Have you ever noticed the flag of British Columbia?
It has a Royal Union flag which reflects the beautiful and old British Columbia’s heritage, a king Edward Crown to signify royalty and setting sun which indicates its western location. Its flag symbolizes all the best features of the province. It is one of the best Canadian provinces to immigrate, and every year, hundreds and thousands of foreign nationals submit Expression of interest for getting the provincial nomination for PR.
In 2016, the government over there introduced a new scoring system, the Skilled Immigration Registration System (SIRS) to simplify the immigration process and to allow the arrival of skilled immigrants to the province. If you are interested in immigrating to British Columbia, then you need to understand the contributing factors of SIRS.
How do I calculate my SIRS score?
SIRS includes multiple factors to assess the eligibility of immigration candidates to the province of British Columbia. The factors are:
- Skill level of the BC Job offer
- Wage of the BC job offer
- Regional district of employment
- Directly related work experience
- Highest level of education
Point Calculator 2019
SIRS point calculator 2019:
|Economic factors (120)||Skill level of the BC Job offer||60|
|Wage of the BC job offer||50|
|Regional district of employment||10|
|Human capital factors (80)||Directly related work experience||25|
|Highest level of education||25|
Total points available: 120 + 80 = 200
Skill level of the BC Job offer
Skill level of the B.C. job offer
|NOC Skill Level A (including Skill Type 0)||25|
|NOC Skill Level B||10|
|NOC Skill Level C||5|
|NOC Skill Level D||5|
|Occupation is a “00” NOC||15|
|Occupation identified in the B.C. High Demand Occupations List based on in the BC Labor Market Outlook 2018 Edition||10|
|Currently working in B.C. for the employer in occupation identified in the BC PNP registration||10|
Maximum score available: 60
Regional district of employment:
Highest level of education
|Doctoral or Master’s degree||17|
|Post Graduate Certificate or Diploma||11|
|Non-trades certification or Diploma||2|
|Post-secondary education completed in B.C||8|
|Post-secondary education completed in Canada (outside of B.C.)||6|
|Education Credential Assessment from a qualified supplier||4|
|Trades certification assessment from the Industry Training Authority||4|
Maximum score available: 25
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