Making an application for British Columbia PNP requires a series of details and areas to be fulfilled. An immigrant planning to make an application must follow the given criteria:
Criteria to be fulfilled by the applicant
• An applicant should have worker for a full time job for a continuous period of nine months before he submits his application.
• Someone who has earned a work experience as a part of study program would not be getting any advantage out of it, this means he has to work separately.
The Industries qualifying for the application
British Columbia is rich in tourism, hospitality, food processing and long haul trucking industries. These industries are suffering from a shortfall in the number of labors and the vacancies are considerably higher.
The employers of these industries have made enough efforts to get the vacancies filled by the natives and also to retain the existing employees. For this adequate training is imparted to the existing employees, yet, there is a shortage of workers. The employers in the mentioned sectors have submitted required document to prove that the vacancies cannot be filled up by the natives and hence they need to hire immigrants to get the work done.
Someone who is already present in Canada and is earning a wage then the new job should offer him either equal or even more wage, this has to be mentioned in the contract.
The emoluments should be equivalent to what a worker is already receiving for the same kind of job holding the same kind of experiment as the applicant. Any other extra benefit would not be a part of wage.
The applicant should complete a formal education of at least 12 years either in Canada or anywhere else. As a proof one has to submit a copy of the certificates obtained after successful completion of a given course.
An applicant should hold the original copy of the offer made by the employer, which should indicate that the job is full time and has no predetermined end date.
This document should be endorsed through signature by the employer or any other authorized person.
The letter should also show that there is a proper employee-employer relationship between the applicant and his hirer, any individual hired through a contract would be disqualified from making an application.
An applicant has to prove a valid score showing his proficiency in either of the National Languages, English or French. This document should come from any of the approved institutions so that they stand true. An applicant should qualify in all the four strands of language, that is Listening, Speaking, Reading and Writing.
Someone keen to moving to British Columbia should be thorough with the rules and meet all the requirements to ensure a fair chance of getting a job in the province. In the absence of any of the components one may get disqualified quite easily.