Canadian Provincial Nominee Program

Canada has a Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) wherein a person can be nominated by a province or territory to immigrate to the area and contribute to the economy and society.

Canada has ten provinces and three territories. The Canada Provincial Nominee Program is a joint program by the federal government and provinces and territories. If you wish to immigrate to Canada as a provincial nominee, you can apply to the province where you want to settle and complete its provincial nomination process. Immigrants are selected based on the skills, education and work experience and immigration needs of that province.

Provincial Nominees Immigration

How We Assist You with Provincial Nominee Application

First Stage – We help you apply for a nomination at the provincial level.

Second Stage – Upon acceptance of nomination by the province, we work with you and submit your application at the Federal level.

Third Stage – Once your applications at both levels are accepted, we help you get a medical exam certificate and a police clearance.

No matter which province you intend to settle in Canada, Dastur Immigration Services can help you get permanent residency through Provincial Nominee Program. Our immigration specialists will help you understand the provincial nomination process and specific requirements to qualify quickly.

  • We will help you understand the unique immigration goals of each province in Canada, their eligibility criteria, and application procedures.
  • We will assist you with the PNP application process for these provinces – British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario, Newfoundland & Labrador, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island (P.E.I.), Nova Scotia, Yukon Territory, and Northwest Territories.
  • Our immigration consultants can help you process your application through a non-Express Entry stream or Express Entry depending on your choice. We will assist you to apply for a nomination under a non-Express Entry stream and then submit a paper application for permanent residence to IRCC (Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada). Under the Express Entry stream, we help you submit your express entry profile and the application under the provincial nominee program. For more information on Express Entry, click here.

Frequently Ask Questions

Each of Canada’s thirteen provinces and territories has its own PNP program. There are more than 80 different provincial nominee programs at present.

The specific requirements for each PNP program vary, but in general, provinces look for immigrants with work experience, language proficiency, good educational qualifications, and certain skill sets. Also, provinces look for applicants who can contribute to the local economy, and genuinely wants to settle in that province or territory.

First, you need to consult an immigration expert to know which is the most suitable province where you can work and settle down. Then check the eligibility criteria of that province and submit an application directly to your chosen province or territory. If the province accepts your application, it will nominate you for permanent residence. Now, you need to submit a permanent residence application to the Canadian federal government.

The eligibility factors for PNP programs vary from province to province and territory. If you’re a skilled work and your skills are in demand in that province, you are eligible to apply for nomination. However, there are other specific requirements of each province and territory. Consult our immigration expert to determine if you’re eligible for any program.

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Get actionable advice and guidance from our expert consultants if you want to work and settle in Canada under the PNP program. Book a consultation with our immigration specialist now and get the assistance you need to secure your Canadian permanent residence permit.

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