If you want permanent residency in Canada, the Provincial Nominee Program may be the path for you. The Provincial Nominee Program for Business accelerates the immigration process by providing a Nomination Certificate to allow for faster processing of your immigration application.
The Canadian government has arranged for skilled immigration agreements to meet the needs of businesses, and requirements for capital investment in provinces and territories. Plus these Canadian provinces and territories also have their own business immigration programs to bring skilled workers to their locations.
In a recent interview, when asked what she would do to ensure immigrants have a smooth transition, Ontario’s Progressive Conservative Candidate, Robin Martin replied
“The best thing we can do to ensure a smooth transition is to help new immigrants find jobs. We need to break down barriers that prevent people from using their skills and working in their areas of expertise. I will work along with a PC government to break down artificial barriers to credentialing, and utilize the Provincial Nominee Program, to match immigration to the jobs we need in the community.”
What Else You Need To Know.
The PNP provides an excellent fast-track opportunity for Canadian Permanent Residency.
Each Canadian province, and one territory have their own unique Provincial Nomination Programs (except for Québec, which has a different selection system). This can make the application process confusing for many UAE residents.
There is no need for you to worry, or make a mistake when applying. Pathwayvisas will help you get you immigrate to Canada.
The following provinces are currently accepting applications under the Canadian Provincial Nominee Program: Manitoba, Saskatchewan, British Columbia, New Brunswick, Quebec, Yukon, Northwest Territories and Prince Edward Island.
Why be confused about the various province and territory regulations when Pathwayvisas can sort this out for you? Take our Free online assessment to see if you are eligible for the Canadian Provincial Nominee Program.