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Canada work permit is on official permit that allows a foreign citizen to work in Canada for a particular period of time. Once a candidate get their job offer from an Canadian employer then only he can apply for work visa.
The Work Permit is valid for foreign nationals who want to work in Canada as temporary workers, caregivers, agricultural workers, business professionals, traders and investors.
Canada is a dream destination for many people who are looking to work abroad. Every year more than 3,00,000 individuals are granted permits to work in Canada.
Individuals can also apply for a PR Visa during end period of work visa. They also have opportunity to travel across the Canada and earn in dollars.​

Documents Required for Canada Work Visa

  • A valid passport with a validity of more than 6 months from the planned date of arrival in Canada.
  • Proof of education qualification, that should include degree, mark sheet as well as certificates.
  • Proof of work experience.
  • Bank statements.


Eligibility Requirements for Canada Work Permit Visa

  • Have documents that shows you have enough funds to stay and survive in Canada.
  • No record of any criminal activity.
  • Good health.
  • Provide proof that you will move out of Canada once your work permit expires.
  • Meet eligibility conditions such as language skills, biometric data and medical insurance.



How Pranil Education Services can help.

Pranil Education Services is one of the leading name in Canada Visa Consulting Services. We have the knowledge and experience to help you throughout the process. We provide:

  • Entire Visa application support.
  • Assistance in Job search.
  • Assistance in documentation.
  • Regular follow-up & update.
  • Visa interview preparation.

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If immigration to Canada is your dream than Pranil Education Services is going to help you with all possible out comes.   Canada has one of the most smooth and simplified immigration policies in the world. The Canadian government has a plan to welcome over 2,00,000 new immigration each year from different parts of world. This makes Canada the most ideal country for new-comers to move to Canada and secure Canadian Permanent Residence. A PR visa in Canada, gives the immigrant the right to live and work in Canada.   What are the Eligibility Requirements ? You need to score 67 points out of 100 points. You need to score good bands in IELTS exam. Your work occupation should be listed in Canada’s demand list. You need to maintain funds in your account. You need to Provide papers for your employment, education, language proficiency, etc. Points Required for Canadian Permanent Resident Card To eligible for a Canada PR Visa, one has to score 67 points out of 100 points under points-based system:   Age Maximum 12 points Work Experience Maximum 15 points Adoptability Maximum 10 points Education Maximum 25 points Language Proficiency Maximum 28 points Arranged Employment Maximum 10 points What are the Documents Required for Canada PR? Valid passport. Medical & police clearance certificate. IELTS score card. Employment experience letters. Proof of funds and identity. ECA report. Canada Work Permit About the author : Share this post : Facebook Twitter LinkedIn You may also like :

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New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program (NBPNP)

