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BRITISH COLUMBIA NOMINEE PROGRAM

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BRITISH COLUMBIA NOMINEE PROGRAM

British Columbia is a fantastic place to live, work and study. People from around the world have moved here to pursue new lives in our welcoming and beautiful province. Our diverse, strong and growing economy is creating many opportunities for individuals and businesses.
There are some different ways to immigrate to British Columbia:

BC PNP - ENTREPRENEUR IMMIGRATION

The Entrepreneur Immigration stream of the BC Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP) is a path to immigrate to Canada and settle in B.C. for experienced entrepreneurs who can support innovation and economic growth in the province.

1- ENTREPRENEUR IMMIGRATION - REGIONAL PILOT

The BC Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP) Entrepreneur Immigration – Regional Pilot (EI – Regional Pilot) is focused on attracting entrepreneurs from around the world to establish businesses in regional communities. This will help meet the communities’ economic development needs and encourage investments outside urban areas.
 
Key features of the EI Regional Pilot:
  • Active community role – participating communities have a key role in the pilot. They are actively involved in attracting foreign entrepreneurs to their community and working with local partners and existing networks to provide support for entrepreneurs settling into their communities.
  • Referral from the community – participating communities may refer foreign entrepreneurs to the BC PNP whose business concept aligns with the community’s economic priorities. The foreign entrepreneur must be invited by the community to conduct an exploratory visit and present their concept to the community’s designated contact person prior to receiving a referral.
  • Community concierge – a dedicated BC PNP concierge service supports communities with immigration program information.
  • Invitations & prioritization – foreign entrepreneurs who are referred by a participating community are placed in a separate registration pool dedicated to the pilot when they register. Regional pilot registrations and applications are prioritized.
 

Enrolled communities by Development Regions:

Cariboo
  • 100 Mile House
  • Mackenzie
  • McBride
  • Prince George
  • Quesnel
  • Williams Lake
Kootenay
 
  • Akisqnuk First Nation
  • Canal Flats
  • Castlegar
  • Invermere
  • Kimberley
  • Midway
  • Nelson
  • Radium Hot Springs
  • Regional District of Central Kootenay (Area J)
  • Regional District of East Kootenay (Area F)
  • Regional District of East Kootenay (Area G)
  • Regional District of Kootenay Boundary – Electoral Area E (West Boundary)
  • Rossland
  • Shuswap Indian Band
  • Trail
Mainland/Southwest
  • Gibsons
  • Hope
  • Sechelt
  • Squamish
  • Sunshine Coast Regional District – Egmont and Pender Harbour (Area A)
  • Sunshine Coast Regional District – Halfmoon Bay (Area B)
  • Sunshine Coast Regional District – Roberts Creek (Area D)
  • Sunshine Coast Regional District – Elphinstone (Area E)
  • Sunshine Coast Regional District – West Howe Sound (Area F)
Nechako
  • Burns Lake
  • Regional District of Bulkley-Nechako – Electoral Area A (Smithers Rural)
  • Regional District of Bulkley-Nechako – Electoral Area B (Burns Lake Rural)
  • Regional District of Bulkley-Nechako – Electoral Area C (Fort St. James Rural)
  • Regional District of Bulkley-Nechako – Electoral Area D (Fraser Lake Rural)
  • Regional District of Bulkley-Nechako – Electoral Area E (Francois/Ootsa Lake Rural)
  • Regional District of Bulkley-Nechako – Electoral Area F (Vanderhoof Rural)
  • Regional District of Bulkley-Nechako – Electoral Area G (Houston Rural)
North Coast
  • Terrace
Northeast
  • Tumbler Ridge
  • Northern Rockies Regional Municipality
Thompson-Okanagan
  • Barriere
  • Clinton
  • Columbia-Shuswap Regional District – Sorrento and Electoral Area C
  • Columbia-Shuswap Regional District – Falkland and Electoral Area D
  • Columbia-Shuswap Regional District – Malakwa and Electoral Area E
  • Columbia-Shuswap Regional District – Scotch Creek and Electoral Area F
  • Merritt
  • Osoyoos
  • Peachland
  • Penticton
  • Salmon Arm
  • Thompson-Nicola Regional District Area I – Spences Bridge
  • Thompson-Nicola Regional District Area M – Nicola Valley North
  • Thompson-Nicola Regional District Area N – Nicola Valley South
  • Vernon
Vancouver Island/Coast
  • Campbell River
  • Comox
  • Comox Valley Regional District – Baynes Sound – Denman/Hornby Island (Area A)
  • Comox Valley Regional District – Lazo North (Area B)
  • Comox Valley Regional District – Puntledge – Black Creek (Area C)
  • Courtenay
  • Parksville
  • Port Alberni
  • Powell River
  • Sayward
 

