As each province and territory has its own “streams” (immigration programs that target certain groups) and requirements, the eligibility and requirements of the candidates depends on the province and the program under which they apply. For example, the provinces of Saskatchewan and Manitoba require the lowest IELTS out of all the Canadian provinces. Therefore, applicants from skilled, semi or low-skilled trades or professions, students and business people should have the necessary skills, proper education, sufficient work experience, and a passing language examination results announced by the provinces as the major requirements of a special program the applicant may show interest in. Many Canadian provinces have an arrangement with the national Government of Canada to nominate immigrants who intend to reside in those respective provinces so that these new immigrants would contribute to the economy of that specific province or territory. Therefore, all PNP programs require the applicants to:
-want to live in that province, and are ready to commit themselves to live there
-want to become permanent residents of Canada
-have the necessary requirements set forth under each special program of that very province.
1) Why should an applicant apply for a PNP program?
-Express Entry is the most popular and the fastest program through which one can obtain Canadian Permanent Residency. The Express Entry program calculates a score for each applicant depending on a collection of categories. However, if your CRS (Comprehensive Ranking System) point is low, you can plan to apply in any of the Provincial Nominee Programs (PNP) available. Many PNPs accept the applicant even with low CRS scores.
-The applicants should first choose a province or territory and the program they wish to apply for. To be nominated by a province or territory, the applicants must check if they possess the requirements of the special class, they are interested to apply for under any of the following provinces because their requirements vary from province to province and from program to program. Besides, the instructions on their website are also different and peculiar to that very province the applicants choose. Upon finding themselves eligible, they can start the application process under a special PNP program and provide the required documents with their filled-out application forms to be sent to the relevant province. However, all these provinces require the applicants to commit themselves to live in these provinces and if their authorities are not convinced that the applicants have a plan to reside there, they will not be nominated at all. Some negative points that may cause applicants to lose their nomination chance are that the applicant:
or his/her spouse has close relatives living in other province(s) in Canada.
ü has visited Canada in the past and his/her destinations during these visits were outside that province.
ü has an active or recent immigration application with a destination to another province.
ü or his/her spouse has worked and/or studied in another province in Canada.
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