соответствие требований. В 2020 году было получено 362 профиля по EI, из них 196 были квалифицированы (54,1%). В 2020 году было получено 288 регистраций EI, из которых 211 прошли оценку (73,2%).

Иммиграция в Британскую Колумбию: Прием заявок

В 2020 году в BC PNP было получено 7507 заявок: 7412 заявок по экономическим потокам SI (98,7%) и 95 заявок в потоках от предпринимателей EI (1,3%). Это на 2,7% больше, чем в 2020 году, когда в программу поступило 7307 заявок, и на 40% больше, чем в 2020 году (5363 заявки).

Разбивка по категориям представлена в Таблице 1. Прием заявок в Express Entry BC (EEBC) составил 46,6% заявок, полученных в 2020 году, по сравнению с 39,1% в 2020 году. В категориях «Квалифицированный работник» и «EEBC — Квалифицированный работник» было получено 57,9% заявок, от всех полученных в 2020 году. Это сопоставимо с 42,5% в 2020 году. В категориях «Международные выпускники» и «EEBC — Международные выпускники», количество заявок снизилось до 21% в 2020 году с 37,8% в 2020 году.

*Включая заявки по North East Pilot Project.

Иммиграция в Британскую Колумбию: Номинации

Первоначально BC PNP было выделено 6250 номинаций от федерального правительства на 2020 год. Однако в конце года было произведено перераспределение кандидатов по провинциям, что позволило Британской Колумбии выдать еще 250 номинаций, что повысило общую сумму номинаций до 6500. В 2020 году было выдвинуто 6000 номинаций.

Доля категорий «квалифицированный работник» и «EEBC — квалифицированный работник» составила 55,3% в 2020 году по сравнению с 40% в 2020 году и 33,9% в 2020 году. Студенческие категории (International Graduate, International Post-Graduate, EEBC – International Graduate and EEBC – International Post-Graduate) составили 32,4% номинаций в 2020 году по сравнению с 47,3% в 2020 году и 49,9% в 2020 году.

Разрешения на работу для предпринимателей

Заявки предпринимателей требуют дополнительного шага. При условии соблюдения критериев заявители получают разрешение на работу, поддерживаемое BC PNP, для управления создаваемым или приобретаемым в провинции бизнесом. У заявителей есть приблизительно два года для создания своего бизнеса, прежде чем они будут иметь право на номинацию.

В 2020 году провинция утвердила 73 разрешения на работу, по сравнению с 111 в 2020 году и 113 в 2020 году.

Страны происхождения

Страна гражданства кандидата используется для определения страны происхождения. В Таблице 6 представлены первые десять стран, из которых прибыли кандидаты, а в Таблице 7 представлены первые пять стран для предпринимателей.

Доля номинаций в экономических потоках вне этих десяти ведущих стран несколько снизилась: с 77% в 2020 году до 76% в 2020 году. Китай продолжил оставаться главной страной-источником для предпринимателей, получивших номинацию. В 2020 году на пять крупнейших стран приходилось 88% заявок предпринимателей, тогда как на эти же страны в 2020 году приходилось 82% заявок.

Профессии

Десять наиболее популярных профессий для номинаций по экономическим потокам в 2020 году показали изменение в составе номинаций. В 2020 году инженеры-программисты и дизайнеры, плотники, графические дизайнеры и иллюстраторы заменили административных служащих, руководителей общественного питания, а также техников и бухгалтеров с 2020 года.


В первую десятку вошли три профессии из сферы общественного питания (руководители ресторанов и общественного питания, повара, продавцы продуктов питания), на которые приходилось 14,2% всех номинаций BC PNP в 2020 году. Это сопоставимо с четырьмя профессиями общественного питания (включая супервайзеров общественного питания), которые были в списке топ-10 профессий в 2020 году, что составило 16,3%.

*В процентном отношении к общему количеству номинаций.

Tech Pilot

Доля номинаций в Tech Pilot в 2020 году (19,7%) была выше, чем в 2020 году (17,2%) и в 2020 году (17,9%). Эти технические профессии включают инженерные, технологические и связанные с ними специальности. На конец 2020 года было выбрано 29 таких технических профессий.

Региональное распределение

Skills Immigration номинанты

Город предполагаемого места жительства (или адрес места жительства) используется для определения регионального распределения, при этом первые пять региональных округов показаны в таблице 10. Большой Ванкувер по-прежнему является основным пунктом назначения для кандидатов в потоках Skills Immigration.

*Исключая тех, у кого незадекларированный адреса проживания

Entrepreneur Immigration номинанты

Для номинантов по EI для определения регионального округа используется местоположение предприятия. В региональных округах столицы и Комокс-Валли процентное соотношение EI в 2020 году увеличилось, в то время как в Большом Ванкувере продолжалось снижение. Региональные округа Томпсон-Никола и Фрейзер-Вэлли имели одинаковое количество кандидатов и, таким образом, оба включены в таблицу 11.

