Provincial Nominee Program ​(PNP)

The Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) is a Joint Venture by the Federal & Provincial Governments in Canada, thereby formulating a two-tiered system wherein the Provinces and Territories may nominate applicants for Permanent Residence, if they meet the criteria set out by the Province. 

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The eligibility criteria that needs to be met for the Provincial Nominee Program is specific to each Province, and the Provinces set expectations depending on the skills & occupations which are in demand within their jurisdiction. In addition to having different streams, each Province has a minimum of one Immigration Stream formulated along the line of the Federal Express Entry System. 

Immigrating through the Provincial Nominee Program is a 2-step process. Once the applicant has been nominated by the Province, he/she has to apply to the Federal Government, who is the final decision-making authority. Applications for Provincial Nomination may be submitted through the Express Entry System, or by directly contacting the Province. 


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