British Columbia stretches out Tech Pilot to June 2020
Two-year-old pilot gives quick track to Canadian perpetual living arrangement for tech laborers in 29 qualified occupations
British Columbia's Tech Pilot will proceed until June 2020, the area's worker chosen one program declared June 3.
Presented by the British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP) in 2017, the Tech Pilot gives an optimized pathway to Canadian lasting living arrangement for global ability with an offer of employment in one of the pilot's 29 qualified tech occupations.
The offer of employment must be at any rate one year in term and have at any rate 120 days staying on it at the season of utilization.
Qualified hopefuls in the Skilled Workers and International Graduates classifications of the BC PNP's Skills Immigration and Express Entry B.C. streams are issued solicitations to apply in week by week draws.
Express Entry hopefuls who apply for and get a commonplace designation from British Columbia get an extra 600 toward their positioning score and are organized for an encouragement to apply for Canadian lasting living arrangement.
The BC PNP said it is broadening the pilot "to give B.C. tech businesses with the proceeded with capacity to enroll and hold worldwide ability."