Provincial Nominee Program Canada
The most popular program to apply for immigration
In the last few years, Canada is seeing a shortage of skilled trade employees. This program is tailored to applicants who have a strong presence in a specific trade occupation. The trades occupations that fall under the trades program are industrial, electrical, construction trades, maintenance and equipment operations, chefs and bakers, and processing and manufacturing operators.
When an applicant falls into one of these categories or under agriculture standards, they must have two years of full-time or the equivalent paid work in 5 years. No educational requirement is needed, but candidates must pass an English language test in all four respective areas, including reading, writing, listening, and speaking!
How would I apply for a Provincial Nominee Program?
All the final decisions on immigration have decided by the federal government, not the provincial government in Canada. The process of PNP has divided into two parts a) You have to apply to the province for your provincial nomination if you have already nominated by the province b) then you have to submit a second application to the federal government for your Canadian Permanent Resident.
Follow these steps to apply for PNPs:
Set your mind where you would like to immigrate in which provinces and territories. Make sure to check the requirements for PNP to determine the eligibility.
Complete PNP Application
Submit an application to chosen your province or territory for immigrate.
Get Your Provincial Nomination Certificate
If your application is successfully accepted then you can eligible to apply for Canadian permanent residence.
Submit Your Application For PR
Apply to the Federal Government of Canada for Permanent Residence (PR). If you are selected through an Express Entry-aligned PNP, you can do this online. If not, you must have submitted your paper offline.
Basic Documents of Provincial Nominee Programs:
- Application form of the primary applicant.
- Form attested through spouse and other dependents
- Recent color photographs
- Valid passport
- Identity proof
- Educational Credential Assessment (ECA) report
- Language skills results
- Proof of fund
- Medical certificate
- Police clearance certificate
- Documents of spouse and other dependents.
Requirements for PNPs Canada:
The Government of Canada is looking for those applicants who have work experience that meets the needs of their specific labour market. Each province has their own eligibility requirements for education, language expertise and skill sets. You must have to proof that you will be able to contribute to the economy of province where you have genuine intention to live.