Accreditations

  • Australia: Our partner company employs MARA registered agents.

  • New Zealand: Our partner company in NZ employs licensed immigration advisors

  • Canada: We work with Regulated Immigration Consultants

  • We are IATA (International Air Transport Association) certified

  • We are a member of TAAI (Travel Agents Association of India)

For more information about us, talk to us at - info@globalinvestorimmigrationservices.com

India: 343(Sierra Cartel Building), 2nd floor, 9th Main, 22nd Cross, sector 7, HSR Layout, Bangalore

Sydney, New South Wales, Australia 2000

Montreal, Canada

DISCLAIMER: We are not part of the Australian, Canadian, UK or any country’s government. We are a private limited company registered in India working with Registered Immigration Attorneys in various countries. We do not have the authority to grant you a Visa of any kind. The final decision on all Visa applications rests with the appropriate government authority in the country to which you are seeking to migrate.

We are a Management/Business Consultancy and assist client companies in talent search for a fee. We do not charge a recruitment fee from any individuals nor do we provide recruitment services.

To provide for secure and safe data management and communication for our clients and ourselves, we do not, as a company policy, accept any calls from VoIP or VPN based internet telephony numbers. We request all our clients to communicate through standard means of communications such as phone or e-mail. 

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British Columbia issues new Skills Immigration and Express Entry invitations

May 23, 2018

 

British Columbia has issued 186 invitations to candidates in its Skills Immigration and Express Entry categories in an invitation round held on May 16.

 

Of that total, an undisclosed number of candidates in the Express Entry BC: Skilled Worker and  Express Entry BC: International

Graduate sub-categories with a minimum score of 92 under British Columbia's Skills Immigration Registration System received invitations.

 

Candidates who are invited under these Express Entry sub-categories and whose application for provincial nomination is approved receive 600 additional points under the Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS). 

 

Candidates invited through the Skills Immigration categories will have their applications for permanent residence processed outside the Express Entry system if they receive a nomination from BC. 

 

The first step for individuals interested in immigrating to Canada through the BC PNP is to create an online profile with the BC PNP and complete all sections of the registration form. Once a profile is assessed, applicants receive a score based on civil status, education, work experience, and other factors. They are then entered into BC PNP selection pool.

 

BC PNP candidates must have an indeterminate, full-time job offer from an employer in the province to become eligible for the majority of Canadian immigration categories managed by the BC PNP. 

 

 

The minimum scores for each category involved in the May 16 draw were as follows:
 

 

It is important to note that an invitation to apply to the BC PNP is not the same as a federal government Invitation to Apply (ITA).

 

 

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