Answering FAQs About Provincial Nomination Programs

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Answering FAQs About Provincial Nomination Programs

If you are seeking a job opportunity abroad, Canada is the best country to go to. Canada is known as a friendly country to migrant workers as it is known to value their contributions to the country’s economic development. Now that the country requires more immigrants, this is the best time to get a career opportunity and live permanently in the country. 

The easiest way to enter Canada is through the Express Entry System, but sometimes, it takes patience to be allowed entrance. Another way of getting a chance to immigrate is the Provincial Nomination Program (PNP). 

Canada has a growing ageing population, which is feared to affect its economy soon. Because of this, every province requires a workforce. The PNP aims to fill the needs of every region for labour, and each province has its nomination program for its specific industry needs. They also have their requirements for each program. 

In this article, we will share more about the PNP by answering several frequently asked questions:

 

  • How do I qualify for a Provincial Nomination Program?

 

As mentioned, each province has a different job opening. To qualify, you must have the experience and skill in the specific job that you are applying for. You may also be eligible if you have an existing job offer in a particular province, have previous work experience in the region, or completed a qualification in any region offering the PNP.  For a higher chance of being chosen, you need to show in your profile that you have a genuine interest in living in the province. A Canada express entry consultant may guide you on how to do it. 

 

  • Can I qualify for the PNP without a Job offer?

 

Although it is a great advantage to have a job offer, you can also qualify for the PNP even without it. This is because some provinces that have these streams do not require a job offer, such as Alberta, Nova Scotia, Ontario, Prince Edward Island, Saskatchewan, and Quebec. However, Quebec has different regulations, and applications must be directed to the Quebec local government. 

 

  • How long is the application process?

 

Since provinces have their programs and eligibility requirements, the application duration may differ depending on the province where you applied, the stream, and the application method. It may take an average of two to six months, but if you applied through the mail, you could wait up to 19 weeks. Be sure to ask your immigration advisor about the best method you should go for.

 

  • Can I qualify for the Express Entry Route?

 

Yes, every PNP is linked to the express entry program. However, you have to comply with all the requirements both for the PNP and express entry programs. In this case, a job offer is a prerequisite. 

 

  • Which province has the fastest PNP process?

 

In as short as two to three months, you can expect your application result from the province of British Columbia. This region has the fastest processing among the provinces offering the PNP. But you still have to consider the requirements, your CRS score, and whether or not the province is fit for you. 

 

  • Does the PNP offer guaranteed permanent residency?

 

The PNP is one of the best pathways to get a permanent residency in Canada. However, it is not a guarantee to live in Canada permanently, as that is for the federal government to decide. The PNP may submit an appeal to the Canadian government to show their interest in your contribution to their community, and then the Federal government will review your application. As such, make sure that you submit a complete and error-free application on time. 

 

  • Do I need a degree to qualify for the PNP?

 

Luckily, not all PNP streams look for a degree in applicants. Your secondary education may equate to Canada’s certification programs and qualify you for one of the PNP programs. However, this is only for select programs depending on the educational requirements of the specific job.

Conclusion

There are many ways to secure your future in Canada. Aside from the Express Entry System, the Provincial Nomination Program is your next best option. The PNP may be one of the express entries for applicants without job offers and enough educational backgrounds. Whatever application path you choose, make sure that you are doing it the right way. With that, be sure to connect with an immigration agency in Toronto to guide you through the process. 

If you’re looking for professional help from a trusted firm, please contact us at info@brightimmigration.com or call 1-888-404-8472.

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