As per a report, the British Columbia Provincial Nominee Programme (BC PNP) has given 16 Invitations to Apply (ITAs) in its draw for its Entrepreneur Immigration Category. While the lowest score requirement for the draw in question was 133, it is allegedly in tune with the preceding draws for the category.
The Entrepreneur Immigration Class is basically for experienced businesspersons looking for a corridor to the prized Permanent Residence (PR) in the country and who can launch themselves in the province even as they make an investment and run a commercially viable firm that can offer noteworthy gains to the provincial economy. Under the category, aspirants are duly reviewed on the basis of several issues, and this includes business and/or work experience, personal value, and adaptability, besides their business proposal.
During the month of July, the last year, a compulsory online registration arrangement was started for every future candidate to the Entrepreneur Immigration Class. Not more than 200 registrations could be admitted every month.
After entered into the selection pool, appliacnts’ final registration totals are offered a position together with other registrants even while the BC PNP every so often sends invites to the highest-scoring of the said registrants to put forward petitions to the Entrepreneur Immigration class. Successful candidates will receive a Work Permit and will be in a position to submit an application for PR in the Maple Leaf Country via the BC PNP, as long as their business operation in the province caters to the conditions of the category on a constant ground.