British Columbia is one of the developed states of Canada therefore it is the hotspot destination for skilled migrants from all over the world. Thousands of skilled applicants apply for the British Columbia PNP program but a handful of them are selected, those who meet all the eligibility requirements of British Columbia. In the year 2016, a new scoring system was introduced by the British Columbia authorities to make it an easy pathway to skilled individuals in Canada. An applicant needs to meet the special eligibility criteria set by the British Columbia immigration authority apart from other eligibility criteria to apply for permanent residency.
How Do I Calculate my SIRS (Skilled Immigration Registration System) Points?
The Skilled immigration registration system (SIRS) is the more special system to calculate the immigration score taking into account several factors to make an immigration candidate eligibility assessment. The different factors are listed belowThe requirement of BC job offers of Skill level
To apply for the British Columbia PNP program candidates must have a full-time employment offer letter from the British Columbia employer willing to support you and invite you for employment. Also if you are holding a degree from British Columbia, you don't need to have an employment offer letter. After this, you can submit your application and you will be allotted with certain points based on the above mention criteria. With this score and you're profiled will be then entered into the Express Entry pool along with the profiles of other candidates. British Columbia invites the highest-ranking applicants on priority bases, therefore if you have a good immigration score you will gain more advantage over the other countries.