British Columbia announced 31 further invitations below its tech pilot draw on August 1, 2018. The letters were released to qualified skill immigration and Express Entry Applicants having the job offer in any of 29 key technology-related professions.
The candidates in both Express Entry British Columbia (E.E.B.C) Skilled Worker and foreign Graduate Categories were invited with a score of 91 in the Registration System of province’s Skills Immigration.
Skilled Immigration candidates in the world graduate category with a score of 91 were also announced invitations as skilled immigration applicants in the category of the skilled worker with S.I.R.S score of at least 84 points.
The least points were granted in the subsequent categories:
- For British Columbia Express Entry – Skilled Worker, the least score was 91 points
- For British Columbia Express Entry – International Graduate, the least score was 91 points
- For SI- Stream of Skilled Worker, the least score was 84 points
- For SI- Stream of International Graduate, the least score was 91 points
The stream of tech pilot was begun in 2017 to bring and maintain skilled workers and foreign graduates have skills needed by the technology sector of the province. The pilot stream was last renewed in June 2018 and continued until June 2019.
The applicants getting the provincial nomination from the province of British Columbia are authorized to get 600 extra points below the Comprehensive Ranking System.
The interested candidates for British Columbia P.N.P should first present an online profile with the B.C P.N.P’s Registration System of Skills Immigration (S.I.R.S) and finish the application form. The candidate receives the score for their educational qualification, age, work experience, the ability of language and other factors.