CANADA PROVINCIAL NOMINEE PROGRAMS
Canada’s PNP Programs essentially accommodates prospective immigrant filing a petition through a specific province or territory in Canada and the related province has the legitimate right to nominate individuals via the Canadian Provincial Nomination Program. Québec is an exception to these programs as the province has its own pre-defined cluster of selection criteria.
The continued influence from The Citizenship and Immigration Canada-CIC had made possible for many provinces and territories to settle down into a treaty with respect to skilled immigration agreements involving the particular requirement of recruiters & capital investment necessities for each geographical region. Hence a number of provinces in the nation have acquired their own specific business immigration schemes that are focused to motivate trained manpower to settle in these provinces.
Each and every province or territory of Canada has its own exclusive Provincial Nomination Programs, suitably molded to positively cater to the specific requirement of the province or territory, to draw business individuals, investors, and/or qualified manpower. The aspirant will require zeroing in on the specific Canadian province that he/she wishes to move to, through the provincial nominee schemes (as mentioned below):
♦Alberta provincial nominee program
♦ British Columbia provincial nominee program
♦ Manitoba provincial nominee program
♦ New Brunswick provincial nominee program
♦ Newfoundland and Labrador provincial nominee program
♦ Nova Scotia provincial nominee program
♦ Northwest Territories provincial nominee program
♦ Nunavut provincial nominee program
♦ Ontario provincial nominee program
♦ Prince Edward Island (PEI) provincial nominee program
♦ Quebec provincial nominee program