The SIRS is organized along with the British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP), which is known to be Canada’s Provincial Nominee Programs. This system is a points-based program, which is why applicants acquire score depending upon the skills and experience they hold. The same scoring can decide further, if the applicant will get an Invitation to apply for BC PNP nomination or not through the British Columbia Skills Immigration and Express Entry streams.
The factors mentioned below calculate the points which can be given to an applicant who is registered under SIRS. In case the applicant is invited to apply, all the data submitted in the time of registration will be compared and checked with the data given in the application form.
|Scoring Sections||Maximum Points|
|Economic Factors (120)||Skill Level of the B.C. Job Offer||60|
|Wage of the B.C. 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||200|
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