Иммиграция в Британскую Колумбию — провинциальная программа Канады (BCINP)

Провинциальная программа Британской Колумбии предлагает постоянный вид на жительство специалистам, выпускникам вузов провинции и предпринимателям.

Британская Колумбия расположена на западе Канады и омывается водами Тихого океана. Здесь находятся крупнейшие порты тихоокеанского региона и Ванкувер — третий по величине город в Канаде и крупнейший в Британской Колумбии. В нем, а также в его окрестностях живут почти 2,5 млн человек. Также Британская Колумбия является самой теплой провинцией Канады. Среднегодовая температура в наиболее населённых районах провинции — выше 10°C.

Кандидаты, не набравшие необходимое количество баллов для иммиграции в Канаду по федеральной программе, могут попробовать иммигрировать по одной из 11 провинциальных программ — это несложно и доступно для представителей большого спектра профессий.

Подобная программа действует и в Британской Колумбии — British Columbia Immigrant Nominee Program (BCINP). Она включает четыре направления.

Skills Immigration — для специалистов в различных областях

Это направление включает следующие категории:

  • Skilled Worker (для квалифицированных работников);
  • Healthcare Professional (для специалистов в области здравоохранения);
  • International Graduate (для выпускников высших учебных заведений Канады);
  • International Post-Graduate (для выпускников высших учебных заведений Британской Колумбии, получивших образование не ниже уровня магистра или доктора);
  • Entry Level and Semi-Skilled (для специалистов низшей и средней квалификации в таких отраслях как туризм, гостиничный бизнес, пищевая промышленность, грузовые перевозки на дальние расстояния).

BC PNP Tech Pilot — для квалифицированных специалистов отрасли технологий

Вы уже подписались на мой Instagram про жизнь в Канаде?

Направление BC PNP Tech Pilot создано для квалифицированных специалистов, работающих в востребованных профессиях. Срок действия пилота истекает в июне 2020.

Express Entry BC (EEBC) — для тех, кто проходит по одной из федеральных программ

Это направление включает такие категории:

  • Skilled Worker (для квалифицированных работников);
  • Healthcare Professional (для специалистов в области здравоохранения);
  • International Graduate (для выпускников высших учебных заведений Канады);
  • International Post-Graduate (для выпускников высших учебных заведений Британской Колумбии, получивших образование не ниже уровня магистра или доктора).

Entrepreneur Immigration — для бизнесменов и людей, желающих создать свой бизнес в Британской Колумбии

Это направление включает такие категории:

  • Base Category (для тех, кто желает приобрести готовый или создать новый бизнес в Британской Колумбии);
  • Regional Pilot (для тех, кто планирует инвестировать в создание нового бизнеса в Британской Колумбии);
  • Strategic Projects (для иностранных компаний, которые планируют открыть филиал или дочернее предприятие в Канаде).

Выбрав одно из этих направлений, можно получить ПМЖ в Канаде и — через три года постоянного проживания — гражданство страны.

British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP)

British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP)

Through the British Columbia’s Provincial Nominee Program, prospective immigrants with the skills and experience targeted by the province may receive a British Columbia Provincial Nomination Certificate, which will allow that foreign national to apply for Canadian permanent residence.

The BC PNP accepts applications under two main immigration streams:

  • Skills Immigration (including Express Entry British Columbia)
  • Entrepreneur Immigration

These streams are further divided into categories. Below we provide you with additional information about each to help you determine if the BC PNP is right for you.

1. Express Entry British Columbia (EEBC)

Express Entry British Columbia is aligned with the federal Express Entry immigration selection system, which should result in significantly reduced application processing times.

The British Columbia Express Entry (EEBC) stream allows eligible applicants to receive priority processing of both their BC PNP application, and if nominated, their permanent residence application. Potential Express Entry candidates are required to meet minimum provincial eligibility criteria for one of the following categories under the BC PNP:

In addition, candidates must be eligible for one of the federal economic immigration programs in order to enter the Express Entry pool:

  • Federal Skilled Worker
  • Federal Skilled Trades
  • Canadian Experience Class

The federal economic immigration programs require candidates to meet a mandatory language proficiency level and demonstrate sufficient funds to support the applicant and their family on arrival in Canada. Candidates eligible under the Federal Skilled Worker Program are also required to submit the results of an Educational Credential Assessment.

EEBC — Skilled Worker Category (including Health Care Professionals Category)

The Skilled Worker category is for international skilled workers who have post-secondary education or training and employment experience in a professional, management, technical, trade or other skilled occupation. The candidate’s occupation must be classified under the National Occupational Classification (NOC) matrix as skill level 0, A, or B.

