EE BC PNP

  • The BC Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP) from 2001


  • As an economic immigration Program for people who want to permanently settle in BC


  • Providing a path for experienced foreign workers and entrepreneurs to move


  • After being nominated by the BC province and passing the health and safety check of the federal government immigration office


  • The applicant and the children of his/her spouse can obtain the Canadian permanent residence visa and get the PR card.

Skilled Worker program and Unskilled Worker program.


  • Skilled Worker


  • Language ability: CLB4 (English test that is similar IELTS) or above


  • Work experience: minimum two years of directly related full-time (or full-time equivalent) work experience in the skilled occupation that has been offered to you-Have indeterminate, full-time job offer from an eligible. B.C. employer at a wage that meets industry standards


  • Meet minimum income requirements



Entry and Semi-Skilled Worker


  • Language ability: CLB4 or above


  • Education: completion of secondary education and any licensing or certification required for your job


  • Work experience: working full-time (at least an average of 30 hours a week, year round) with the B.C. employer supporting your BC PNP application in any ELSS-eligible occupation for at least nine consecutive months immediately prior to registering to the BC PNP.


  • Have indeterminate, full-time employment from an eligible B.C. employer, in an eligible NOC C or D occupation, at a wage that meets industry standards


  • Meet minimum income requirements



Requirements of Employers


  • Be established as an employer in good standing in B.C. And must have one of the following business structures:


  1. incorporated or extra-provincially registered


  1. registered as a limited liability partnership in B.C.


  1. an eligible public sector or non-profit employer


  • Have indeterminate, full-time employees

  1. If your employer is located within the Greater Vancouver Regional District, your employer must have at least five indeterminate, full-time employees (or full-time equivalents) in B.C.


  1. If your employer is located outside of the Greater Vancouver Regional District, your employer must have at least three indeterminate, full-time employees (or full-time equivalents) in B.C.


  • Have a history of good workplace and business practices


  • Sign an employer declaration


  • Meet domestic labour market recruitment requirements


  • A job offer for a full-time, indeterminate* position


  • Offer a market wage rate that meets industry standards

Application Process

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