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The British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BC-PNP) is an immigration program through which a broad range of workers, graduates, and entrepreneurs can settle in British Columbia permanently.
BC PNP Streams
The BCPNP accepts applications under three major categories:
• Skills Immigration;
• Express Entry BC; and
• Entrepreneur Immigration.
Nova Scotia PNP
Nova Scotia is one of Canada’s Maritime Provinces, with a peninsula and many offshore islands. Nova Scotia is popular for water sports, such as kayaking, and is home to puffins and seals.
Through the Nova Scotia PNP, prospective immigrants to Nova Scotia, who have the skills and experience targeted by the province, may be nominated for immigration. Candidates, who receive a Nova Scotia Nomination certificate, may have their application fast-tracked, speeding up the immigration process.
The Nova Scotia PNP (Nova Scotia Provincial Nominee Program) receives immigration applications under the following:
• Physician Stream;
• Entrepreneur Stream;
• International Graduate Entrepreneur;
• Skilled Worker Stream;
• Nova Scotia Labour Market Priorities Stream
• Nova Scotia Demand: Express Entry Stream;
• Nova Scotia Experience: Express Entry Stream; and the
• Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program
The Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP) is the economic immigration program of the province. The province of Ontario nominates people with skills and experience that the economy needs and who are eligible for a PR. This program is a partnership of the province of Ontario and the Government of Canada through Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC).
The final decision on approving applicants for PR is taken by the Government of Canada.Skilled immigrants, international students and/or their spouses/common-law partners/conjugal partners with the required work experience and education can apply to the OINP for a nomination.
The OINP accepts applications under the following immigration categories:
• Human Capital Category
• Employer Job Offer Category
• Business Category
The AINP accepts skilled worker applications under the Opportunity Alberta stream and under the Express Entry system. It also operates one business program, the Self-employed Farmer stream.
The program is operated by the Alberta government in partnership with the federal immigration department, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC). Interested candidates must follow a two-stage process: apply for nomination to the provincial government, and then, if nominated, apply for permanent residence to the federal government.
The province of Saskatchewan welcomes people with the skills, education and experience required to maintain and grow its economy to migrate to Saskatchewan as Permanent Residents (PRs). The Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) is a provincial nomination program that allows these individuals to reach out for a nomination, after which they can apply for a PR.
You can apply via either of below three categories under the SINP:
1) Saskatchewan International Skilled Worker Category
The Saskatchewan International Skilled Worker category includes sub-categories for:
• Employment Offer
• Saskatchewan Express Entry
The Occupation-In-Demand and Saskatchewan Express Entry sub-categories operate using an Expression of Interest system.
The Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP) seeks recent graduates, skilled workers, businesspeople and their families with the intention and ability to successfully settle and economically establish in Manitoba as permanent residents. Manitoba makes it easy to immigrate and settle in our province.
The MPNP for Skilled Workers is locally driven and based on the needs of Manitoba employers. We select internationally trained and experienced workers who have the skills needed in the local labour market, and nominate them to receive Canadian permanent resident visas to settle and work in Manitoba. There are two streams:
- Skilled Workers in Manitoba
- Skilled Workers Overseas
This pilot program is intended to address the skills gaps, low immigration rates, and rising market needs for qualified and skilled workers in these four provinces.
This program was started on March 06, 2017, and will be in place till December 31, 2021.
Initially, you will need to apply for a one-year, LMIA-exempt employer-specific work permit. For this, you will need a job offer letter from one of the employers who has been shortlisted for this program (in either of these four provinces) and a referral letter from that province.
You can apply for any one of the below three programs under this pilot:
1. Atlantic International Graduate Program
2. Atlantic High-skilled Program
3. Atlantic Intermediate-skilled Program
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