New Brunswick lies on the Atlantic Coast of Canada and is heavily forested. Most people who move to New Brunswick find they are welcomed into very friendly communities. New Brunswick is one of Canada’s smallest provinces. The New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program is a Canada PNP that offers unique pathways for Permanent Residency. Overseas nationals who aspire to immigrate to Canada and obtain PR have several options through the New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program. The immigration streams are designed for attracting and retaining new immigrants who can cater to gaps in the labour market and meaningfully contribute to the local communities and economies. This can be an ideal Canada PNP option for you if you are seeking a perfect destination for building a career or raising a family. The Government of New Brunswick launched the New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program for assisting the growth of the population and economy of the province. Immigration streams under New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program • New Brunswick Post-Graduate Entrepreneurial Stream • New Brunswick Express Entry Labour Market Stream • New Brunswick Skilled Workers with Employer Support • New Brunswick Entrepreneurial Stream New Brunswick Post-Graduate Entrepreneurial Stream Post-Graduate Entrepreneurial Stream is aimed at overseas citizens who have studied and obtained graduation from a Post-secondary school in New Brunswick. They must also have set up a successful business in the province with minimum experience of 1 year with them. Applicants of the stream must have accomplished a lawful Post-secondary degree in the New Brunswick province. The candidates must have pursued studies full-time for a minimum of 2 years in a Post-secondary program. They must also have resided in the province for the duration of the academic program. Business Requirements To qualify for the Post-Graduate Entrepreneurial Stream, you must operate and own a running business in the province for at least 1 year with this you should also need to fulfil certain extra requirements. You must have whole ownership of the business and be involved actively in its day to day management. You must also obtain remuneration from your business that fulfils the minimum LICO – Low-Income Cut-Off with an extra 10%. The business has to be an entity for-profit with minimum of one Permanent Resident or Citizen of Canada as a full-time employee. Program Requirements New Brunswick Express Entry Laboure Market Stream New Brunswick Express Entry Labour Market Stream is designed to target high-skilled foreign workers who can contribute to the New Brunswick economy. This stream operates on an Expression of Interest (EOI) system, and will only accept EOIs from individuals who meet specific conditions, which are separate from the eligibility criteria for the stream. Candidates who are successfully nominated through the New Brunswick Express Entry Labour Market Stream will be invited to submit an official application for Canadian permanent residence. In order to be eligible for this stream, a candidate must have a running profile in Express Entry under the Federal Skilled Worker (FSW) program. Program Requirements New Brunswick Express Entry Labour Market Stream Points-Assessment-Grid New Brunswick Skilled Workers with Employer Support New Brunswick Skilled Workers with Employer Support stream is designed to target high-skilled foreign workers with a valid job offer from a New Brunswick employer. Candidates who are successfully nominated through the New Brunswick Skilled Workers with Employer Support stream will be automatically forwarded to IRCC to be evaluated for Canadian permanent residence. The province of New Brunswick regularly organizes events overseas for foreign nationals who wish to immigrate to Canada. To be eligible for the New Brunswick Skilled Worker Applicants with Employer Support stream, candidates must have a valid job offer from an eligible New Brunswick employer. The offer of employment must be for work at National Occupational Classification (NOC) Skill Level 0, A, or B. Program Requirements Points-Assessment-Grid Candidates must score a minimum of 60 of 100 points on the below selection factors to be eligible to apply to the New Brunswick Skilled Workers with Employer Support Stream. New Brunswick Entrepreneurial Stream The New Brunswick Entrepreneurial stream is one of the streams of the New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program (NBPNP), a Provincial Nominee Program (PNP), operated by the province of New Brunswick. New Brunswick Entrepreneurial Stream aimed at Senior Business Managers or experienced business owners who intend to reside in the province. Successful applicants must start a new business or buy an existing business in which they participate in the everyday management duties. Candidates must have sufficient work experience to demonstrate that they can successfully establish and run a business in New Brunswick. They must own at least one third (33.3%) of a business that they actively managed for at least three out of the last five years. To be eligible for the New Brunswick Entrepreneurial Stream, all candidates must demonstrate language proficiency in English or French consistent with CLB level 5. 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Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) 

