CANADA FIND INFORMATION ABOUT PROVINCIAL NOMINEE PROGRAM OF TEN PROVINCES

CANADA FIND INFORMATION ABOUT PROVINCIAL NOMINEE PROGRAM OF TEN PROVINCES

Nova Scotia Nominee Program

Processing your resident visa through the Provincial Nominee Program involves two different processes: One with the provincial government, and another with the federal government. We have a wealth of experience dealing with Provincial nominees programs.
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The Nova Scotia Nominee Program (NSNP) offers a quicker entry into Canada for qualified workers and experienced entrepreneurs who wish to settle in Nova Scotia and become permanent residents of Canada.

It allows Nova Scotia to recruit and select immigrants who can contribute to meeting the labour market and economic needs of the province.
NSNP Program Streams:-

Skilled Worker Stream – there are specific sectors in Nova Scotia that have many opportunities for skilled immigrants. This stream fast-tracks applicants who have the needed skills and permanent full-time job offers.

Family Business Worker Stream – this helps family-owned businesses to hire close relatives who have skills that couldn’t be found in Canadian citizens or permanent residents.This stream is employer-driven. The worker must have a guaranteed, permanent job offer in Nova Scotia from an employer who is a close relative and who owns an established business in Nova Scotia.

Non-Dependent Child of Nova Scotia Nominees Stream – The NSNP Non-Dependent Child of Nova Scotia Nominees stream is aimed at selecting individuals who are the non-dependent children of immigrants who were nominated under the Nova Scotia Nominee Program (NSNP). The Principal Applicant must plan to live in Nova Scotia permanently, be employable and be able to contribute to the labour market and economy of Nova Scotia.

International Graduate Stream – helps employers hire and retain recent international graduates whose skills may be in limited supply in the province. This stream targets international graduates who have established strong ties to Nova Scotia and intend to live, work, and establish their careers in this province.

Community Identified Stream – aimed at individuals who are employable, have strong established connections to a Nova Scotia community, and can contribute to the labour market and economy of that specific community.
Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program (AINP)

Processing your resident visa through the Alberta Provincial Nominee Program (AINP) involves two different processes: one with the provincial government and another with the federal government. Once you are nominated by Alberta, you may be eligible to get a Bridging Work Permit while the residence application is finalized. We have a wealth of experience dealing with the different streams of Alberta’s provincial nominee program.

One of our Certified Canadian Immigration Consultant members of ICCRC will represent you before the Government of Alberta and Citizenship and Immigration Canada in order to obtain your permanent resident visa.

The AINP is an immigration program operated on behalf of the Government of Alberta by the Ministry of Employment and Immigration in conjunction with Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) to expedite the processing of applying for permanent residence.
Who can apply?

Categories where No job offer is needed:

Trade certificate holders
Engineers with Alberta work experience
Alberta’s post-graduation work permit holders
Farm Managers willing to purchase a farm in Alberta

Categories where a job offer is needed

Skilled Workers(NOC 0,A,B)
Canada’s post-graduation work permit holders (NOC 0,A,B,C)
Semi-skilled workers: certain positions in the following industries: Food Service, Hotel and Lodging, Trucking, Manufacturing, and Food and Beverage Processing.

BC Provincial Nominee Program

Processing your resident visa through the British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program involves two different processes: One with the provincial government, and another with the federal government. We have a wealth of experience dealing with the provincial nominee program. You are protected; we are Regulated Consultant Immigration Canada, members of ICCRC (Immigration Consultant Of Canada Regulatory Counsel). We can represent you before Citizenship and Immigration Canada in order to obtain your permanent resident visa.

The British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP) accelerates the Permanent Resident application process for skilled and/or experienced workers, experienced business persons and their family members who want to settle in BC permanently.
Who can apply?

This pilot project applies to qualifying foreign workers in select occupations and eligible employers in the tourism/hospitality, food processing and long-haul trucking industries. Prior to applying under this category nominee applicants must have worked full-time for their employer in BC for a period of nine consecutive months and have continuing full-time employment with that same employer at the time of application to the BC PNP.
Saskatchewan Provincial Nominee Program

Processing your resident visa through the Saskatchewan Provincial Nominee Program involves two different processes: One with the provincial government, and another with the federal government. We have a wealth of experience dealing with provincial nominee programs.
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Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP)

The Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) can provide an alternate and quicker means of entry into Canada. It allows Saskatchewan to nominate applicants, who qualify under criteria established by the province, to the federal government for landed immigrant status.
Skilled Workers

