British Columbia has opened the door for International Entrepreneurs who’re keen to immigrate in the province. Now, they can make the first move to obtain a community referral under the province’s new Regional Pilot program. It got launched on March 14 with the mission to help smaller and remote communities in the provinces via creating jobs and attracting new businesses.The temporary work permit to initiate the business is provided to the experienced entrepreneurs under the Entrepreneur Immigration-Regional Pilot provided they have to meet all the conditions mentioned in the agreement.The pilot belongs to the regional communities of less than 75,000 people and was constructed to tackle the demographic and cost-effective challenges of the towns and cities are facing. Around 30 communities are part of this program and looking for eligible participants to the British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP) for deliberation.To be eligible to chip in, communities should have all the support services to help business owners and their families settle.
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