Introduction

PNP (Provincial Nominee Program) has been enforced for someone who wants to immigrate to Canada or a specific province. In order to apply for PNP, applicants must meet several requirements. The most important thing is applicants must receive a full-time permanent employment. Besides, PNP includes low-skilled occupations which are impossible to apply for Federal Skilled Worker. After obtaining PNP Confirmation successfully, nominees will be able to apply for a Permanent Resident. Most provinces have been participating in PNP, and this is a list of the provinces.

  • British Columbia
  • Alberta
  • Saskatchewan
  • Manitoba
  • Ontario
  • New Brunswick
  • Nova Scotia
  • Prince Edward Island
  • Newfoundland and Labrador

Quebec province is also participating in PNP, but we are not going to introduce Quebec PNP because their programs’ qualifications are little different from other provinces.

Processing time for PNP depends on Visa Offices, but it is usually faster than Federal Skilled Worker. Provicial government determines nominees by below items.

  • Full-time Permanent Employment
  • Work Experience
  • Adaptation
  • Relation with province
  • Education
  • Language