Most of the BC PNP streams are managed under Skills Immigration Registration System (SIRS) system. SIRS is an intake management system that allows British Columbia to select candidates for Provincial Nomination according to scores. Potential applicants are first required to register a profile and provide their information relating to their job offer in BC, work experience, language ability, and level of education. The SIRS work on an expression of interest/invitation to apply basis, whereby registered candidates are assigned a score (out of 200), and the BC government conducts periodic draws in which candidates who meet the cut-off threshold for their category in that draw are invited to apply for a provincial nomination.
Points are calculated based on the information provided by the client.
|Occupation(Skill Level of the Job Offer)||Maximum 25 points|
|Annual wage for job offer in BC||Maximum 50 points|
|Regional District of Employment||Maximum 10 points|
|Occupation||Maximum 15 points|
|1 year of directly related work experience in Canada.||Maximum 10 points|
|Highest level of education||Maximum 17 points
|Language Points||Maximum 30 points|