Are you consistently checking the BC PNP draw 2018? Are you hoping to finally receive that elusive Invitation to Apply (ITA)? Get halfway through your Canadian dream. Follow these tips:
Religiously update your profile in the Express Entry pool.
To avoid complications and future problems regarding your application, take some time to update your profile as often as possible.
If you have a low IELTS score, retake it!
There is no limit to taking the IELTS exam. You should be aware that language proficiency plays an important role in the CRS score accumulation. An 8 to 8.5 score in listening alone can make a huge difference in achieving your goal.
Secure a valid job offer!
While having a job offer is not a requirement for some Canada immigration programs, a valid job offer may give additional 50 to 200 points to your CRS score. This will absolutely give you a greater chance of being invited to apply for permanent residence! So, apply for a job in Victoria, B.C. now. You’re still not late for the next BC PNP draw 2018!
Study, study, study!
If your time and money allow it, improve your education. The higher the level of education you have, the higher the point you will get for your CRS.
As much as possible, get more relevant work experiences.
The Canadian government is very particular with their requirement on Canadian work experience. To secure a high score, be sure to be employed on a job relevant to what you have indicated on your profile or to what type of job you really wanted to do in Canada.
Look out for a suitable Provincial Nominee Program for you.
Check out all the provincial nominee programs in provinces and territories in Canada and see if you can be eligible in any of the programs. If you are in the technical area, you should check out BC PNP’s Tech Pilot.
Knowing all these tips, you should gear up in achieving your Canadian dream. You must take advantage of also the fact that under the 2019-2021 Canada Immigration Levels Plan, the number of Canadian hopefuls in the Express Entry pool is set to increase dramatically. Get moving now and, who knows, you may be lucky to be included in the BC PNP draw 2018?