British Columbia’s economic growth depends on having enough skilled and qualified people to meet labour market needs.
British Columbia’s economic growth depends on having enough skilled and qualified people to meet labour market needs. The BC Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP) is a way for high-demand foreign workers and experienced entrepreneurs to gain permanent residency in B.C.
BC PNP operational updates relating to the COVID-19 outbreak
Read the latest information and updates about the BC PNP.
See the latest minimum scores that have led to an invitation to apply to the BC PNP.
Learn about immigration fraud and scams, and how to report them.
Get the documents you’ll need to register for and apply to the BC PNP.
See the list of BC PNP fees.
See if you qualify to apply through Skills Immigration, Express Entry BC, or the Entrepreneur Immigration pathway.
See the latest estimated application processing times for people who have been invited to apply.
The BC PNP has extended the Tech Pilot to June 2021. Find out what this means for B.C.’s tech sector.
The Entrepreneur Immigration — Regional Pilot has been opened to B.C. communities. Find out more about the pilot here.
Understand what employers need to do to support Skills Immigration or Express Entry BC applications.
Find out how to work with someone who can help you navigate the BC PNP process.
Learn how Educational Credential Assessments can improve your registration score.
Find out which BC PNP categories require valid language tests, and how to take a test.
Do you need additional information or help? Contact the BC PNP.
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