This category is for skilled workers, professionals or managers who have a full-time, permanent job offer from a Saskatchewan employer. It is divided into three sub-categories: Skilled Workers/Professionals, Critical Occupations and Existing Work Permit.
Entrepreneurs

The Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) has launched a new process for the Entrepreneur Category that will improve processing times for applicants who wish to invest their management talent and capital in a Saskatchewan business. This category attracts investment and fosters the creation of more jobs in Saskatchewan.
Family Members

This category is for immigrant families living in Saskatchewan who want to help their skilled and educated family members come to work and live in the province. Supporting family members must provide support to applicants and their dependents to help them establish and settle in Saskatchewan.
Farm Owners / Operators

This category is for individuals with proven experience in farming, substantial capital available to invest in a farming operation, and who intend to purchase and operate a farming operation in Saskatchewan.
Health Professions

This category allows internationally-trained health professionals, who have been working in Saskatchewan for at least six months under a temporary work permit, to apply for permanent residency status under the SINP. It is divided into three sub-categories: Physicians, Nurses and Other Health Professions.
Hospitality Sector Pilot Project

Under the Hospitality Sector Pilot Project, the SINP can nominate foreign workers that are currently working in Saskatchewan in one of the following categories: Food/Beverage Server; Food Counter Attendant/Kitchen Helper; or Housekeeping/Cleaning Staff.
Long Haul Truck Drivers

This category allows Saskatchewan trucking firms to bring workers to the province for occupations requiring a high school diploma or on-the-job training under Service Canada’s Temporary Foreign Worker policy.
Students

This category allows students who have graduated from a recognized, post-secondary educational institution in Canada and worked for at least six months for a Saskatchewan employer under a CIC post-graduation work permit in any field to apply for landed immigrant status under the SINP.
Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program

Processing your resident visa through Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP) involves two different processes: One with the provincial government, and another with the federal government. We have a wealth of experience dealing with provincial nominee programs. you are protected; we are Canadian Lawyer and Regulated Consultant Immigration Canada, members of ICCRC (Immigration Consultant Of Canada Regulatory Counsel). We can represent you before Citizenship and Immigration Canada in order to obtain your permanent resident visa through the Manitoba PNP program.

The Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP) is a government immigration program that selects skilled workers who demonstrate they have the potential and the desire to immigrate and settle themselves and their families in the Canadian province of Manitoba.
Who can apply?
You must comply with one of the following streams:
Employer Direct

have an offer of a long-term, full-time job in Manitoba
have a work permit issued by Citizenship and Immigration Canada
be currently working for the Manitoba employer that has offered you the job and been working there for at least six months

International Student

an offer of a long-term, full-time job in Manitoba
a post-graduate open work permit issued by Citizenship and Immigration Canada after you completed a post-secondary educational program of at least eight months in Manitoba
currently working for the Manitoba employer that offered you the job and been working there for at least six months

Family Support

a close relative in Manitoba who has signed a Manitoba Affidavit of Support (MAS)

Strategic Initiatives

Strategic Initiatives are undertaken at the discretion of the MPNP in accordance with program needs and available resources. You are eligible to apply if you:

participated in an exploratory visit to Manitoba, confirmed by the MPNP, and had an interview with aMPNP officer, or
were interviewed by a MPNP officer and received a letter of invitation to apply as part of a MPNP targeted overseas promotional initiative, or
have the support of an ethnocultural community organization in Manitoba that will help you arrange an exploratory visit that has been pre-approved by the MPNP

General stream

You must have at least one of the following:

a close relative in Manitoba who has signed an Affidavit of Support (MAS)
two friends or distant relatives in Manitoba who have each signed an affidavit of support
completed education in Manitoba
previous work experience in Manitoba (six months minimum)

To apply in any of the streams you must provide evidence that you have financial resources in your own name demonstrating that you are able to:

pay your Government of Canada immigration fees and travel expenses to Manitoba
support yourself while you are looking for employment
ensure your successful settlement in Manitoba

As a general rule, applicants should have at least C$10,000 plus C$2,000 for each accompanying dependant.
Ontario Provincial Nominee Program

Processing your resident visa through the Provincial Nominee Program involves two different processes: One with the provincial government, and another with the federal government. We have a wealth of experience dealing with the provincial nominees program.

You are protected; we are Canadian Lawyer and Regulated Consultant Immigration Canada, members of ICCRC (Immigration Consultant Of Canada Regulatory Counsel)

The Ontario Provincial Nominee program may be a pathway to permanent resident status for foreign workers and international students. However, it is important to understand that in most instances this program is employer-driven. That means you can only apply if you have a permanent full-time job offer, your employer is pre-screened and the position is approved by Opportunities Ontario.
Who can apply?

a) You have a permanent, full-time job offer from an Ontario employer in a skilled occupation (NOC 0, A, B)
b) The only exception to the requirement of having a permanent full-time job offer are international students who are graduates of a PhD or Masters program from one of Ontario’s publicly funded universities.

