Provincial Nomination Program

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    Provincial nomination is rendered when you apply for the nomination of a job or employment you are interested in your desired province or territory. In the program known as Provincial Nominee Program (PNP).
    Except for Quebec and Nunavut, each province has several PNP streams. Because these streams are designed by provinces to assist them in meeting their specific immigration goals, the eligibility criteria and application procedures vary. PNPs, on the other hand, are a popular option because they can be the quickest route to Canadian permanent residence.

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    How Long Does it take to Provincial Nominee Programs Application

    The PNP application process will differ depending on the programme through which an applicant is applying. PNP processes are classified into three types:

    • Expression of Interest (EOI): Some provinces require qualified candidates to submit an Expression of Interest profile to the program’s candidate pool first. The province then holds Expressions of Interest draws, in which candidates are invited to apply for nomination. The criteria for these draws are usually different from one another. The draws may consider a candidate’s score on the province’s points grid, work experience in a specific occupation, language ability, or highest education level.
    • Notification of Interest (NOI): Other nominee programs select candidates from the Express Entry pool without requiring them to apply. These programs typically seek candidates with specific work experience or skills that meet labour market demands.
    • Apply Directly to the Program: There are many programs where the applicants can apply directly for the nomination.

    Process Of Provincial Immigration Work

    Typically, it takes a few months, though it varies from one province to another.

    It takes two steps to apply for Canadian permanent residence through a PNP programme.

    You must first apply to the province. You must then submit your application to the federal government once that has been approved. Only the federal government can grant you Canadian permanent residency. The length of time it takes to process your permanent residence application will be determined by whether you submitted a ‘base’ or ‘enhanced’ PNP application.


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    Frequently Asked Questions?

    Can I qualify for PNP if I don’t qualify for Express Entry?

    How are Provincial Nominee Program points calculated?

    How does my IELTS score affect my PNP chances?

    What if the province or territory withdraws my nomination?

    Once we accept the nomination, when are we supposed to apply for PR?

    How Will We Be Helping You?

    First Step Consultancy can help you by informing you about all the documents. They will check your eligibility, and whether you meet with criteria or not. Most PNPs require an Educational Credential Assessment (ECA) report to demonstrate an applicant’s foreign credentials’ Canadian equivalence. Check the eligibility requirements for the programme you’re applying for to see if you need an ECA. In some provinces, you must also authorise the organisation to share the results of your ECA report with the PNP. From creating profiles to submitting all the documents and filling out the application forms, we will assist in every way possible.

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