Candidates applying under the Skilled Worker category must have a full-time permanent qualifying job offer in a skilled occupation from a B.C. employer. Candidates with a job offer in a regulated occupation that requires mandatory certification or licensing must demonstrate that they meet provincial requirements for the particular occupation when they make their application under this category. Experience in paid co-op work placements is accepted as work experience, if it was full-time and at an NOC level equal to or greater than the level of the job offer.

Category Employment Occupation Experience Education Other requirements
EEBC —Skilled Worker Full-time indeterminate job offer* from an eligible B.C. employer Occupation Skill Level 0, A or B Minimum two years of directly-related (or full-time equivalent) work experience Applicable credentials or qualifications Candidate must be eligible for a federal economic immigration programCandidate must meet minimum income requirements (see below)
EEBC —Health Care Professionals Full-time job offer from a Public Health Authority in B.C. Physicians, specialist physicians, nurses, psychiatric nurses, nurse practitioners, midwives and allied health professionals Minimum two years of directly-related full-time work experience Applicable licensing or registration Candidate must be eligible for a federal economic immigration programCandidate must meet minimum income requirements (see below)Candidate must meet all the requirements of the BC PNP Skills Immigration – Health Care Professional Category.

*Please see the BC PNP Tech Pilot page for the “indeterminate job offer” exception for eligible tech occupations.

Apply without a job offer to the EEBC — International Post-Graduate Category

B.C. employers have made it known that they are seeking workers with graduate degrees in the sciences, and the government of B.C. has reacted accordingly.

Individuals with a master’s or doctoral degree in the sciences received within the past three years from an eligible program at a post-secondary institution in B.C. may be eligible to apply under the International Post Graduate category, as long as the post-graduate degree was obtained in one of the following natural, applied or health sciences:

  • Agriculture
  • Biological and biomedical sciences
  • Computer and information sciences and support services
  • Engineering
  • Engineering technology
  • Health professions and related clinical sciences
  • Mathematics and statistics
  • Natural resources conservation and research
  • Physical sciences

Candidates must provide evidence of their intention to reside in B.C. This evidence may include:

    the length of any previous and/or current period of res >

    Category Employment Education Other requirements EEBC — International Post Graduate Job offer not required Master’s or doctoral degree from an eligible B.C. institution. Only open to natural, applied or health sciences graduates. Candidate must be eligible for a federal economic immigration programCandidate must meet minimum income requirements (see below)

List of eligible programs of study

Private post-secondary institutions
Institution Program name
New York Institute of Technology Master of Science in Information, Network and Computer Security
New York Institute of Technology Master of Science in Energy Management
Trinity Western University Master of Science in Nursing

EEBC — International Graduates Category

International graduates who have graduated from a Canadian university or college within the past three years may be eligible to apply under the International Graduates category. Candidates applying under the EEBC — International Graduates category must have a full-time permanent qualifying job offer in a skilled occupation from a B.C. employer.

Candidates eligible under this category must have a degree, diploma or certificate from a recognized post-secondary institution in Canada. Candidates with an undergraduate or graduate degree must have obtained the degree from a Canadian post-secondary institution authorized to grant degrees. Candidates with a diploma or certificate must have obtained the diploma or certificate from a public post-secondary institution in Canada. Diplomas or certificates from private institutions are not eligible. The program must have entailed at least eight months (two semesters) of full-time study. The program is not eligible if the candidate spent more than one-quarter of the program time in a co-op work term or internship.

Category Employment Occupation Experience Education Other requirements
International Graduate Full-time indeterminate job offer* from an eligible B.C. employer Occupation Skill Level 0, A or B Not required Eligible degree or diploma from a Canadian college or university Candidate must be eligible for a federal economic immigration programCandidate must meet minimum income requirements (see below)

*Please see the BC PNP Tech Pilot page for the “indeterminate job offer” exception for eligible tech occupations.

Minimum Income Requirements

The following are the minimum income thresholds depending on family size. Applicants must show that their – and their spouse’s, if applicable – annual wage in B.C. meets the income threshold. Bonuses, commissions, tips, living allowances, or overtime in the calculation of the annual wage.

Family Income Threshold by Area of Residence
Size of Family Greater Vancouver Regional District Rest of B.C.
1 $22,804 $19,006
2 $28,390 $23,659
3 $34,902 $29,087
4 $42,376 $35,316
5 $48,062 $40,054
6 $54,205 $45,175
7 or more $60,350 $50,296

When Not to Apply

Candidates should not apply if they:

  • Are prohibited from entering Canada;
  • Are currently in Canada and are out of status;
    • If an applicant’s status has expired and he or she cannot demonstrate that they have applied for a restoration of status with the 90-day eligibility period, the applicant will be cons >2. BC PNP Skills Immigration Stream

    The Skills Immigration Program is composed of a number categories, each with their own unique eligibility requirements.

