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Canada is divided into ten provinces and three territories. Each of these jurisdictions has its own immigration program, known as Provincial Nominee Programs (PNP). These provinces have a diverse population and economic criteria; as a result, their immigration procedures are distinct, focusing on selecting individuals who fit their economic and demographic requirements. The Provincial Nominee Program selects a group of students, business immigrants, and foreign individuals who want to reside in Canada. Candidates are nominated in streams by provinces/territories.
A Canadian province or territory must propose an applicant to be eligible for the Provincial Nominee Program. Each province/eligibility territory's criteria and application procedures may differ. This means that in order to be nominated for a specific province, you must meet specific criteria. Many Canadian provinces and territories have an agreement with the federal government to carry out their right of nominating immigrants who wish to settle in their provinces or territory.
For the past several years, immigration professionals at KGraph immigration consultancy have assisted each candidate in finding Provincial Nominee Programs that are appropriate for their application. The candidates are given proper assistance and suggestions regarding the provincial status and its requirements. The qualification for the Provincial Nominee Program and the list of in-demand jobs varies from time to time. Our team of knowledgeable advisors monitors the changing needs of each province and advises applicants accordingly. Our qualified immigration consultants monitor new programs on a regular basis to ensure that you don't lose out on any opportunities to settle or study in Canada. To put a start on your application, click here…
The provinces/territories are listed below, and the links will take you to full information about the various Provincial Nominee Programs. Please take a look at the following websites: