Provincial Nomination: A Fast Track option to get PRC (Canadian Permanent Residence)
The PNPs (Provincial Nominee Programs) enable Canadian territories and provinces nominate candidates who are eager to immigrate and settle in a province or territory in Canada covered in the programs.
Except for Quebec, each and every province, and two territories that come under PNPs have their own Provincial Nominee programs. The articipating provinces and territories have entered into an agreement with the IRCC that enables them to choose immigrants who meet their requirements and effectively contribute to the society.
Both territorial and provincial governments use PNPs to bring skilled newcomers to their region to effectively contribute to the community. Each PNP has at least one immigration stream aligned with the Federal Entry immigration selection system called ‘enhanced’ nominations.
Click on the link to learn more about how PNPs function with respect to the Express Entry System and express entry Canada consultants.