    • Skilled Worker Category
    • Health Care Professional Category
    • International Graduate Category
    • International Post-Graduate Category
    • Entry Level and Semi-Skilled Category – including employment in the Northeast Development Region of B.C.
    • Employer requirements
    • Minimum income required

    The Skilled Worker, Health Care Professional, International Graduate, and International Post-Graduate categories may also be processed through an application to the Express Entry British Columbia stream (see earlier above), which is aligned with the federal Express Entry immigration selection system.

    Skills Immigration and BC Express Entry candidates may also be eligible for immigration under the BC PNP Tech Pilot if they have an eligible job offer in one of the program’s 29 occupations.

    General Requirements

    In addition to meeting the specific requirements for the category under which they are applying, applicants must also meet the general requirements for the BC Skills Immigration Stream.

    Unless otherwise noted, applicants in the Skills Immigration stream must meet the following requirements:

    • Have accepted a job offer for indeterminate, full-time employment — except candidates in the Skills Immigration: International Post-Graduate category and BC PNP Tech Pilot registrants — in an eligible occupation at a wage rate that meets industry standards and is in line with rates offered by B.C. employers for the same occupation;
    • Be qualified for the offered position. The BC PNP may refer to the National Occupational Classification (NOC), Work BC or industry standards to determine the minimum qualifications for an occupation;
    • Applicants with a job offer for an occupation categorized under NOC level 0 or A are not required to submit valid language test results; however, the BC PNP may ask for results at its discretion to ensure an applicant has the language proficiency required in order to perform the duties of the position or if the applicant claims points for language under the registration system;
    • Demonstrate English or French language ability at Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) 4, for all occupations classified under NOC level B, C, or D;
    • Not have ownership or equity stake of more than 10 per cent in the B.C. company that has made the job offer in the five years preceding the application and throughout the entire BC PNP application process; and,
    • Benefit B.C. economically through their employment. For example, the applicant’s employment may:
      • Transfer knowledge and skills to Canadians;
      • Build the workforce for a major project;
      • Create or maintain jobs for Canadians; and/or,
      • Support the development of proprietary new products;
    • Meet minimum income requirements;
    • Submit a complete application, along with the $700 application fee, if invited to apply.
    • Applicants’ employment must not adversely affect the settlement of a labour dispute, or the employment of anyone involved in a labour dispute. Also, applicants’ employment must not prevent the training or employment of a Canadian citizen or permanent resident.

    Candidates will not receive a nomination if they:

    • Are prohibited from entering Canada;
    • Are currently in Canada and are out of status;
      • If an applicant’s status has expired and he or she cannot demonstrate that they have applied for a restoration of status with the 90-day eligibility period, the applicant will be cons >Skilled Worker Category

      This category is open to workers with post-secondary education or training and employment experience in a skilled occupation.

      Minimum Requirements for Applicants

      In addition to meeting the general requirements for the BC Skills Immigration Stream, eligible applicants under the Skilled Worker Category must:

      • Have received an offer of indeterminate, full-time employment from an eligible B.C. employer (with the exception of BC PNP Tech Pilot registrants);
        • The job offer must be in an occupation classified as NOC level 0, A, or B;
          • For occupations classified as NOC level B, applicants must demonstrate sufficient language proficiency in English or French by submitting language test results showing a minimum score of benchmark 4 under the Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) in all competencies.
          • For occupations classified as NOC level 0 or A, no language test results are necessary unless the applicant is claiming points for language. The BC PNP, however, may require valid language test results at its discretion to determine whether the applicant has the language proficiency to perform the duties of the position.
      • Have at least two years of directly related full-time (or full-time equivalent) work experience in the skilled occupation offered to them, and the credentials and qualification requirements of the position, if applicable;
        • The BC PNP defines directly related work experience as paid employment that is classified under the same NOC code as the B.C. job offer accepted by the applicant. Experience in a related occupation at a NOC skill level equal to or greater than the NOC skill level of the B.C. job offer may also be considered if the applicant can sufficiently demonstrate how this work experience is directly related to the skilled occupation.
      • Meet the language requirements for their classified occupation:
        • For occupations classified as NOC level B, applicants must demonstrate sufficient language proficiency in English or French by submitting language test results showing a minimum score of benchmark 4 under the Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) in all competencies.
        • For occupations classified as NOC level 0 or A, no language test results are necessary – the BC PNP, however, may require valid language test results at its discretion.
      • Demonstrate the ability to meet minimum income requirements and pay for housing and living expenses in British Columbia by showing:
        • Annual wage in the province;
        • Location of residence in the province;
        • The number of dependents.


      Additionally, the employer offering the job to the BC PNP candidate must meet the BC PNP minimum requirements for employers.

