British Columbia has raised its immigration allocation

May 18, 2016
The province of Canada, British Columbia, has witnessed a small increase in its overall yearly nomination allocation for the provincial nominee program of British Columbia (BCPNP), with the statistics increasing to 5,800 from 5500 for this year.

British Columbia has raised its immigration allocation

Previously this year the British Columbia government had requested the Canadian government to increase the immigrant numbers who could visit this province through its nominee program.  Although it is a small increase, but it has made this provincial nominee program (BCPNP), the biggest PNP program in Canada by yearly allocation, leaving behind both the Alberta and Ontario Immigrant Nominee Programs.

It was busy few months for this provincial nominee program. In the month of January, BC had started a system of intake management that let this province to priorities applicants for the provincial nomination.

The Registration System for Skills Immigration (SIRS) is a system based on points where applicants get a score based on the data they gave at the time of registration. This score would specify whether an applicant gets an ITA for nomination from this provincial nominee program through Express Entry and Skills Immigration streams.

In July month previous year, a compulsory system of online registration was started for all probable candidates to this provincial nominee program of British Columbia Entrepreneur immigration stream. At large, around 200 enrollments might be accepted every month, and the BC PNP would invite the high scoring registrants for submitting the applications.

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