There is no doubt that British Columbia is one of the most popular provinces in Canada. A large number of immigration aspirants get an education from British Columbia in the hopes of securing permanent citizenship in the near future. So, it comes as no surprise that British Columbia has its own rules for its immigration market.
The Tech Pilot program which has already been in existence for a while helps candidates on their path to Canadian permanent residence. It has helped countless people fast track the process. Introduced by British Columbia, the program is meant to help tech workers who work in any of the 29 eligible occupations. This means that a large number of people will be able to take advantage of Tech Pilot over the next one year.
According to British Columbia’s immigrant nominee program, the extension of the Tech Pilot is absolutely confirmed. The final announcement was made on 3rd June 2019. A brainchild of the British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP), Tech Pilot was born in 2017 as a way of speeding up the process of getting permanent citizenship. Tech Pilot carves out the perfect pathway for the international candidates who have worked hard for Canadian permanent residence. Not only does Tech Pilot invite in loads of foreign talent, but it also offers exciting job opportunities to candidates in any of the pilot’s 29 eligible professions in the field of technology.
According to the conditions, the job offer should cover at least a year in terms of duration. There should be a minimum of 120 days left when a candidate applies for the program. The candidates who are eligible under the Skilled Workers and International Graduates categories of British Columbia’s immigration streams are given invitations using which they can apply in weekly draws.