The British Columbia provincial nominations highly considered Express Entry candidates who made it to the nomination. They were awarded a plus 600 points, which gave them an edge on their Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) positions. While it may not have looked like it, the points are very crucial. Simply put, they are an easy-way guarantee the candidates an invitation to reside permanently under Express Entry.
The 600 points virtually guarantee they will obtain a permanent residence invitation under Express Entry. All the same, Skilled individuals only required a valid registration with the SIRS to apply for the invitation.
September didn’t only get busy for British Columbia in terms of organizing for tie provincial nominations event. The strategies set in place for all PNP categories were so intense that B.C. realized seven great draws. Correspondingly, over 1430 individuals were invited to try their luck for getting permanent residence in the country.
What’s Next for the Applicants?
Like an interview of a job position, applicants have to do more beyond receiving an invitation and waiting for a response. They have 30 days from receipt to register themselves online and send a copy of their application form through BC ONP. If you are among the many, the only thing you can do at this point is to sit and wait for feedback. However, it’s not a guarantee that you’ll get a positive one or any at all. The approval is another detailed process.
Can You Increase Your Chance of Getting Approved?
The BC PNP online registration system requires candidates to meet specific requirements to get approved. You ought to have a great offer for a sure source of income from a reputable employer. Simply put, the position should be in B.C. and be excellent and promising enough to support you comfortably throughout the application process.