      Healthcare Professional Category

      Minimum Requirements for Applicants

      In addition to meeting the general requirements for the BC Skills Immigration Stream, eligible applicants under the Health Care Professional Category must:

      • Have received an offer of indeterminate, full-time employment from an eligible B.C. public health authority in of the following fields:
        • Physician;
        • Specialist;
        • Registered nurse;
        • Registered psychiatric nurse;
        • Nurse practitioner; or
        • Allied health professional such as a:
          • Diagnostic medical sonographer;
          • Clinical pharmacist;
          • Medical laboratory technologist;
          • Medical radiation technologist;
          • Occupational therapist; or
          • Physiotherapist.
        • As a midwife, an applicant must be registered with the College of Midwives of British Columbia. Also, the applicant must have a letter of confirmation from an established practice group in British Columbia confirming their acceptance into the group as an affiliated midwife for a period of at least six months. This letter must be on the practice group’s official letterhead and must be signed by the applicant and the head of the practice group.
      • Have at least two years of directly related full-time (or full-time equivalent) work experience in the skilled occupation offered to them, and the credentials and qualification requirements of the position, if applicable;
        • The BC PNP defines directly related work experience as paid employment that is classified under the same NOC code as the B.C. job offer accepted by the applicant. Experience in a related occupation at a NOC skill level equal to or greater than the NOC skill level of the B.C. job offer may also be considered if the applicant can sufficiently demonstrate how this work experience is directly related to the skilled occupation.
      • Meet the language requirements for their classified occupation:
        • For occupations classified as NOC level B, applicants must demonstrate sufficient language proficiency in English or French by submitting language test results showing a minimum score of benchmark 4 under the Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) in all competencies.
        • For occupations classified as NOC level 0 or A, no language test results are necessary – the BC PNP, however, may require valid language test results at its discretion.
      • Demonstrate the ability to meet minimum income requirements and pay for housing and living expenses in British Columbia by showing:
        • Annual wage in the province;
        • Location of res >International Graduate Category

          This category is for international students who have graduated from a Canadian university or college within three years of applying to the BC PNP. While applicants do not necessarily need prior work experience, applicants are required to obtain a job offer from a B.C. employer.

          Minimum Requirements for Applicants

          In addition to meeting the general requirements for the BC Skills Immigration Stream, eligible applicants under the International Graduate Category must:

          • Have received an offer of indeterminate, full-time employment for an occupation classified as NOC level 0, A, or B from an eligible B.C. employer (with the exception of BC PNP Tech Pilot registrants);
          • Applicants must have obtained a degree, diploma or certificate from an eligible post-secondary institution in Canada within three years of the date of completion shown on the official transcript;
            • An undergraduate or graduate degree from an eligible Canadian post-secondary institution; or
            • A diploma from an eligible public post-secondary institution in Canada. Diplomas from private institutions are not eligible for this program.
            • A diploma program must be at least eight months (two semesters) of full-time equivalent coursework.
            • The diploma program is not eligible if more than one-quarter is co-op work or an internship.
          • Applicants must have the credentials and qualification requirements of the position, if applicable;
          • Applicants must provide evidence that they can support themselves and their dependents in Canada, including the following:
            • Income and employment prospects;
            • Location of intended residence in British Columbia; and
            • Information on the number of dependents.
          • Meet the language requirements for their classified occupation:
            • For NOC level B, C, or D occupations, applicants must demonstrate sufficient language proficiency in English or French by submitting language test results showing a minimum score of benchmark 4 under the Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) in all competencies.
            • No language test results are required for NOC level 0 and A occupations unless the applicant is claiming points for language. The BC PNP, however, may request val >International Post-Graduate Category

              This category is for individuals who have obtained a master’s or doctoral degree in the natural, applied or health sciences from a British Columbia institution. No job offer is needed to apply to this program.

              Minimum Requirements for Applicants

              In addition to meeting the general requirements for the BC Skills Immigration Stream, eligible applicants under the International Post-Graduate Category must:

              • Have obtained a master’s or doctoral degree from an eligible British Columbia institution within the three years preceding the application to the BC PNP in one of the following fields:
                • Agriculture, agriculture operations and related sciences
                • Biological and biomedical sciences
                • Computer and information sciences and support services
                • Engineering
                • Engineering technology and engineering-related fields
                • Health professions and related programs
                • Mathematics and statistics
                • Natural resources conservation
                • Physical sciences
              • Prov >List of eligible programs of study
                Private post-secondary institutions
                Institution Program name
                New York Institute of Technology Master of Science in Information, Network and Computer Security
                New York Institute of Technology Master of Science in Energy Management
                Trinity Western University Master of Science in Nursing

                Entry Level and Semi-Skilled Category

                This category is for individuals currently living and working in B.C. in an eligible occupation within the tourism/hospitality, long-haul trucking, or food processing industries, or in a NOC skill level C or D occupation in the Northeast Development Region of the province.

