Updated: Jun 3, 2021
SOURCE BC PNP: https://www.welcomebc.ca/Immigrate-to-B-C/B-C-Provincial-Nominee-Program/BC-PNP-Tech-Pilot
BC PNP's Tech Pilot immigration program is aimed at supporting certain economic sectors in recruiting and retaining top skilled international talent within the beautiful province of British Columbia, Canada.
How is the Tech Pilot different?
The Tech pilot offers weekly "Tech Only" invitations to apply (ITA) to qualified candidates.
There are currently 29 eligible occupations named in BC PNP's list.
Priority processing for tech applications.
Some flexibility on job offer duration from the regular requirements.
There is a dedicated BC PNP concierge service to assist employers.
Which occupations are currently eligible for BC PNP's Tech Pilot program?
When people hear "tech pilot" one may assume a narrower definition of eligible occupations.
However BC PNP's current list of 29 Eligible Occupations for the BC PNP Tech Pilot has some surprises:
If you think that your occupation fits one of the National Occupation Classification (NOC) description of one of the occupations listed above, then you may potentially qualify to apply under BC PNP's tech pilot. You will need to provide relevant supporting documents demonstrating how you meet all the requirements of the program.
It's important to note that you must meet all program requirements both at the time of registration to seek a nomination, and then at the time of application (if nominated).
If you wish for us to assess your details to see if you qualify for BC PNP or another immigration program, please fill out our no-commitment secure online questionnaire.
Alternatively, if you have specific questions about your case, you can book a consultation with our Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant (RCIC). We are legally authorized under the Canadian Immigration Refugee Protection Act (IRPA) & Citizenship Act to provide legal advice and client representation on immigration & citizenship matters. Ensure you are dealing with an Authorized Representative by verifying their details with the ICCRC directory.
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