Provincial Nominee Programs: A Valuable Route to Canadian Permanent Residency
In addition to the federal-level immigration programs, Canada’s provinces and territories offer different ways to come to the country and enjoy the diversity offered from coast to coast and north to south. These are known as Provincial Nominee Programs (PNP). As the world’s second largest country, the regions within Canada are quite unique and different from each other. You’ll want to know more about each one before choosing a part of the country to immigrate to.
Each province’s PNP processing time and eligibility criteria varies. For example the BC PNP processing time and eligibility may be different from the Ontario PNP processing time and eligibility. We can help determine how long your application might take once we know more about you and what province or territory you’re interested in. Plus, we can recommend the PNP programs you qualify for.
The PNP programs were established to allow each province to attract the kind of skills needed to take its economy forward and benefit both new immigrants and the provinces or territories. For a person with the right skills, a PNP program can be a faster way to come to Canada, especially if the province is a great fit for the dreams you have of living in Canada.