                Minimum Requirements for Applicants

                In addition to meeting the general requirements for the BC Skills Immigration Stream, eligible applicants under the Entry Level and Semi-Skilled (ELSS) Category must:

                • Have received an offer of indeterminate, full-time employment from an eligible B.C. employer, in an eligible occupation
                • Have been employed full-time in an ELSS eligible occupation (see list in table below) for at least nine consecutive months immediately before applying with the same B.C. employer supporting the application;
                  • Indiv >ELSS Eligible Occupations
                  Occupations in the Tourism and Hospitality Industry
                  NOC Occupation
                  6525 Hotel Front Desk Clerks
                  6531 Tour and Travel Guides
                  6532 Outdoor Sport and Recreational Guides
                  6533 Casino Occupations
                  6511 Maîtres d’hotel and Hosts/Hostesses
                  6512 Bartenders
                  6513 Food and Beverage Servers
                  6711 Food Counter Attendants, Kitchen Helpers and Related Occupations
                  6731 Light Duty Cleaners
                  6732 Specialized Cleaners
                  6733 Janitors, Caretakers and Building Superintendents
                  6721 Support Occupations in Accommodation, Travel and Facilities Set-Up Services
                  6741 Dry Cleaning, Laundry and Related Occupations
                  6742 Other Service Support Occupations
                  Occupations in the Food Processing Industry
                  NOC Occupation
                  9461 Process Control and Machine Operators, Food and Beverage Processing
                  9462 Industrial Butchers and Meat Cutters, Poultry Preparers and Related Workers
                  9463 Fish and Seafood Plant Workers
                  9465 Testers and Graders, Food, Beverage and Associated Products Processing
                  9617 Labourers in Food, Beverage and Associated Products Processing
                  9618 Labourers in Fish and Seafood Processing
                  Occupations in the Trucking Industry
                  NOC Occupation
                  7511 Long-Haul Truck Driver

                  Minimum Requirements for Employers

                  The employer offering the job to a BC PNP candidate must meet the following requirements:

                  • The business must be established in British Columbia, and have been operating for at least one year (two years if the applicant is registering under the Entry Level and Semi-Skilled category, including employment in the Northeast Development Region of B.C.);
                  • The business must already have permanent, full-time employees;
                    • If the business is located in the Greater Vancouver Regional District, the business must have at least five permanent, full-time employees (or full-time equivalent) in B.C.;
                    • If the business is located outs >Minimum Income Requirements

                    The following are the minimum income thresholds depending on family size. An applicant must show that his or her annual wage in B.C. (and his or her spouse’s, if applicable) meets the income threshold. Bonuses, commissions, tips, living allowances, or overtime in the calculation of the annual wage.

                    Family Income Threshold by Area of Residence
                    Size of Family Greater Vancouver Regional District Rest of B.C.
                    1 $22,804 $19,006
                    2 $28,390 $23,659
                    3 $34,902 $29,087
                    4 $42,376 $35,316
                    5 $48,062 $40,054
                    6 $54,205 $45,175
                    7 or more $60,350 $50,296

                    3. BC PNP Entrepreneur Immigration

                    The British Columbia Entrepreneur Immigration stream of the BC PNP has a unique registration system, known as the Entrepreneur Immigration Registration. The registration process functions like an ‘Expression of Interest Model’, which means eligible candidates, who have registered, must be invited to apply before they can submit an application to the program.

                    Successful candidates will obtain a work permit and, if the business operation in British Columbia fulfills the requirements of the stream on an ongoing basis, they will be able to apply for permanent residence in Canada through the BC PNP. This stream provides a pathway to Canadian permanent residence for experienced businesspeople who can establish themselves in B.C. and invest in and operate a commercially viable business that can provide significant benefits to the provincial economy.

                    BC PNP Entrepreneur Immigration Stream Overview

                    Minimum Requirements for Candidates

                    • Personal net worth of at least $600,000 (including cash, assets in bank accounts, fixed deposits, real properties, investments, etc). The net worth must be legally obtained and may be under the spouse or common-law partner’s name. This net worth must verifiable if invited to apply;
                    • Post-secondary credential or experience as an active business owner-manager with 100 percent ownership of the business for at least three of the past five years.
                    • Eligible experience as an active business owner/manager and/or senior manager;
                    • Submit a business concept that demonstrates an active and ongoing management role in the day-to-day operations of the proposed business and the creation of at least one new job in the proposed B.C. business; and
                    • Personal investment of CAD $200,000 in eligible expenses. If proposing a key staff member, the investment requirement increases to $400,000 and the job creation to three.

