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Provincial Nominee Program (PNP)


Provincial Nominee Program (PNP)


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Provincial Nominee Programs permits the provinces and territories of Canada to nominate skilled professional workers who want to immigrate, eventually settle down in Canada and contribute effectively to the local economy in a fruitful manner. Canadian provinces and territories who wish to participate in this exercise, sign an agreement with Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC). This pact lets the provinces select applicants based on their respective requirements.

Canada’s PNP Programs essentially accommodates prospective immigrant filing a petition through a specific province or territory in Canada and the related province has the legitimate right to nominate individuals via the Canadian Provincial Nomination Program. Québec is an exception to these programs as the province has its own pre-defined cluster of selection criteria.

The continued influence from The Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) had made possible for many provinces and territories to settle down into a treaty with respect to skilled immigration agreements involving the particular requirement of recruiters and capital investment necessities for each geographical region. Hence a number of provinces in the nation have acquired their own specific business immigration schemes that are focused to motivate trained manpower to settle in these provinces.