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Express Entry for British Columbia
The Express Entry Scheme of British Columbia province intakes eligible and high potential candidates in a swift way and helps them to get through the BCPNP and PR process easily.
The candidates (who are to be employed) gets classified under the following category:
- Skilled Workers
- International Post Graduate
- International Graduate
Added to it the candidates need to be eligible for one of the economic immigration process to get into the Express Entry pool:
- Federal Skilled Worker
- Federal Skilled Trades
- Canadian Experience Class
EEBC- Skilled Worker Category (Includes Healthcare Professional)
- The skilled worker category is to drive in the potential international workers for are eligible to meet the job demand existing in the province of BC.
- The candidate must have completed a minimum of secondary-level education in their country or should have got a trained certificate relevant to the job to which they got placed.
- The applicant’s job-based skill level must match any one of the occupation under NOC 0, A, B.
- The candidate must have got selected for a full-time job opportunity by a recognized employer operating in the province of BC.
- The experience of paid Co-op worker will be taken into consideration provided if it is a full-time job.
EEBC- without job offer- British Columbia- International Post Graduate Category
Applicant’s who have completed a post-graduate or doctorate degree from a recognized British Columbian university or college in the last three years from the date of applying for EEBC International Post-graduate Stream are found to be eligible provided if their course falls under the following streams:
- Biological and Biomedical Sciences
- Computer and Information Science and Supportive services
- Engineering Technology
- Health Professions and Related Clinical Sciences
- Mathematics and Statistics
- Natural Resources conservation and research
- Physical Sciences
The candidate must show intention to settle in the province of BC that includes the current details like:
- Length of stay in current or previous residence in BC.
- The way they are related to BC either through study or work or family.
- Intentional activities to settle in province like finding a job etc.
EEBC- without job offer- British Columbia- International Graduate Category
- Under graduate students who have completed their studies from a recognized university or college of BC not more than three years from the date of submitting the Express Entry application.
- If the graduate is a diploma holder then it must be attained from a public post-secondary institution of Canada, and private educational institute’s certificate is found to be invalid.
- The under-graduation or diploma program must cover a minimal period of eight months of study.
- If the candidate spents more than 25% of their graduation time in a internship or co-operative work then their certification is found to be invalid.