Are you a tech professional looking for better work opportunities in Canada? You can consider applying to the BC Provincial Nominee Program Tech Pilot.
The province has invited 76 candidates working in the tech field by conducting the British Columbia Tech Pilot draw on November 17.
In this draw, British Columbia issued invitations to the Skilled Worker, International Graduates, Entry-Level, and Semi-Skilled subcategories of the Express Entry BC and Skills Immigration streams.
In order to be eligible for an invitation from the province of British Columbia, invited candidates required job offers from any of the eligible tech occupations.
The minimum provincial score required for tech candidates was 80 in all the eligible categories.
The province has given 30 days to tech candidates to submit the complete application form for the provincial nomination.
Some of the eligible occupations listed under the British Columbia Tech Pilot are:
The technology sector is crucial for economic development in British Columbia. With the rapidly growing tech sector, the need for tech workers is also rising in the province.
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Thus, the British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program launched the Tech Pilot in 2017 with an aim to attract talented IT professionals. Through this pilot, employers can hire talented foreign workers and international students who can address the tech market needs of the province.