BC PNP - EXPRESS ENTRY BC

British Columbia’s economic growth depends on having enough skilled and qualified people to meet labour market needs. The BC Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP) is a way for high-demand foreign workers and experienced entrepreneurs to gain permanent residency in B.C.
 

BC PNP - SKILLS IMMIGRATION

Do you have the skills to fill a high-demand occupation in B.C.? The Express Entry BC (EEBC) stream of the BC Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP) connects to the federal Express Entry system. It’s a faster way for eligible skilled workers to gain permanent residence in B.C.
Skills Immigration is for skilled and semi-skilled workers in high-demand occupations in B.C. It uses a points-based invitation system. The process involves registering and applying online for the BC PNP and a paper application process for permanent residency.
You may not need prior work experience for some categories. Skilled workers may have work experience from abroad. Entry Level and Semi-Skilled category applicants need B.C. work experience. Recent international graduates of a Canadian university or college may not need any work experience, depending on the job being offered.
1- Skilled Worker British Columbia:
To qualify for this category, you must:
  • have accepted a full-time, indeterminate job offer (a permanent job, or one with no set end date) from a B.C. employer. The job must be in a National Occupational Classification (NOC) skilled occupation (Skill Type 0 or Skill Level A or B).
  • be qualified to perform the duties of the job
  • have at least two (2) years of directly related work experience
  • show you can support yourself and your dependents
  • have, or be eligible for, legal immigration status in Canada
  • for NOC skill level B occupations, meet minimum language requirements
  • have a wage offer in line with B.C. wage rates for the occupation
 

2- HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONAL

British Columbia needs more health care professionals. The Skills Immigration (SI) – Healthcare Professional category of the BC Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP) helps physicians, specialists, nurses and allied health professionals work in B.C. and gain permanent residence.
  • have the support of, or a full-time, indeterminate job offer (a permanent job, or one with no set end date) from a public health authority as a:
  • physician
  • specialist
  • registered nurse
  • registered psychiatric nurse
  • nurse practitioner  
  • allied health professional such as a:
  • diagnostic medical sonographer
  • clinical pharmacist
  • medical laboratory technologist
  • medical radiation technologist
  • occupational therapist
  • physiotherapist
  • if you are a midwife, have a letter of confirmation from an established practice group in B.C.
  • qualify to work in your occupation in B.C.
  • have at least two (2) years of directly related work experience
  • show you can support yourself and your dependents
  • have, or be eligible for, legal immigration status in Canada
  • for NOC skill level B occupations, meet minimum language requirements
  • have a wage offer in line with B.C. wage rates for the occupation
 

3- INTERNATIONAL GRADUATE

Did you graduate with a valid qualification from an eligible Canadian university or college within the last three years? The Skills Immigration (SI) – International Graduate category of the BC Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP) can help you gain permanent residence in B.C.
To qualify for this category, you must:
  • have accepted a full-time, indeterminate job offer (a permanent job, or one with no set end date) from a B.C. employer. The job must be in a National Occupational Classification skilled occupation  (Skill Type 0 or Skill Level A or B).
  • qualify to work in your occupation in B.C.
  • show you can support yourself and your dependents
  • have, or be eligible for, legal immigration status in Canada
  • have completed a degree, diploma or certificate from an eligible post-secondary institution in Canada in the past three years
  • for NOC skill level B occupations, meet minimum language requirements
  • have a wage offer in line with B.C. wage rates for the occupation
 

4- INTERNATIONAL POST-GRADUATE

The Skills Immigration (SI) – International Post-Graduate category of the BC Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP) can help you gain permanent residence in B.C. You don’t need a job offer to apply.
Which graduate degrees are valid?
You must have graduated in the last three years with a master's or doctorate (PhD) degree in the 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
 
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