BCPNP Semi-technical Provincial Nomination - Domestic Student Visa
The applicant has a student visa
Spouse can get a working visa without conditions
Low language requirement, low immigration cost
One-step immigration for the whole family
Entry Level and Semi-skilled (Entry Level and Semi-skilled): This is one of the traditional B.C. Provincial Nominee programs that uses a scoring system. After obtaining a B.C. Provincial Nominee through this program, you can apply for permanent resident status (i.e. Canadian Green Card) directly to the Canadian Federal Immigration Service.
Once the primary applicant’s school visa is approved, the spouse can apply for an open work permit without conditions. With an open work permit, the spouse can work in entry-level and semi-skilled trades positions: e.g., tourism, long-haul truck driver, food processing. You can apply for a provincial nomination after nine months of work to reach the score!
Advantages of semi-skilled migration
Low language requirements
No high IELTS score required, minimum requirement is IELTS G 4.5 for listening, 3.5 for reading, 4 for writing and 4 for speaking.
No restrictions on previous occupation
No restriction on previous occupation.
Low academic requirements
Work visa benefits are generous
Worker visa holders can receive milk money for their children and apply for medical insurance; children of school age can attend public schools for free!
Applicant has no criminal record. Willing to work in specific industries such as tourism, long-haul trucking, food processing, etc.
At least IELTS G 4.5 in Listening, 3.5 in Reading, 4 in Writing and 4 in Speaking before submitting the application.