Provincial Nominee Program

Most provinces and territories in Canada can nominate immigrants through the Provincial Nominee Program (PNP). These immigrants must have the skills, education and work experience to contribute the economy of that province or territory, and must want to live there.

Please contact us when you are interested in BC PNP.

BC PROVINCIAL NOMINEE PROGRAM

Skills Immigration and Express Entry

Entrepreneur Immigration Program

Skills Immigration categories:

  • Skilled Worker – managers, professionals and skilled tradespeople

  • Healthcare Professional – physicians, registered nurses and other allied health care workers employed with provincial health authorities

  • International Graduate- with a degree or diploma from a Canadian college or university

  • International Post-Graduate-with a master’s or doctoral degree in the natural, applied or health sciences from a B.C. university.

  • Entry Level and Semi-Skilled – workers in tourism/hospitality, food processing and long-haul trucking, or entry level and semi-skilled workers who are residing in the Northeast Development Region of the province

1. Consult your eligibility

2. Create an online profile with BC PNP Online

3. Registration & Entered into a pool

4. Invited to submit application & pay fee

5. Approved & Nominated to apply to IRCC or PR

6. Maintain the conditions of your nomination until final decision

Entrepreneur Immigration Program

Eligibility>

Personal Net Worth: at least a minimum ofCAD $600,000 / legally obtained and verifiable

Business and/or work experience: more than 3 years of experience as an active business owner-manager, or more than four years of experience as a senior manger, or a combination of at least one year of experience as an active business owner-manager and at least 2 years of experience as a senior manager

English language proficiency: NOT a mandatory

Education: a minimum of two-year of post-secondary education

Previous visit(s) to B.C.

Age: no limitation

Canadian experience:

  • Canadian, full-time work experience: You have legally worked in Canada for at least 12 consecutive months in any occupation, which may include the active management of a business under your ownership in Canada.

  • Full-time studies in Canada: You have legally studied in Canada under a secondary or post-secondary program for at least 12 consecutive months (including scheduled breaks such as winter and summer breaks and holidays – a minimum of two consecutive semesters).  

1. Consult your eligibility

2. Create an online profile with BC PNP Online

3. Registration & Entered into a pool

4. Invited to submit application & pay fee

5. Approved & Nominated to apply to IRCC or PR

6. Maintain the conditions of your nomination until final decision

FAQ
I’m working in Canada and my current work permit is about to expire. Can I renew my work permit while my PNP application is processed?
  • Yes. You may be eligible for a bridging open work permit. If you are eligible, this permit can let you keep working while you wait for a final decision on your permanent residence application.

What is the Skills Immigration Registration System (SIRS)?
  • SIRS is a new points-based intake management system that will allow B.C. to select the highest impact candidates, not just first in line, ensuring strong outcomes for the province.

  • The system functions as an Expression of Interest – an online registration allows candidates to express an interest to apply to the BC PNP.

  • As it is a points-based system, you will receive a score based on the information you provide.

  • Your registration score will determine whether you will receive an invitation to apply under the BC PNP Skills Immigration and Express Entry BC streams.

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