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10. Is healthcare free in B.C.?

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Yes. For Canadians and permanent residents who live in B.C., the Medical Service Plan (MSP) is free. This covers required medical services such as: doctors' fees, services provided by physicians and midwives, dental and oral surgery, eye exams and some orthodontic services. It also covers diagnostic...

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8. What is the climate like in B.C.?

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Vancouver island and the areas along the south coast have a mild climate with warm, dry summers, and wet and rainy conditions in the winter, fall and spring. The coastal region have the mildest winters in Canada. It rarely drops below 0 degrees celsius and does...

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7. Is it expensive to live in B.C.?

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The cost of living in B.C. depends on where you live. The province has its own cost-of-living-calculator that allows you to see the costs of healthcare, housing, taxes, utilities and transportation in the different areas of the province....

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6. What’s it like to live in B.C.?

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The quality of life in B.C. is high. Residents of B.C. are friendly and welcoming. The province is very diverse, and many people from all over the world immigrate to the province every year. Vancouver island has a mild climate with warm, dry summers, and wet...

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5. Does BC PNP guarantee PR?

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If you receive a provincial nomination, you will have the opportunity to apply for permanent residence with the Canadian government. If you receive a provincial nomination through the Express Entry system, you are awarded an additional 600 Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) points. This effectively guarantees that...

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4. How do I become a permanent resident in B.C.?

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You must first identify which immigration stream and category you are eligible for. Once you do this, you must then register with the Skills Immigration Registration System (SIRS) so that B.C. can review your job, education, location in B.C., language ability and wage against the...

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3. Who is eligible for BC PNP?

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The BC PNP is for skilled workers, entry level and semi-skilled workers, international graduates, international post-graduates and healthcare professionals. You do not need to have an Express Entry profile to be eligible to immigrate to B.C. However, candidates typically need to have a job offer to...

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2. Is it easy to immigrate to B.C.?

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Immigrating to B.C. may be easy for one candidate but may be difficult for another. It is therefore advisable to choose the stream that is right for you depending on your specific situation. For example, if you have received a job offer in a skilled occupation...

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1. How can I immigrate to British Columbia?

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British Columbia has a few options to choose from if you wish to immigrate to the province: Skills Immigration Stream; Express Entry British Columbia Stream; Entrepreneur Immigration. Step 1: Depending on your specific situation, choose the stream that is right for you. Find out if you are...

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