What is a Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) and how does it work?
The Provinces of Canada have some authority on immigration matters, in conjunction with the Federal Government. Provincial Nominee Programs are developed to match skilled immigrants with provinces where their profession is most needed. This ensures that immigrants can easily find a job and employers can easily find employees. Provincial nomines are processed as a priority by the Federal government. Every Province offers a different set of nominee programs with a variety of requirements. You can browse the nominee programs below either by province or by profession/education level below. Please note that all requirements listed are only a summary, and may change from time to time. For more information please Contact Us.