Saskatchewan has a mixed economy along with lavish natural resources, reasonable living cost and relaxed and tranquil lifestyle making it an exceptional choice to live, work and settle with their family. The province’s beautiful, wide open spaces are surpassed by its warm, friendly and welcoming people. SINP is one of the easiest immigration programs of all because of the friendly and relaxed immigration policies in the world. Because of the apparent rise in the demand for highly skilled workers, Saskatchewan frequently issues invitations to apply for applicants dreaming of relocating to Canada with PR status through the Saskatchewan Immigration Nominee Program (SINP). Different Saskatchewan PNP immigration categories? Saskatchewan PNP permits the province to nominate applicants for PR Visa to the Government of Canada through 3 major immigration categories: • Saskatchewan Business Immigration Program • Saskatchewan International Skilled Worker Program • Saskatchewan Experience Program Saskatchewan Business Immigration Program 1. Entrepreneur The Saskatchewan Entrepreneur Sub-Category permits applicants and their families to obtain, start, or collaborate in a business in the province. Applicants must be involved actively in managing the business and reside in Saskatchewan. It has a process that includes 3 stages: • EOI – Expression of interest • Invite to submit an application • Nomination 2. International Graduate Entrepreneur This aims to assist overseas students who graduate from institutions in the province to remain in Saskatchewan as Entrepreneurs and attract investment for the business. 3. Farm Operators/Owners Individuals with farming experience who intend to buy and operate a farm in the province can apply for this sub-category of Saskatchewan. Successful candidates are directly offered the Canada PR Visa. It also has a pathway for young farmers who wish to establish themselves in Saskatchewan. Specific candidates can also arrive in Saskatchewan on a Provisional Work Permit during the processing of their PR Visa application. Saskatchewan International Skilled Worker Program International Skilled Worker Category is divided into 3 sub-streams: • Sub-Category Saskatchewan Express Entry • Sub-Category Saskatchewan Employment Offer • Sub-Category Saskatchewan Occupation-In-Demand 1. Saskatchewan Express Entry Skilled workers who are in the federal Express Entry Pool and who wish to reside and work in Saskatchewan can apply for this sub-stream. Candidates having evidence of legal status in Canada and those who are outside Canada both can apply to this sub-category. 2. Saskatchewan Employment Offer Candidates having evidence of legal status in Canada and those who are outside Canada both can apply to this sub-category. Skilled workers who possess an employment offer for a skilled occupation in the province can opt for Saskatchewan immigration through this sub-stream. 