Provincial Nominee Program ( PNP )
Provincial Nomination Program are province based Immigration programs. Each Canadian Province has the right to establish it’s own Immigration selection program based on it’s provincial labour market requirements. There are numerous different programs available in each province. While some of the programs are very straightforward with the eligibility requirements and other programs involves complexity of various selection factors as similar to Federal Skilled Worker program. Every year each Province is allotted with maximum number of Nomination Certificates to issue foreign nationals and this allotment varies across all provinces.
Canadian Immigration through Provincial Nomination Program undergoes through two stages:
Once, the applicant receives nomination certificate from province, the next step would be to apply a separate application to Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) for permanent residence. A CIC officer will then assess your application based on Canadian immigration regulations. You will have to pass a medical examination and security and criminal checks. You must also show that you have enough money to support yourself and your dependants after you arrive in Canada.
Additional documents based on your home country can be requested.
How SeaLink can help you?
Our team members are authorized RCIC members and can guide you thoroughly through each step of your Immigration application. Detailed knowledge and guidance is a key to a successful positive case.