Immigration Lawyers for The British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program
British Columbia is Canada’s province furthest to the West, between the Pacific Ocean and the Rocky Mountains. It is known for its rugged landscape, pristine lakes, mountains and rocky coastline with sandy beaches. It’s Canada’s third-most populous province and Vancouver is the largest city in British Columbia and the third-largest city in Canada with 2.6 million residents.
British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program Streams
There are several subcategories here:
Skilled Worker: a job offer is required
Healthcare Professional: a job offer is required in one of 11 occupations
International Graduate: graduation in Canada in the past 3 years plus a job offer from a B.C. employer is required
International Post-Graduate: a Masters degree from an eligible B.C. educational institution is required in natural, applied or health sciences programs.
Entry Level and Semi-Skilled Worker: certain in-demand workers who are at an entry-level or semi-skilled level in tourism/hospitality, food processing or long-haul trucking. It also covers those living in the Northeast Development Region of the province.
This category is for those who wish to invest in a new business.
Base Category: for senior managers or business owners
Regional Pilot: for those wishing to start a new business in a small community
Strategic Category: for foreign-controlled companies who wish to bring up to 5 key managerial, professional or technical employees
British Columbia PNP Frequently Asked Questions
How do I immigrate to B.C.?
There are three streams to immigrate: Skills Immigration, Express Entry BC and Entrepreneur and various sub-streams as well. Please contact [email protected] to learn more.
What is the weather in B.C.?
The coastal south has mild weather which can be rainy. Some parts are considered warm-summer Mediterranean. In Victoria, the average temperature is 11.2 °C (52.2 °F), the warmest in the country. Vancouver island has dry summers and wet rather than snowy winters. Central regions do get snow but also warm and even hot summers.
Is healthcare free in B.C.?
Yes. The Medical Services Plan has no cost.
Is there snow in B.C.?
Central regions do get snow but also warm and even hot summers. The south coast does not really gets now.
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