Are you currently inside Canada with a job? Are you a student with PGWP? Are you a Temporary Foreign Worker with LMIA? The British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program has several pathways for a Permanent Residence application. These include: International Graduate (Skilled Immigration or Express Entry), Entry Level and Semi-Skilled, and Skilled Worker (Skilled Immigration or Express Entry). Each pathway comes with different eligibility requirements.
A B.C. PNP Application has 3 stages:
- Initial Profile
- Invitation to Apply (ITA) for nomination
- Application to Immigration Refugee and Citizenship Canada for PR
Each stage requires a different set of documentation for approval. However, one of the most vital documents of a BC PNP application is the work reference letter. Some elements of a work reference letter include:
- Company letterhead
- Company contact information
- Telephone number
- Email address
- Job title and duties
The most common reason for the refusal of a BC PNP application is an incorrect reference letter. Some common mistakes with reference letters include:
- Incomplete information
- Inaccurate job duties
Contact us and we will review your reference letter to ensure accuracy within your application!