There was new progress made in the case of immigration to British Columbia. In a draw that happened on September 3rd, British Columbia issued invitations to 546 visa aspirants. These aspirants were selected through a draw that happened through the British Columbia Provincial Nominee program. This draw was conducted in the two streams of Express Entry and Skills Immigration.
The Skills Immigration Registration System(SIRS) selects candidates when they apply to this stream. The categories for which visa aspirants were selected for this stream were Skilled Worker, Semi-skilled, Entry Level, and International graduate categories.
The SIRS has its own points system. Let’s get to know what it is. A job offer is required for you to be selected as per these categories. Apart from that, the place where the job is situated affects the SIRS score. Apart from that, other factors that influence this score are the NOC code of your job. So, the occupations which are in demand get a high score. The salary of your job also affects your SIRS score. Other important factors are the kind of education you have, proficiency in the main language of English and how much education you have. The draw required someone to have scores above 90, i.e. between 93 and 100.
The following table indicates the scores for the various categories of this immigration draw.
|EEBC – Skilled Worker||96|
|SI – International Graduate||98|
|SI – Skiled Worker||93|
|SI – Entry Level & Semi-Skilled||77|
|EEBC – International Graduate||100|
Why to immigrate to British Columbia?
There is so much to do and explore in British Columbia. Its because the Canadian Rockies are situated here. Vancouver contains those buildings which were built when the British ruled Canada. Vancouver is a densely populated city of Canada with 5,400 residents living every square kilometer.
It’s amazing but Vancouver has the largest number of skyscrapers in the world than any other city. Sun Tower is the colonial-era building situated here. When it was built in 1912, the Sun Tower with its height of 84 meters was the highest building in Vancouver city. It has a steel dome which adds to its magnificence. This steel dome is covered with patina.
So, you can gaze at this building. Vancouver’s second tall building was the Dominion building with a height of 45 m. This is how Vancouver and its skyscrapers are a sight to behold. You can also stay in one of the pleasant hotels located here which has a towering height of 201 m. Living Shangri La is one of the most delightful places with 62 storeys.
You will no problem settling in Vancouver because it has a lot of ethnicities living here. There are the Indians, Chinese, German, Filipinos, Cambodians, and many other ethnicities also living here. There are right now, more than 243,135 Indians living in Vancouver. So, you can immigrate to British Columbia either through the Express Entry or through the SIRS system. Collect more information through us.