New Language Requirement For British Columbia Entrepreneur Immigration

New Language Requirement For British Columbia Entrepreneur Immigration

A new language requirement has been introduced by British Columbia for its Entrepreneur Immigration category. As of January 29, 2020, candidates require Canadian Language Benchmark Level 4 in English or French to qualify for the British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program stream. The requirement has to be met by the nomination stage of the process, meaning…

British Columbia Immigration Issues Invitations To Entrepreneur Candidates

British Columbia Immigration Issues Invitations To Entrepreneur Candidates

British Columbia issued 23 invitations through two Entrepreneur streams in a new business immigration draw. The November 12 draw saw 18 invites issued trough the Entrepreneur Immigration General Category and five through the Entrepreneur Immigration Regional Pilot of the British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program. For the general category, the minimum score was 112, compared to…

British Columbia Immigration Issues Invitations To Entrepreneur Candidates

Latest BC PNP Entrepreneur Draw Sees Minimum Score Drop To New All-Time Low

A new draw under the popular BC PNP Entrepreneur stream saw the lowest-ever minimum score recorded for the second draw running  Candidates scoring 110 points or more received invites for British Columbia immigration in the December 12 draw. Read More Final Business Immigration Draw of 2018 For Saskatchewan Immigration New Regional Pilot Entrepreneur Immigration Stream…

New Regional Pilot Entrepreneur Immigration Stream Launched By British Columbia

New Regional Pilot Entrepreneur Immigration Stream Launched By British Columbia

A new Entrepreneur Immigration – Regional Pilot immigration stream has been launched in British Columbia, aimed at attracting business immigrants to rural communities. The two-year British Columbia Provincial Nomination Program pilot is designed to get foreign entrepreneurs to start businesses, create jobs and settle in smaller B.C. communities with populations less than 75,000. These smaller…