The Provincial Nominee Program (PNPs) is a Canadian Immigration program allows most Canadian provinces and territories to nominate or propose individuals who are looking to immigrate to Canada and also those who are interested in residing in a particular territory or province.
Every Canadian territory/province (excluding Quebec, which has a diverse selection process and system) and two territories have their own distinctive Provincial Nominee Programs. Participating provinces and territories both have to sign agreements with Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) which is a company that allows them to choose immigrants who are fit in meeting the requirements that they have requested being nominated.
Territorial and Provincial governments have been utilizing these programs to allow them to be more efficient and effective in welcoming newcomers to their region. All Provisional Nomination Program (PNP) are personalized to the each territory or province particular requirements when selecting nominees (immigrants) who will be then have the ability to settle into Canada, live and work in the area and to also efficiently donate to their Canadian community. Since the year 2015, most Provisional Nominee Programs (PNPs) began comprising of a minimum immigration stream that is aligned with all the federal Express Entry migration selection process system. These systems are referred to as ‘enhanced’ proposals or nominations.
There are various Canadian Provincial Nominee Programs available for you to choose from but each program has its own type of requirement depending on the province or territory that nominates you to Canada. For example if you nominated by a Quebec province then all the procedure and requirement for that program under the Quebec province should be adhered to, however you do not have to worry about the hassle as our expert team is here to assist you 24/7 with all your concerns and queries to ensure that your provincial nomination is successful.
Once you are nominated by a particular province or territory, you will then be given a nomination certificated that should be submitted to the Canadian Federal Government along with your application for your Canadian permanent residency visa to be approved.