Did you know that if you work as a Social and Community Support Worker in British Columbia (BC), you can apply for the BC Provincial Nominee Program (BCPNP) under the Priority Occupation category with only a 60-point cutoff score?
In most cases, this occupation doesn't necessitate any special licenses or advanced education qualifications. This means an accessible route to permanent residency for individuals in this field.
If you're interested in exploring this straightforward and simplified pathway to permanent residency under the BC PNP, don't hesitate to contact us today. We'd be delighted to provide you with more detailed information and personalized guidance to help you achieve your immigration goals.