3. Saskatchewan Occupation-In-Demand Skilled workers who do not have an employment offer but are highly skilled in an occupation that is in demand in Saskatchewan can apply for this sub-stream in Saskatchewan PNP. Candidates having evidence of legal status in Canada and those who are outside Canada both can apply to this sub-category. The list of occupations that are not included in this sub-stream is published by SINP. Saskatchewan Experience Program Health Professional Nurses Physicians and other health professionals who are working in Saskatchewan province for a minimum of 6 months and have a valid Provisional Work Permit can apply for this sub-stream. Saskatchewan Student Stream Overseas students who have graduated from a post-secondary institution in Canada or Saskatchewan province can apply for this sub-stream. It is further divided into 2 sub-categories: • Students who graduate from an institute in the Province of Saskatchewan • Students who graduate from a Canadian institute Skilled Worker having Existing Work Permit Skilled workers who are working in Saskatchewan province for a minimum of 6 months and have a valid Work Permit can apply for this sub-stream. Hospitality Sector Pilot Project Overseas nationals who are working in Saskatchewan province for a minimum of 6 months in one of the 3 occupations can apply for this sub-stream. Semi-Skilled Agriculture Worker having Existing Work Permit Semi-skilled agricultural workers who are working in Saskatchewan province for a minimum of 6 months and have a valid Work Permit can apply for this sub-stream. Long Haul Truck Drivers This sub-stream allows the Long Haul Truck Drivers working in Saskatchewan province and having a valid Provisional Work Permit to apply for Canada PR Visa. Documents required for applying for SINP This sub-stream allows the Long Haul Truck Drivers working in Saskatchewan province and having a valid Provisional Work Permit to apply for Canada PR Visa. • At least one-year of paid work experience in the past ten years related to the relevant field of education or training, in a highly-skilled occupation (NOC 0, A, or B) • Legal documents validating the resident status • License proof of professional operation in Saskatchewan • At least one year of education and training in post-secondary education from a Canadian equivalent recognized educational institution. • Evidence of sufficient funds needed to settle in Saskatchewan • A minimal score of 4 in the Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) Processing Time for Saskatchewan PNP The approximate processing time for SINP is 3 to 5 months. Generally it base on the different immigration schemes as follow below: • Occupation In-Demand Category: 4 – 5 months • Saskatchewan Express Entry: 4 months • Employment Offer Category: 1 – 2 months How to calculate points for Saskatchewan PNP? Candidate’s application for provincial nomination under SINP is assessed based on the factors like education, work experience, language proficiency, age and adaptability to the province. Candidates need a minimum 60 points to be eligible for provincial nomination. Age: At the time of or before the submission of an application to SINP, you must be less than 50 years of age. A maximum of 12 points can be secured for this factor. Education: You must possess a fine educational background from a renowned University or Tertiary educational institute. Otherwise, specialization/educational requirements can differ under special circumstances based on occupation. A maximum of 23 points can be secured for this factor Work Experience: You must have a minimum of three years of relevant, paid, and full-time work experience in

