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.
The Quebec Immigrant Investor Program officially reopen on August 31, 2015 until January 2016. The Quebec Business/Investor Immigration program is a category of Canadian immigration that is available to individuals who have acquired entrepreneurial, investor, or self-employed experience. Investor Program To be eligible for this program, you must: Have, alone or with his accompanying […]
The business component of the BC PNP offers accelerated immigration for investment- ready and qualified entrepreneurs ready to invest and settle in BC, and become permanent residents of Canada. The objectives of the BC PNP Business Immigration categories are to encourage economic development, promote job creation and maintain existing jobs in BC. Applicants must […]
Overview The Business Impact Category of the PEI PNP is looking for interested business persons who can demonstrate vision, leadership and determination to contribute to the Prince Edward Island economy. A healthy business environment and strong economy together with a diverse and skilled labour market makes Prince Edward Island an ideal location to invest in […]
Skilled Workers (NOC Skill Level: O, A, B) can include any of the following: Managers, Professionals, Technologists, Technicians, and Skilled trades, etc.
In February 2008, BC government announced about Entry Level and Semi-Skilled Pilot Project. This project was aimed for filling labour shortage in Tourism, Hospitality, Long-Haul Trucking and Food Processing. Initially, it was going to end by February 2010, but, because of demand, Entry Level and Semi-Skilled Pilot Project has become a permanent program.
An International Graduate has satisfied the requirements for an eligible degree or diploma from a recognized post-secondary institution in BC within the last two years. Specifically, an application must be received by the BC PNP within two years of the date shown on the final official transcript.