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Working holiday visa, and work permit for dependent

Old Jul 27th 2019, 10:32 am
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Thanks Siouxie

I already went through those guides last couple of days.
  • The minimum criteria they are talking about is the 67 points scenario if I am not mistaken...
  • "Skilled worker" option vs "Express entry BC SKILLED WORKER" --- it seems the latter is quicker and expects you to score higher in the SIRS calculator? I didn't find an official calculator for this (like the CRS one), but a 3rd party website had one, and I score something like 130 - which is enough for BC EE.
  • My 10+ experience falls under NOC 2174 (which is in the list) - I guess first order of business is to get a job offer....
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