                    Application Process

                    1. Prepare for registration by conducting business research. International entrepreneurs are encouraged to conduct an exploratory visit to B.C. to learn about business opportunities and the local business environment.
                    2. Indiv >Entrepreneur Immigration Pre-Registration Process

                    Prior to registering, international entrepreneurs are encouraged to conduct business research, correspond with the BC PNP, and make an exploratory visit to the province. In this visit, international entrepreneurs can:

                    • investigate and evaluate potential business opportunities;
                    • conduct market research;
                    • make local business contacts; and/or
                    • learn more about what it’s like living and doing business in B.C., and gain a better understanding of our health care and education programs, housing, culture, recreation opportunities, and lifestyle.

                    If purchasing an existing business, the prospective applicant must ensure the business meets all the eligibility requirements for the BC PNP Entrepreneur Immigration Stream.

                    To register to the BC PNP, individuals must create an online profile, complete all sections and include a business concept.

                    BC PNP Entrepreneur Immigration Registration Requirements

                    Candidate Requirements

                    In order to be eligible to register, individuals must:

                    • must have been lawfully admitted in the country where they are currently residing;
                    • have at least a minimum of $600,000 in personal net worth. The personal net worth must be legally obtained and verifiable. The candidate must disclose personal net worth, including all your assets and those of your spouse or common-law partner, less any liabilities including mortgages and personal debts;

                    If invited to apply, individuals must obtain a verification report from BC PNP-qualified supplier. Failure to provide satisfactory evidence to verify personal net worth and source of funds may result in the refusal of an application.

                    • have a minimum of three or more years as an active business owner-manager OR four or more years as a senior manager OR a combination of at least one year of experience as an active business owner-manager AND at least two years of experience as a senior manager (in the past 10 years);
                    • have a post-secondary credential OR experience as an active business owner-manager with 100 per cent ownership of the business for at least three of the past five years. The percentage of ownership of the business may be shared between the candidate, the spouse or common-law partner, and/or his or her dependent child(ren);

                    If invited to apply, individuals will be required to provide evidence of their education and may be required to provide an Educational Credential Assessment (ECA).

                    • provide details about the business concept specific to the proposal;

                    If invited to apply, individuals must demonstrate the proposed business is consistent with the registration business concept and show the potential for commercial viability to show how the proposed business will be successful in B.C.

                    • demonstrate an eligible personal investment of at least $200,000 in the proposed business within 610 days (approximately 20 months) of arriving in B.C. on a BC PNP-supported work permit;
                    • demonstrate that the business will create at least one permanent, new full-time equivalent job for a Canadian citizen or permanent resident of Canada within 365 days (12 months) of the arrival date.

                    Business Concept Requirements

                    The registration must include a short business concept that will be assigned points based on proposed commercial viability, transferability of the candidate’s skills, and economic benefits. If the candidate is subsequently invited to apply, he or she will be required to submit a comprehensive business plan. The BC PNP will consider registrations to establish a new business, purchase an existing business, form a partnership with an existing business, and partner with a local or foreign entrepreneur to establish a new business.

                    4. BC PNP Entrepreneur Immigration — Regional Pilot

                    The BC PNP Entrepreneur Immigration — Regional Pilot is a new immigration pathway for foreign nationals looking to start and run a new business in smaller communities across British Columbia.

                    The business must be established in a community of fewer than 75,000 people located more than 30 kilometres from a larger city.

                    The two-year pilot is designed to help address demographic challenges in these communities, including the movement of young people to more densely populated cities in B.C. in search of better opportunities.

                    The BC PNP says the two-year pilot is intended to help distribute the economic benefits of immigration to B.C. more evenly across the province.

                    Foreign entrepreneurs approved through the Entrepreneur Immigration (EI) — Regional Pilot will first obtain a temporary work permit to establish and run their business in British Columbia for at least 12 months in accordance with the terms of their established Performance Agreement.

                    If the business is then deemed by the BC PNP to meet the requirements of this agreement on an ongoing basis, the entrepreneur will receive a provincial nomination and can apply to the Government of Canada for permanent residence.

                    Registration for the pilot is expected to begin in early 2020.

                    Key Features of the BC PNP EI Regional Pilot:

                    • Active community role — participating communities have an active role in the selection of prospective applicants. Designated community representatives meet with prospective entrepreneurs, hear their business proposals and refer them to the BC PNP if their proposal is selected. Communities and local partners also prov >Eligibility Requirements for the Community

                    In order to be eligible, the B.C. community must have a population under 75,000 and must be located 30 kilometres away from a city with more than 75,000 inhabitants. The community must prove that it can offer the newcomer entrepreneur a network of settlement and business agencies. It is the responsibility of community representatives to attend immigration and pilot-specific training prior to hosting exploratory visits and referring prospective EI Regional Pilot applicants.

