Another campaign for immigrants wishing to change their lifestyle to the colors of Canada is the Provincial Nominee Program (PNPs). It gives people who want to migrate to a particular Canadian province or region a roadmap to permanent residence in Canada. Each province and territory runs its own PNP to fulfill their socio- economic and demographic requirements
Invitations for nominees to the PNP are increased annually by the Canadian federal government. These projects are Canada’s fastest-growing path to economic immigration. PNPs are a common choice for refugees, since they can be the quickest path to a permanent residency in Canada.
The province will appoint a successful PNP applicant to make an appeal to the federal government for permanent residence. Thus, phase one in a two-part procedure is a regional nomination, at the regional level an interested immigrant is accepted for federal level. After the federal level, the application process further shifts to the provincial level, with 80 different PNP programs in each of the 13 provinces.
To apply for Provincial Nominee Program, you must:
– meet the minimum requirements of one of the province or territory’s non-Express Entry streams
– be nominated under that stream
In the very first stage, you must decide where you want to live in Canada. After applying for your desired province they will review your application on the basis of their immigration needs. After a province or territory nominates you, you must apply to Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada for permanent residence for assessment of your application based on Canadian immigration law.
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