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Nova Scotia Immigration Nominee Program (NSINP)

Nova Scotia is on the east coast of Canada. The province offers a high quality of life where you can get a good education and explore career opportunities. Explore their technology and communication services. Nova Scotia welcomes you to a safe and secure environment with freedom and opportunities for a great future. Nova Scotia requires extremely skilled professionals from various fields with opportunities of learning, working and living a better and totally new life. The Nova Scotia Nominee Program (NSNP) is a fast way to attain Canada PR Visa and relocate there. Nova Scotia aims at prospective applicants through one of the Nova Scotia PNP streams by considering their human capital factors and experience that it needs to build the communities and economy of the province. What are the different Immigration streams under NSNP? You can immigrate to Nova Scotia under following programs: • Nova Scotia Experience: Express Entry • Nova Scotia Skilled Worker • Nova Scotia Demand: Express Entry • Nova Scotia International Graduate Entrepreneur • Nova Scotia Entrepreneur • Nova Scotia Physicians • Nova Scotia Labour Market Priorities • Nova Scotia Occupations In Demand Nova Scotia Experience: Express Entry Nova Scotia Experience: Express Entry is one of the streams of the Nova Scotia Nominee Program (NSNP), a Provincial Nominee Program (PNP), operated by the province of Nova Scotia. This stream is designed to target newcomers with work experience in Nova Scotia who will be able integrate into Nova Scotia’s workforce long term. Aligned with the federal Express Entry system, successful applicants to the Nova Scotia Experience: Express Entry stream receive a 600 point boost to their Express Entry profiles, virtually guaranteeing them an Invitation to Apply (ITA) for Canadian permanent residence. Program Requirements Nova Scotia Skilled Worker This stream is designed to assist Nova Scotia employers to recruit international workers in order to fill gaps in the labour force. This program is an excellent option for foreign workers and recently graduated international students who have a job offer from a Nova Scotia employer. Through this program, employers who have been unable to fill positions with Canadian citizens or permanent residents may provide job offers to interested foreign workers to facilitate their immigration. Program Requirements Nova Scotia Demand: Express Entry This stream is designed to target newcomers who will be able to fill shortages in Nova Scotia’s labour forces by quickly and easily integrating into the workforce. This stream is divided into two separate categories with unique program requirements and application procedures: Nova Scotia Nova Scotia Demand: Express Entry – Category A: Express Entry The Nova Scotia Demand: Express Entry Category A has one central requirement which distinguishes it from Category B. Category A requires all applicants to have a full-time, skilled job offer from a Nova Scotia employer. In addition, applicants also must meet the general program requirements which are largely aligned with requirements for Express Entry candidates. To be eligible for the Nova Scotia Demand: Express Entry stream, candidates must score at least 67 points on the province’s points assessment grid. Program Requirements Nova Scotia Demand: Express Entry – Category B The Nova Scotia Demand: Express Entry Category B has one central requirement which distinguishes it from Category A. Category B requires all applicants to have a minimum of 12-months of full-time, skilled work experience in one of Nova Scotia’s in-demand occupations. In addition, applicants must meet the general program requirements which are largely aligned with requirements for Express Entry candidates. Program Requirements Nova Scotia International Graduate Entrepreneur This stream is designed to target recent graduates of a Nova Scotia university or Nova Scotia Community College. Applicants must have already started or bought a Nova Scotia business and operated it for at least one year. This program is by invitation only. Interested candidates must submit an Expression of Interest (EOI). After submitting an EOI the candidate will be assigned a score based on the Nova Scotia International Graduate Entrepreneur points grid. The applicants with the most competitive scores will be invited to submit an official application to the program. Program Requirements Nova Scotia Entrepreneur This stream is designed to target experienced business owners or senior business managers who want to live in Nova Scotia. Successful applicants must start a new business or buy an existing business in which they participate in the day-to-day management duties. After operating the business for one year, the entrepreneur may be nominated for permanent resident. Program Requirements Nova Scotia Physicians The stream is designed to assist Nova Scotia health organizations to recruit highly skilled foreign doctors to fill labour shortages in the province’s health sector. Physicians who are successful through this program will be able to apply for Canadian permanent resident status. This stream is ideal for physicians who have secured a valid job offer from one of the eligible health sector employers in Nova Scotia. Program Requirements Nova Scotia Labor Market Priorities This stream is designed to target workers with experience in extremely high-demand occupations or those with proficiency in the province’s language priorities. The program sometimes announces occupations in advance of an intake, but sometimes occupations are not announced and candidates are invited directly from the Express Entry pool. This stream selects candidates with work experience in extremely high-demand occupations or those with proficiency in the province’s language priorities. Aligned with the federal Express Entry system, successful applicants to the Nova Scotia Labor Market Priorities stream receive a 600 point boost to their Express Entry profiles, virtually guaranteeing them an Invitation to Apply (ITA) for Canadian permanent residence. Program Requirements Nova Scotia Occupations In Demand This stream targets workers holding a job offer from a Nova Scotia employer in an in demand field. Nova Scotia has announced that this stream will be run as a three-year pilot program, during which the eligible occupations will change. Presently, the only occupations eligible for this program are NOC 3413 (nurses’ aides, orderlies and patient service associates), NOC 7511 (transport truck drivers), NOC 7521 (Heavy equipment operators (except crane)), and NOC 7611 (Construction

