Immigrate to BCPNP as a Semi-skilled Worker
The fastest way to immigrate to Canada is through the British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP). The BCPNP offers faster processing times than the ever popular Express Entry system, boasting processing times of as little as two to three months! Canada has 11 different Provincial Nominee Programs (PNPs), each with its own set of criteria and categories. Each PNP is aimed at targeting thriving sectors which have a shortage in experienced workers. These immigration programs allow each province to fill these labour gaps with foreign skilled, semi- and unskilled workers. Applicants are required to submit an Expression of Interest (EOI) to the respective province and if successful, will receive an invitation to apply for permanent residence.
Requirements of unskilled worker in BC:
- 1）Have permanent job offer from BC employer.
- 2) Meet the wage standard of BC province.
- 3）CLB 4 or above
- 4）Bachelor degree or above
- 5）9-12 months working（NOC C, D）
- 6）Meet LICO
Semi-skilled In-demand Jobs in British Columbia
- Kitchen Helper ;
- Fish & Seafood Plant Workers;
- Hotel Front Desk Clerks;
- Food and Beverage Servers.
1. Assess eligibility
2. Submit your resume
3. Apply for academic certification
1. Land in Canada and arrange an employer interview
2. Get Job Offer
3. Applying for an LMIA is approximately 6 months
1. Apply for a work permit
2. Start working for 9 to 12 months
Apply for nomination from B.C. for 3 months
Apply to the Federal CIC for a Maple Leaf Card
- 1. Plenty Job Offers provided each month
- 2. No related work experience and tax record requirement
- 3. Employer interview arranged within two months after sign Contract
- 4. Submit PNP application after working for at least 9 ( or 12 ) months
- 5. Reliable Canadian employers and meet the Provincial Nominee requirements
- 6. 8 months landing Canada & enjoy welfare system
The most stable, safest and most economical immigration project
- 1. Work Experience
You need to be employed and working full-time (at least an average of 30 hours a week, year round) with the B.C. employer supporting your BCPNP application in any ELSS-eligible occupation for at least 9 consecutive months immediately prior to registering to the BCPNP.
- 2. Job Offer
You must hold an offer of indeterminate, full-time employment from an eligible BC employer. The Job Offer must be in an eligible National Occupational Classification (NOC) code Skill Level C or D.
- 3. Education
At a minimum, you must have successfully completed secondary education (graduated from high school) either within or outside of Canada.
- 4. Language
You will need to have a Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) score of at least 4 in English or French to be eligible.
More information about language proficiency is available in the SIRS section below.
- 5. Minimum income requirements
You must demonstrate that you meet minimum income requirements according to your
- (i) gross annual wage in the Job Offer,
- (ii) location of residence in BC, and
- (iii) number of dependants.
You can include your spouse/partner’s gross annual wage if they work in BC.