Changes In Your Employment Status - BCPNP Skills Immigration and Express Entry BC
If you have been nominated under the International Post-Graduate category of the Skills Immigration stream or the Express Entry BC stream, you do not need to notify the BC PNP of changes in your employment status unless you require a work permit support letter (see Appendix 2).
The BC PNP may consider changes in your employment after you have been nominated if your new position continues to meet the requirements for nomination and if you can demonstrate that you have the ability to economically establish in B.C.
You must report changes in your employment status to the BC PNP. This can include a change of any circumstances which were relevant to the decision to approve the application, or to the conditions imposed on an approval, such as:
- change of employer, job title, work location, or job duties
- decrease in wage or decrease in regular scheduled work hours below 30 hours per week
- loss of employment
Bothyou and youremployer must notify the BC PNP in the event ofany changes in youremployment status. If the change of employment is accepted, the BC PNP will issue a work permit support letter to allow you to obtain a work permit, if necessary.