The Provincial Nomination Program is a crucial option for interested persons who want to move to Canada, settle in Canada and have their permanent residence in Canada. The idea is that there will be the nomination of individuals who like to settle in and migrate to Canada, especially the ones who want to settle in a particular province. This nomination is carried out by the Canadian provinces and territories.
The only exception here is Quebec, with a totally different system of selection. The rest of the Canadian provinces, as well as two territories, have their unique PNPs. It is expected that these concerned provinces and territories agree with the Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) before they are allowed to go ahead with the selection of immigrants according to the set requirements set forth.
The CIC Guidance (Post ITA) and Canada PNPs have been used for some time now to properly welcome new immigrants into their region. Anyone who immigrates to Canada through this program earns the status of a permanent resident and has a chance of ultimately applying for Canadian citizenship.
Currently, these provinces and territories are those with Provincial Nomination Schemes:
2. British Columbia
4. New Brunswick
5. Newfoundland and Labrador
6. Nova Scotia
8. Prince Edward Island
Â· Provincial Nomination Scheme visa is a quicker route to Canadian immigration
Â· It is not a points-based system unlike the Federal Skilled Worker Programme
Â· Applicants have the same benefits as those of a Federal Skilled worker holder
Â· Successful applicants will have access to government-subsidized health care, free education and social benefits
Â· Successful applicants can work or pursue further study or invest in a business
Â· Applicants are restricted to working in the province sponsoring their application
Permanent residence visa holders have the option to apply for Canadian nationality
Certain eligibility requirements must be adhered to in order to be granted the CIC Guidance Post ITA visa, under the Canada Provincial Nominee Programs. Not all Canadian provinces provide the PNPs, but many provinces have a signed agreement with Canadaâ€™s government, which gives the option for applicants to undertake nomination of interested Migrants who want to settle in their provinces.
Applicants must pass these three stages need to be eligible for the PNPs:
1. Job offer - Need to have a valid Job offer letter from a company in Canada is a prerequisite. The company must be within the province you wish to migrate to. As an alternative, you can get the nomination certificate for any of your relatives to reside in the province.
2. Approval of the Provincial Government - Any job offer you get must get the approval of the provincial government, and the assessment of the candidate would be against the provinceâ€™s migration requirement. Moreover, you will also have to confirm that you are genuinely interested in residing and working in the specified province.3. Permanent Residency Application - After you have been nominated by the province, you can now apply for Canadaâ€™s permanent residency with the Citizenship and Immigration Canada, CIC.
Ã˜ The Provincial Nomination Program is a quicker way to migrate to Canada
Ã˜ It is flexible, not like the Federal Skilled Worker Program that is the points-based system
Ã˜ Applicants of this visa have equal benefits with the Federal Skilled Worker holder
Ã˜ Successful applicants of this visa have access to subsidized programs on free education, social benefits and health care provided by the government.
Ã˜ Successful applicants can work or study further or even invest in a business in Canada
Ã˜ There is a restriction on applicants working within the province that sponsors their application
Ã˜ For holders of permanent residence visa, they have options to apply for Canadian nationality.
Spouse and Dependent ImmigrationCandidates will have to assure that they have sufficient funds to support in the Overseas, their spouse (if married), and the concern dependents after they landing in Canada. For dependent children, the child's eligibility as a dependant is assessed based on their age at a time (lock-in-date).
Principal Applicant: $550
1. The processing fee which must be included with your application
Processing Fee Amount per person
2. The Right of Permanent Residence Fee, which will be requested by the Visa Office at a later stage if your application is approved.
Right of Permanent Residence Fee Amount per person
You must also pay for the following for yourself and your family members (if applicable):
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