The Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) is the second leading way to immigrate to Canada as a skilled worker after Express Entry.
Provincial Nomination Programs, as the name suggests, are immigration programs by the provinces of Canada. Except for Nunavut and Quebec, each province targets qualified candidates to fulfill the immigration quotas governed by the respective labor market needs.
With over 80 immigration streams, the Provincial Nomination Programs is one of the most preferred immigration pathways. Each province has its eligibility criteria, and some also require a valid job offer from a Canadian employer. However, it is essential to note that these programs keep modifying criteria as per their needs and any changes in immigration laws and policies.
Express Entry is an electronic system used to manage the applications of skilled workers who wish to become permanent residents of Canada.
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Our services doesn’t end here, we are holding your hands until you migrate to Canada. Our post landing team will help you.
Once you receive the nomination our visa officers will make sure to file visa for you & your family in given timeline.
Our certified immigration consultants will walk you through the skilled immigration requirements and process.
Our highly experienced process officers help you throughout the Documentation & Submission Process.