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Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP)

The MPNP – Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program chooses candidates for immigration to Manitoba depending on the specific economic needs of the province. Manitoba has a special agreement with the Immigration, Refugees & Citizenship Canada (IRCC) that allows them to select immigrants with skills and experience that are targeted by the province for permanent resident status in the province. The program aims to be responsive to the labour market needs of the province and its wider economic priorities. The requirements of the labour market are communicated through a regularly updated occupation in-demands list. Province of Manitoba also invites exploratory visits from francophone skilled immigrants that are aimed to help integrate into the province more quickly on a permanent basis. The four broad immigration pathways under MPNP are: • Skilled Worker Overseas Pathway • Skilled Worker in Manitoba Pathway • International Education Pathway • Business Investor Pathway Skilled Worker Overseas Pathway Skilled Worker Overseas Immigration Pathway has a dedicated express Entry stream and a straight Provincial stream as well. The Skilled Workers Stream is locally driven and based on the needs of Manitoba employers. It targets overseas skilled workers who are skilled and trained in highly demanded occupations in Manitoba. Applicants and spouses having close family connections are prioritized. The other priority factors include proficiency in language, training, and work experience for quickly finding jobs. The Skilled Workers Overseas pathway nominates applicants who demonstrate an established connection to Manitoba through: • Through previous education or work experience in the province • Through an Invitation to Apply received directly from the MPNP as part of a Strategic Recruitment Initiative • The support of family members or friends Skilled Worker in Manitoba Pathway The Skilled Workers in Manitoba pathway empowers you to take charge of your proven success finding employment in Manitoba. This stream is based to meet the demands of the specific needs of provincial employers. Priority is given to the immigrants with a strong connection to Manitoba. It is further divided into 2 sub-categories: • Manitoba Work Experience Pathway This category is for applicants who are working currently in Manitoba on a Provisional Work Visa. It includes provisional workers and overseas graduates from Post-secondary institutions in Canada. Candidate must be living and/or working in the province at the time of application and must have a long-term, full-time job offer that must meet the province’s employment and wage standards. The position offered to candidate must not be home-based, part-time, temporary, seasonal or commission-based. • Employer Direct Recruitment Pathway This stream is for overseas applicants who have job offers from authorized employers in Manitoba. Candidate should have minimum of 2 years of work experience in the past 5 years that must be relevant to the job offered. They need to show intent to live in the province. Age of candidate must be between 21-45 years. With long-term and a full-time job offer that meet the province’s employment and wage standards for the occupation. International Education Pathway This pathway is for overseas graduates from Universities and Colleges in Manitoba. Candidates applying for a nomination from MPNP are not required to work for 6 months in their field now. It is divided into 3 sub-categories: • Student Entrepreneur Pathway Manitoba PNP’s Student Entrepreneur Pathway is for international graduates from the province who wants to start a business in Manitoba. The applicants are required to fulfil the Business Performance Agreement conditions before receiving a nomination for Canada PR Visa. Candidate must complete a full-time post-secondary program in Manitoba with a minimum duration of five years with age between 21 to 35 years of age. • Career Employment Pathway This pathway is for international graduates in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, or STEM subjects, who want to live in the province as a permanent resident. Overseas graduate applicants who have a job offer in one of the In-Demand Occupations in Manitoba are not required to work for 6 months before the application. Candidate must have graduated in past 3 years from a designated post-secondary Manitoba educational institution. They need to show an intention to continue to live in the province that includes the submission of a Career employment plan. • Graduate Internship Pathway The Pathway Graduate Internship is aimed at Doctorate and Post-graduate Degree holders. Their nomination is expedited through internships that contribute to innovation in industries in Manitoba. Graduates with completed Elevate or Mitacs Accelerate internships can submit applications upon graduation. Having a job offer is not obligatory. Candidate must be residing in the province at the time of application, must show an intention to continue living in the province and a submission of Career Employment Plan that shows opportunities for a successful career track in the province. Business Investor Pathway The Business Investor Pathway is for qualified overseas entrepreneurs and business investors. In this stream, candidates are first issued a temporary work permit and must have the ability to start or purchase a business in the province within 2 years of arrival. It is divided into 2 sub-categories: • Entrepreneur Pathway This pathway is for candidates who wish to start a business in the province and are initially offered a Provisional Work Visa. Candidates who start a business outside of Winnipeg are offered priority. Nomination for Canada PR Visa is offered to them after the establishment of a business that fulfils the Business Performance Agreement conditions. • Farm Investor Pathway It allows the province to recruit and nominate eligible foreign business owners to purchase or co-own an existing business in the first two years of arrival in the province on the temporary work permit. They are initially offered a Provisional Work Visa. What are the documents required for Manitoba PNP? • Valid Passport • Identity proof • Proof of funds • Academic educational certificates • Police and Health clearance certificates • Evidence of language proficiency Candidate can be asked to submit other documents depending on the stream under which the candidate has applied for a provincial nomination through MPNP What is the processing time for

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British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP)

