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Nationwide Immigration » Canada » British Columbia PNP SIRS Points Calculator

British Columbia PNP Points Calculator 2020

Calculate your Points before applying in British Columbia PNP Program

What is SIRS?

SIRS is a point-based ranking and application management system that helps the province to select candidates who meet the demands of the local labour market. By registering with SIRS, you are submitting your Expression of Interest (EOI) with the province. It’s not an application for a Canada PR Visa.

After registering with SIRS, your EOI profile is submitted into the BC PNP EOI pool with the profiles of the other candidates. Your profile stays in the EOI pool for 12 months or until you receive an ITA.

What are the factors that affect your SIRS score?

Factors can be divided into two main categories:

  • Economic factors – 120 points
  • Ability to settle in the province – 80 points

Economic factors include:

  • NOC level of your job offer in the province
  • The annual wage of your job
  • Location of your employment

Your ability to settle in the province can have a major impact on your BC PNP points. This includes:

  • Directly related work experience
  • Level of education
  • Language Proficiency

With the help of our BC PNP points calculator, you can calculate your SIRS score and know what your BC PNP points are and check if you can meet the minimum BC PNP points requirement.

What is a BC PNP points Calculator?

With the BC PNP points calculator, you can calculate your BC PNP points and know whether you are able to clear the minimum EOI points required for provincial nomination.

Following table illustrates how points are calculated in the BC PNP points calculator:

Selection factors Points
Skill Level of B.C Job-Offer 60
Annual Wage of B.C Job-Offer 50
Regional district of employment 10
Directly related work experience 25
Highest level of education 25
Language 30

Skill Level of Job-Offer

NOC Skill Level Points
Skill level A or O 25
Skill Level B 10
Skill level C 5
Skill level D 5

Bonus Points

Occupation is NOC “OO” 15
Job is identified in Top 100 occupations in BC labor Market Outlook 2014-2024 10
Currently working in the province in the occupation identified in BC PNP registration 10

Annual Wage of the Job

Wage Offered (In dollars) Points
100,000 or above 50
97,500 to 99,999 38
95,000 to 97,499 37
92,500 to 94,999 36
90,000 to 92,499 35
87,500 to 89,999 34
85,000 to 87,499 33
82,500 to 84,999 32
80,000 to 82,499 31
77,500 to 79,999 30
75,000 to 77,499 29
72,500 to 74,999 28
70,000 to 72,499 27
67,500 to 69,999 26
65,000 to 67,499 25
62,500 to 64,499 24
60,000 to 62,499 23
57,500 to 59,999 22
55,000 to 57,499 21
52,500 to 54,999 20
50,000 to 52,499 19
47,500 to 49,999 18
45,000 to 47,499 17
42,500 to 44,999 16
40,000 to 42,499 15
38,750 to 39,999 14
37,500 to 38,749 13
36,250 to 37,499 12
35,000 to 36,249 11
33,750 to 34,999 10
32,500 to 33,749 9
31,250 to 32,499 8
30,000 to 31,249 7
28,750 to 29,999 6
27,500 to 28,749 5
26,250 to 27,499 4
25,000 to 26,249 3
Less than 25,000 0

Regional District of Employment

Area of Employment Points
Stikine, Central Coast, Northern Rockies, Mount Waddington, Skeena-Queen Charlotte, Powell River, Sunshine Coast, Kootenay-Boundary, Alberni-Clayoquot 10
Kitimat-Stikine, Bulkley-Nechako, Squamish-Liloeet, Strathcona, Columbia-Shuswap, East Kootenay 8
Peace River, Comox Valley, Cariboo, Central Kootenay 6
Okanagan-Similkameen, Cowichan Valley, North Okanagan, Fraser-Fort George 4
Thompson-Nicola, Nanaimo, Central Okanagan 2
Capital, Fraser Valley 2
Great Vancouver 0

Related Work Experience

Work Experience (In Years) Points
5+ 15
4-5 12
3-4 9
2-3 6
1-2 3
Less than 1 year 1

Bonus Points-

  • At least 1 year of directly related work experience in Canada – 10.

Level Of Education

Education Level Points
Doctoral or Master’s degree 17
Post Graduate Certificate or Diploma 11
Bachelor’s Degree 11
Trades Certification 11
Associate Degree 4
Non-trades certification or Diploma 2
High School 0

Bonus Points-

  • Post- Secondary education completed in British Columbia: 8.
  • Post-Secondary education completed in Canada: 6.
  • Education Credential Assessment (ECA) from a qualified supplier: 4.
  • Trades certification assessment from the Industry Training Authority: 4.

Language Proficiency

CLB Level Points
10 30
9 26
8 22
7 18
6 14
5 10
4 6
Below 4 0
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