Provincial Nominee Program (PNP)

As a country, Canada has ten provinces and three territories. Each of these operates its own immigration programs and it is called as Provincial Nominee Programs (PNP).  These provinces have varied population and economic standards, hence their immigration procedures are unique which looks forward to selecting candidates who meets their economic and demographic needs. The Provincial Nominee Program choose targeted students, business immigrants and selection of foreign nationals who wish to settle in Canada. Provinces/territories have their streams to nominate candidates.

To qualify under the Provincial Nominee Program, a Canadian province or territory must nominate an applicant. The eligibility criteria and application procedures may vary in each province/territory. This means that you will have to meet the tailored criteria to be nominated for the particular province. Many Canadian provinces have an arrangement with the national Government of Canada to carry out their privilege of nominating immigrants who would like to establish themselves in their respective provinces or territories.

For the past years, immigration professionals in KGraph immigration consultancy help every candidate in searching for matching Provincial Nominee Programs for the application. Proper guidance and suggestions are given to the applicants about the provincial status and its needs. Provincial Nominee Program criteria and in-demand job list changes from time to time. Our team of well experienced consultants keep their check on the changing demands of each province and they guide applicants accordingly. Our licensed immigration consultants frequently check for new programs so that you won’t miss any chance to settle in Canada or study in Canada. To put a start on your application, click here…

Below given are the Provinces/territories and the link takes you to detailed information about different Provincial Nominee Programs. Please do make a visit in the following links:

Provincial Programs