                    Eligible B.C. communities enrolled with the EI Regional Pilot will be listed here once their profiles are posted by the BC PNP.

                    Eligibility Requirements for the Applicant

                    The EI Regional Pilot is for entrepreneurs looking to establish a new business in a smaller, regional community in British Columbia. Foreign entrepreneurs who have or are looking to purchase a pre-existing business may determine their eligibility under the BC PNP Entrepreneur Immigration Category (see above).

                    In order to register and apply to the EI Regional Pilot, applicants must:

                    A. Determine Eligibility for the BC PNP EI Regional Pilot

                    Before registering to the pilot, future entrepreneur applicants must:

                    • have active business ownership and senior management experience within the last 5 years that includes:
                      • 3 or more years of experience as an active business owner-manager; or
                      • 4 or more years of experience as a senior manager; or
                      • a combination of 1 or more years of experience as an active business owner/manager and 2 or more years of experience as a senior manager.
                    • have either a post-secondary credential OR experience as a business owner/manager with 100% ownership of the business for at least 3 out of 5 years;
                    • have a minimum personal net worth of $300,000;
                    • prov >B. Conduct a Community Exploratory Visit

                      All candidates must conduct an exploratory visit to the community in which they are hoping to establish their business. During the exploratory visit, the prospective EI Regional Pilot candidate presents their business proposal to the community’s pilot representative. The purpose of the visit is to obtain a community referral, which is required as part of the entrepreneur candidate’s registration.

                      Business proposal and referral request

                      In the business proposal, the applicant must provide a business plan. The business must be established with the sole purpose of earning profits by providing products and/or services to the local community. The business must also demonstrate the potential for long-term financial success.

                      Ineligible businesses include bed and breakfasts, hobby farms and home-based business, real estate development /brokerage, insurance or business brokerage. A complete list of BC PNP EI Regional Pilot ineligible businesses will be available in early 2020.

                      For the community referral, the applicant must:

                      1. Learn about the enrolled community and their priority industry sub-sectors;
                      2. Understand the business conditions, local market and support services available to establish the business;
                      3. Propose and develop a business concept that aligns with a priority industry sub-sector >D. Submit Registration to the BC PNP and Obtain a Registration Score

                      Following the issuance of a community referral, potential applicants must submit an online registration to the BC PNP by providing information such as work and/or business experience, education, language ability, net worth, and details about the proposed business.

                      EI Regional Pilot registrants must also submit a copy of their community referral and test results to prove their official language abilities.

                      The registration will result in candidates being scored out of a maximum 200 points based on the following breakdown:

                      Scoring Sections Points
                      Self-Declared Business owner-manager or senior management experience 22
                      Ownership (100%) 2
                      Net Worth 6
                      Total Personal Investment 10
                      Jobs created and/or maintained 15
                      Location: Population size of enrolled community 6
                      Location: Regional District of enrolled community 12
                      Adaptability: Minimum language proficiency 23
                      Adaptability: Education level 16
                      Adaptability: Age 16
                      Adaptability: Family in the community of proposed business 4
                      Adaptability: Work, business, or studies in Canada 9
                      Self-declared subtotal score 140
                      Business Concept Commercial Viability: Business model 12
                      Commercial Viability: Market and products/services 4
                      Commercial Viability: Eligible personal investment 4
                      Commercial Viability: Assessment of proposed investment 8
                      Commercial Viability: Ownership percentage 2
                      Transferability of Skills 15
                      Economic Benefits: Significant economic benefits 5
                      Economic Benefits: Jobs assessment 10
                      Business concept subtotal score 60
                      MAXIMUM SCORE AVAILABLE 200

                      The BC PNP will invite the highest-ranked candidates to submit a complete application to the program. The complete BC PNP EI Regional Pilot score grid will become available in early 2020.

                      E. Submit a Complete Application to the BC PNP

                      When invited to submit an application to the BC PNP, the applicant may be required to attend an interview in Vancouver to discuss information provided in the application. Once an application is approved, the applicant must sign a Performance Agreement that details all the requirements that must be met before the provincial nomination for permanent residence is issued by the Government of British Columbia. Applications will be assessed within four months of receipt.

                      Applicants must hold a valid work permit when arriving in B.C. to establish the business, make investments and create jobs. The accompanying spouse or common-law partner of an applicant is eligible for an open work permit during this time.

                      After running the business successfully for at least 12 months, the applicant may submit a final report to the BC PNP. The BC PNP will then assess the report and whether the applicant has satisfied the terms and conditions of the Performance Agreement. Final reports are typically assessed within four months.

                      F. Application for Permanent Residence

                      If the BC PNP approves the final report, the entrepreneur will be issued a provincial nomination certificate and may then apply to Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada for permanent residence.

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