Understand the factors affecting your BC PNP points?
BC PNP (British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program) brought the Skills Immigration Registration System (SIRS) into the picture. It supervises provincial nomination applications sent by skilled immigrants.
SIRS helps British Columbia choose the most skilled workers for its labour market through its points-based registration system. You don’t get permanent residency through this application.
Your SIRS is affected by the following major economic factors:
- The National Occupational Classification (NOC) skill level of your job in the province helps prioritise in-demand professions.
- Your annual takeaway salary is a major deciding factor that will help you successfully settle in the province.
- Job location.
Factors affecting your chances of settling in British Columbia include:
- Relevant work experience
- Level of educational qualification
- Proficiency in the English language