Newfoundland and Labrador Provincial Nominee Program

Processing your resident visa through the PNP involves two different processes: One with the provincial government, and another with the federal government. We have a wealth of experience dealing with Provincial nominees programs.

You are protected; we are Canadian Lawyer and Regulated Consultant Immigration Canada, members of ICCRC (Immigration Consultant Of Canada Regulatory Counsel).

The Newfoundland and Labrador Provincial Nominee Program seeks to recruit immigrants who have specialized occupational or entrepreneurial skills. Through an agreement with the Government of Canada, the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador may nominate immigrants, who can contribute to the economic and social goals of the province, for permanent resident status.
Occupational/Skilled Worker

An applicant with specialized skills and experience which may fill a shortage or specialized need in the existing provincial labour market. Applicants much have either a guaranteed job offer from a local employer or be currently employed within the province on a valid work permit. Click here for more details.
Immigrant Entrepreneur

This program is currently under revision.
Family Connection

This category is for immigrant families living in Newfoundland and Labrador who want to help their overseas family members relocate and work in the province. Click here for more details.
International Graduate

This category allows international students, who have graduated from a recognized Newfoundland and Labrador post-secondary educational institution, to be considered for nomination for permanent residence in Canada.
New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program

Processing your resident visa through the New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program involves two different processes: One with the provincial government, and another with the federal government. We have a wealth of experience dealing with Provincial nominees programs.
You are protected; we are Canadian Lawyer and Regulated Consultant Immigration Canada, members of ICCRC (Immigration Consultant Of Canada Regulatory Counsel)
The New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program welcomes applicants in two categories: skilled worker applicants and business applicants.
Skilled workers are considered under two streams:

Employer stream: A guaranteed offer of permanent employment from a New Brunswick employer, or,
Family stream: A family supporter who is a citizen or permanent resident of New Brunswick, who has been living and working in the province for a minimum of one year, and who has made a commitment to assist your settlement in New Brunswick.

Successful Business applicants must:

Meet eligibility criteria.
Complete an exploratory visit to New Brunswick.
Have an approved business plan or business proposal.
Obtain a minimum score of 50 points.
Make a CDN $75,000.00 conditionally refundable deposit.

All applicants must make a commitment to reside in New Brunswick, with their dependents and are required to sign a declaration confirming their intention to live and work in this Province.
Prince Edward Island Provincial Nominee Program

Processing your resident visa through the Provincial Nominee Program involves two different processes: One with the provincial government, and another with the federal government. We have a wealth of experience dealing with Provincial nominees programs.
You are protected; we are Canadian Lawyer and Regulated Consultant Immigration Canada, members of ICCRC (Immigration Consultant Of Canada Regulatory Counsel).

The Prince Edward Island Provincial Nominee Program expedites immigration to Canada for individuals and their families who meet provincial criteria. The four categories under the Prince Edward Island Provincial Nominee Program are as follows:

Immigrant Partner Category – A principal applicant who proposes to make an investment in an existing Prince Edward Island company and to take an active role in that company as a director or senior manager.

Immigrant Entrepreneur Category – A principal applicant who proposes to establish a viable, new business in Prince Edward Island.

Immigrant Connections Category – A principal applicant suggested by a Prince Edward Island based “champion” who meets settlement and employability criteria.

Skilled Worker Category – A principal applicant with specialized skills and experience who fills a labour market need in Prince Edward Island (A job offer is needed).
Yukon Nominee Program (YNP)

Processing your resident visa through the Provincial Nominee Program involves two different processes: One with the provincial government, and another with the federal government. We have a wealth of experience dealing with Provincial nominees programs.

You are protected; we are Canadian Lawyer and Regulated Consultant Immigration Canada, members of ICCRC (Immigration Consultant Of Canada Regulatory Counsel).

There are three programs the Yukon Nominee Program offers: the Skilled Worker Program, the Critical Impact Worker Program and the Business Program

Business Nominee Program: It is designed to attract business expertise and investment capital to the territory. The Business Program has two components: an Entrepreneur category and a Self Employed category.

Skilled Worker Program: It is designed to attract qualified individuals who can help alleviate the shortage of skilled workers in the Territory who cannot be found within the current territorial or national labour market.

Critical Impact Worker Program: It provides Yukon employers with the means to fill semi-skilled jobs in the levels of C and D.

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