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BC PNP reopens for permanent residency applications with the new scoring system

17 November, 2022

BC PNP reopens for permanent residency applications with the new scoring system

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British Columbia's provincial system has reopened for permanent residency applications. Its closure was temporary due to the implementation of changes in job categories (NOC to TEER).

The province also announced a new scoring system for candidates. Check out some highlights of these changes:

- Counting points will benefit anyone receiving a job offer or studying outside the Metro Vancouver Regional District.

- The point category based on NOC level has been removed.

- The score, previously based on the annual salary, will now be based on the hourly wage.

- The International Post Graduate stream category has been expanded to include doctoral graduates from any field.

- University professors and lecturers (NOC 41200) working at public universities in B.C. are now eligible for the Skilled Worker stream.

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