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Provincial Nominee Program

BC Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP)

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Role of Health Match BC

- To assist the Ministry with the administration of the program.

- To inform employers and health care professionals about the features and benefits of the BC PNP.

- To assist employers and health care professionals with the coordination of the necessary application documentation.


Who do we assist?

Physicians (General/Family Practitioners and Specialists)

Registered Nurses, Registered Psychiatric Nurses, and Nurse Practitioners

Allied Health Professionals:

               - Clinical/Hospital Pharmacists
               - Diagnostic Medical Sonographers
               - Medical Laboratory Technologists
               - Medical Radiation Technologists
               - Occupational Therapists
               - Physiotherapists


Skills Immigration – Health Care Professionals

The BC Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP) Skills Immigration - Health Care Professional stream is intended for workers or international graduates with the skills, education and/or experience for high-demand health care professional occupations in BC.
 
To understand the program requirements and process, review the British Columbia Immigration Program guide, and if eligible, apply online for the Skills Immigration - Health Care Professional category. If approved as a provincial nominee, you and your dependent family members can apply to Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) to become permanent residents of Canada through the accelerated Provincial Nominee Class.

NOTE: Health Match BC is not able to assist applicants who choose the Express Entry BC pathway (Nomination or Permanent Residency). 


Process Map

The BC PNP process map highlights the steps and documentation necessary to complete an application for nomination through the new online system.
 
The map has been designed to work in conjunction with both the BC PNP and CIC websites. By clicking on a text box, you will be directed to detailed information specific to each step.

 

Process Map

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