Provincial Nominee Programs (PNPs)
Canada is one of the robust economic zones in the world. Apart from this, numerous other reasons prompt people all over the world to immigrate to Canada e.g. better opportunities for career development, general employment, personal growth and social interaction. Canada helps new immigrants find a better and quality life by offering a wide range of immigration programs for the self-employed and business people. Most importantly, immigration rules in Canada are less rigorous than most other countries.
The job market in Canada is a very high demand sector, with ample scopes for skilled and qualified. Work environment, payment and other benefits are more distinguished when compared with other countries around the world. A Canadian passport holder enjoys lots of benefits while travelling throughout the world, including Visa-Free travel in many countries.
Canada stands out from other countries in terms of social service benefits for new immigrants. Education, health, social welfare, etc. are government-subsidized services made available to immigrants and their families. Notably, Canada places a little or almost no restriction on where an immigrant will work or live. Besides, there is a complete freedom of religion and culture.
Canadian immigration visa is categorized into three major types:
(a) Express Entry (b) PNPs (c) RNIP (d) Other Streams across provinces and territories participating in PNP programs.
Provincial Nominee Programs (PNPs)
Provincial Nominee Programs (PNPs) recommend a pathway to Canadian permanent residence for individuals interested in immigrating to a particular Canadian province or territory. These programs are reported to be the fastest growing route to economic immigration in Canada. Interestingly enough, each Canadian province and territory maneuvers its own PNP for meeting specific monetary and demographic needs.
The eligibility of an individual for PNPs varies from province to province. Yet language proficiency, education, work experience, skill set, etc. of an individual are taken in consideration for PNPs. Furthermore, the person must demonstrate his potentials in contributing to the local economy with a genuine intention to settle in that province or territory.
Note: Quebec does not have a Provincial Nominee Program.
Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot Program (RNIP)
Following the provision of Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot Program (RNIP) of Canada, foreign nationals are allowed permanent residence under different categories. In fact, RNIP is an economic pilot program. As per the program, any interested non-Canadian interested must have a recommendation from the targeted community and a job offer within the same community border.
Requirements for RNIP
- Passport and voter ID
- Birth certificate
- Job certificate
- Salary certificate
- Salary statement or pay slip
- Photos (soft copy) 35mm × 45mm
- Experience of working full-time for at least one year in the last 3 years (at least 1,560 hours)
- Proficiency in English
- A post-secondary degree (in the recommended community) equivalent education
- Bank solvency for transiting into the target community
- Proof of clean criminal record
- Medical certificate
- Immunity card
Visa Processing Time:
- About 6 Months
- We have a team of highly experienced professionals. We assess the eligibility of the applicants perfectly and hence, we have been successful in our documentation.
- Our vast knowledge in this sector leads us to fast and flawless processing of applications.
- We have RCIC registered lawyers. Thereby, our clients have bigger chances to give a shot at making their dreams come true.
- One of our offices is located in Canada. As a result, dealing with any application directly is a lot easier for us than any other firms.
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