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Canada has 10 provinces and 3 territories. All provinces and territories offer provincial nominee programs except Nunavut and Quebec. Each province and territory have its own immigration programs and requirements targeting students, experienced entrepreneurs, skilled workers, semi-skilled workers depending on the economic requirements of the province or territory. Please select the province below to know more about their programs.

What is PNP (Provincial Nominee Program)?

There are more than 70 programs to get permanent residence of Canada. One of which is the Provincial Nominee Program. PNP’s are a key part of Canada’s Immigration Policy and are the fastest growing economic programs. Every year, the government of Canada has increased annual allocations of provinces to nominate the skilled workers, which shows the significance of this program in the overall Canadian Immigration policies. Every province across Canada are actively nominating eligible individuals and families by easing the process of Canadian permanent residence based on the eligibility criteria endorsed by the province. Each province or territory

Who is eligible for PNP (Provincial Nominee Program)?

The eligibility criteria for the PNP are:

If you don’t meet the requirements of the Express Entry system or haven’t scored enough points in the CRS (Comprehensive Ranking System) or not receiving an ITA (Invitation to Apply) in any of the express entry or federal immigration programs then PNP (Provincial Nominee Program) may be an option. PNP is a great opportunity for workers who have the skills, education and work experience to contribute to the economy of a specific province or territory in Canada, Intend to live in that province and want to become a permanent resident of Canada

Note: One of the criteria may be to have a Canadian Job Offer from a designated employer in your province or territory of interest.

How to apply for PNP (Provincial Nominee Program)?

The process of applying to a province depends on your profile. You have 2 options to apply for PNP either paper-based process or express entry process depending on your eligibility for a particular provincial immigration program.

Step by step process of PNP

Selection of the province and program: Firstly, select the province you are interested to live and find a program that you are eligible for. Need help complete our contact us form. We will help you out with choosing the province or program based on your profile.

Determine the application process: Choose the process in which we apply for the PNP either by paper-based or express entry process depending on the eligibility criteria.

Apply to the province in the paper-based process: We apply to the province or territory for nomination under a non-express entry stream. We need to meet the eligibility requirements of the province that nominates us.

Apply to the province in the Express Entry process: There are 2 ways to apply.

We create an Express Entry profile and apply to the province separately which we are interested in using the Express Entry details for nomination

We create an Express Entry profile and provide an expression of interest to a province. If province or territory sends you a “notification of interest”, contact the province and apply for nomination

Approval of Nomination: If your application meets the eligibility criteria and other requirements the province will nominate and approve your application. If approved you will be issued a nomination certificate to apply for the federal permanent residence

Submit permanent residence application to the federal government: If you are nominated for PNP then apply for the federal government for the permanent residence. Depending on the process you applied you may need to apply through express entry or paper-based application.

The Express Entry is handled by the Canadian government. The office that oversees the Express Entry is the Immigration, Refugee, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC).

Yes, CIC (Citizenship and Immigration Canada) and IRCC (Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada) are the same. The CIC was renamed as IRCC in 2015.

The Canada express entry draw is the method of choosing applicants. In this process, the pool of candidates eligible for invitation to apply is selected based on the announced CRS score. It is done every two weeks, and the highest-scoring candidates are sent to the ITA. They can then apply for a Permanent Residence visa. Canada Express Entry helps immigrants gain permanent residency. You can choose from the various programs available.

The Federal Skilled Worker (FSW) Points grid is different from CRS. The immigrants filling under the FSWP must score at least 67 out of 100. Only if they score 67 points, are they eligible to apply for the FSWP. The points grid considers six factors. The factors are –

  • Visitor Visa
  • Work Permit
  • Express Entry
  • Business Investor Program
  • Study Visa
  • Provincial Nominee Program
  • The Express Entry is an immigration system developed by the IRCC.
  • There are three immigration programs under Express Entry.
  • The IRCC handles the Express Entry.
  • There are several documents that you need to create a profile in Canada Express Entry.
  • A job offer is not needed to Express Entry.
  • Some job offers do not require the Labour Market Impact Assessment.
  • Proof of funds shows that you can live in Canada without any financial issues.
  • Work experience is necessary for Canada Express Entry.
  • The spouse of an applicant can also become a permanent resident in Canada.
  • Several factors determine the Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score.
  • The FSW points grid is a system that scores applicants under the Federal Skilled Worker Program
  • The necessity of the Educational Credentials Assessment (ECA) express entry system depends on the program.

    The program which requires ECA is –

    • Federal Skilled Worker Program

    The programs which do not need ECA are –

    • Canadian Experience Class
    • Federal Skilled Trades Program