Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP)
Provincial Nomination: Important Fast-Track Option for Canadian Permanent Residence.
Provincial Nominee Programs (PNPs) is one of several options for achieving Canadian permanent residency on a fast track basis. The PNPs allows Canadian territories and provinces to nominate candidates who are aspiring to immigrate and permanently settle in one or the provinces of the country. Each Canadian province except Quebec has its own selection system. In addition, two territories have their own Provincial Nominee Programs. The participating territories and provinces in the Provincial Nominee Programs sign agreements with IRCC (Immigration Refugees and Citizenship Canada) (IRCC). The agreement with the IRCC enables them to choose migrants who meet their set requirements. For Canadian visa under PNPs, you can visit our site or talk to our representatives directly.
Free Assessment Form
Free Assessment Form is to assess whether you qualify for a Provincial Nominee program or not. You can know about the free assessment from our Canadian visa consultant or simply by visiting our site.
Territorial and provincial governments have been utilizing PNPs to more effectively and efficiently to welcome skilled immigrants to their region. Each program is tailored to the meet specific criteria for selecting nominees. The selected nominees will be able to settle and work in the region to effectively contribute to the community. Most PNPs contain a minimum immigration stream that is aligned with the Federal Express Entry Immigration Selection system. Streams are known as ‘enhanced’ nominations. Tap here to learn more about how Provincial Nominee programs and how they function with respect to the Express Entry System. You can also contact our visiting visa to Canada consultant to know more about the program.