BRITISH COLUMBIA PROVINCIAL NOMINEE PROGRAM (BC PNP) A province situated on Canada’s western coast, British Columbia is amongst the top destinations for Canadian immigration due to its economic growth and labour market demands. The British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP) is an economic immigration program administered by the Government of British Columbia’s Immigration Programs Branch. The program enables the province to select and nominate foreign workers, international students and entrepreneurs to help meet B.C.’s labour market needs, support government priorities, and help grow B.C.’s economy. If you are nominated, you and your family can apply to IRCC to become a permanent resident of Canada. What are different BC PNP Immigration Pathways? There are three major immigration streams under British Columbia PNP: Skills Immigration Express Entry BC Entrepreneur Immigration British Columbia Skill Immigration British Columbia Skills Immigration is a collection of immigration streams contained within the British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP), a Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) operated by the province of British Columbia. Through the BC Skills Immigration streams, workers and international graduates with the skills, education, and/or experience required to successfully contribute to the BC economy may be nominated for Canadian permanent residence. Skilled and semi-skilled workers in highly demanded occupations in British Columbia can apply through Skills Immigration that adopts an invitation system based on points.  These streams are also further divided into different sub-categories:  British Columbia International Post-Graduate Skilled and semi-skilled workers in highly demanded occupations in British Columbia can apply through Skills Immigration that adopts an invitation system based on points. British Columbia Skilled Worker This sub-category allows the skilled workers with a job offer from the provincial employer to apply for BC PNP provincial nomination. You need to have minimum required work experience in a skilled occupation. British Columbia Healthcare Professional This sub-category allows professionals in the healthcare industry like physicians, nurses, psychiatric nurses, or allied health professionals with the job offer and work experience to apply for provincial nomination. British Columbia International Graduate This sub-category allows the recently graduated international students from an eligible educational institution in the past three years to apply for provincial nomination. You need to have a job offer to be eligible for this sub-category. British Columbia Semi-Skilled and Entry Level Worker  This immigration sub-category is for a semi-skilled or entry-level position in various industries like hospitality/ tourism, long haul trucking, food processing, or for those working in a semi-skilled or entry-level position, working and living in the Northeast Development Region of the province. British Columbia Express Entry British Columbia Express Entry is a swifter pathway for qualified skilled workers to migrate to the province. In this stream, British Columbia can search for skilled candidates in the express entry pool and invite them to apply for a provincial nomination. BC Express Entry has an invitation system based on points. It is a completely digital process for registration and application for both PNP BC and PR processes. This immigration stream is termed Express Entry British Columbia (EEBC). The Express Entry BC PNP requirements that you must fulfil to qualify under this stream are:   Have accepted an indeterminate, permanent job offer from a local employer. The job must be a skilled occupation under National Occupational Classification Skill level B, A, or 0. Have a minimum of two years of work experience directly related to the job offered Be qualified for or have legal immigration standing in the country Possess a Profile Number in Express Entry and an IRCC Express Entry Job Seeker Validation Code. It demonstrates that you have the minimum qualifications for any one of the 3 schemes under IRCC Express Entry. Be qualified to work in the job role offered to you in the province Demonstrate that you can take care of yourself and your dependents Possess a work offer in line with the established employment rates in BC for the specified line-of-work Fulfil the minimum language requirements British Columbia Entrepreneur Immigration British Columbia Entrepreneur Immigration category is for experienced Entrepreneurs who intend to actively manage a business in the province. It has an invitation system based on points and the applicants must possess the required investment and personal funds. Entrepreneurs with noteworthy personal net worth and overseas firms with high yearly revenue can migrate to the province by establishing fresh enterprises in British Columbia. There are two sub-categories under BC entrepreneur immigration: Entrepreneur Immigration – Regional Pilot: This category allows experienced businessmen to run their own business in smaller communities in British Columbia. Entrepreneur Immigration Base Category: This immigration category is for business owners or senior managers who want to invest intro proposed business in British Columbia BC PNP Tech Pilot Program The Tech Pilot program of British Columbia is aimed at overseas nationals employed in any one of the in-demand technology occupations of the province. To be eligible for BC PNP Tech Pilot, an applicant is required to have a full-time job offer from an eligible employer of the province. It is aligned with the Skills Immigration stream of the province. British Columbia’s tech sector is one of the main pillars for the economic growth of the province. The demand for talent in British Columbia’s technology sector is growing faster than the supply.Tech Pilot enables qualified overseas citizens to access quicker processing and extra resources via applications. What are the documents required for BC PNP? A valid passport A Job-Offer Letter Educational certificates (degree, diploma, and certificates) Work-Related Reference Letters Language proficiency (IELTS) Civil identity proof (age, name, date of birth must be mentioned) Evidence that you can support yourself (and your dependents if applicable) Documents that show you have or be eligible for legal immigration status in Canada Police certificate and clearance What is the processing time for British Columbia PNP? The estimated BC PNP processing time for nomination applications under Express Entry BC and Skills Immigration is around 2 to 3 months.  For applications through Entrepreneur Immigration, the estimated processing time is 6 weeks for the stage of Registration Score Notification from the

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