Provincial Nominee Programs (PNP)

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The long and short of Provincial Nominee Programs is that individual provinces in Canada decide who they want, depending on their requirements.

 

Some require that you have prior work or educational experience within their province. Others have skilled worker systems that don’t require prior study or work experience.

Take a look at the following Provincial Nominee programs - 

  • Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP)

  • Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program: Skilled Worker Overseas Stream

  • Nova Scotia Demand

  • New Brunswick Express Entry Category

  • Ontario Express Entry Category

  • Quebec Skilled Worker Program (QSWP)

Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP)

 

To qualify under the SINP, you must demonstrate an intention to live in Saskatchewan. There are two programs available for you if you don’t have prior work experience in the province:

  • The International Skilled Worker Category: Occupations In-Demand Sub-Category

  • The International Skilled Worker: Saskatchewan Express Entry Sub-Category

What you need to know

 

The International Skilled Worker Category: Occupations In-Demand Sub-Category

Under this program, you must score a minimum of 60 points out of 100 on the Saskatchewan point assessment grid. You must also have at least one year work experience in an occupation in demand.

 

The International Skilled Worker: Saskatchewan Express Entry Sub-Category

Through this category the SINP can nominate you, if you are already in the Express Entry pool, towards gaining a permanent residency in Canada.

 

The caveat: you must have the education, skilled work experience, language ability and other factors to successfully integrate into Saskatchewan’s labour market and communities.

 

The same eligibility criteria applies to this sub-category as the SINP International Skilled Worker Category: Occupations In-Demand Sub-Category.

Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program: Skilled Worker Overseas Stream

If you want to live and work in Manitoba, this is the program for you. If you are eligible, you must submit an expression of interest to the Manitoba government. You will then be ranked against other candidates and if your scores are among the highest you will receive an invitation to apply (ITA) for nomination.  Our consultants at BAW will guide you through your expression of interest, and then further, through your submission of documents upon receiving an ITA.

 

Eligibility criteria

 

To be considered for a nomination, you must score a minimum of 60 out of a possible 100 points under the selection factors.  Your age, education, language proficiency, work experience and connection to Manitoba all affect your points.

 

Nova Scotia Demand

 

If you are interested in settling in Nova Scotia, the Nova Scotia Demand: Express Entry stream can be the right channel for you. The Nova Scotia government is looking for people who can successfully live and work in Nova Scotia and contribute to its development.

 

Eligibility criteria

 

Your nomination is based on a points system that is affected by:

  • Your education and training

  • Work experience

  • Language ability

  • Age

  • Your connection to Nova Scotia. This includes:

    • Family you have in Nova Scotia

    • Or an offer of employment from a company in Nova Scotia

    • Or study or work experience in the province

You must have a minimum score of 67 points to be considered for nomination. You must also have atleast one year of work experience within the last five years in a job listed on the Nova Scotia Opportunity Occupations List.

 

New Brunswick Express Entry Category

 

New Brunswick has its own Express Entry program. This program also uses a points system to determine your eligibility and nomination, based on the following factors:

  • Education and training

  • Work experience

  • Language ability

  • Arranged employment

  • Adaptability

 

You must have atleast 67 out of 100 points on these factors to be considered for nomination. The New Brunswick Express Entry program is similar to the Federal Skilled Worker Program.  You are awarded the same points under both.

 

Further eligibility criteria

 

There’s just a little more New Brunswick asks for from you. You must:

  • Be between 22 and 55 years of age

  • Have atleast one year of work experience in the past five years that matches jobs classified O, A or B in the National Occupational Classification (NOC)

  • Show language proficiency of atleast Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) 7. If an employer or regulatory body requires a higher score, that requirement applies

  • Show that you have sufficient settlement funds if you don’t have a job offer at the time of applying

 

Ontario Express Entry Category

 

To work and live in Ontario, you can apply to the Ontario Express Entry program (called Opportunities Ontario), through two different avenues.

  • The Ontario Express Entry: Human Capital Priorities Stream

  • The Ontario Express Entry: French-Speaking Skilled Worker Stream

 

To be considered for nomination under these programs, you must first enter the federal express entry pool as a skilled worker. Opportunities Ontario picks candidates for the provincial program from the Express Entry pool. We will help you through every step of the immigration process.

Eligibility Criteria

 

To be considered for Ontario’s provincial program, you should:

  • Have the equivalent of a Bachelor’s degree

  • Atleast one year of skilled work experience in the last five years

  • Show language proficiency of atleast CLB 7 in English or French

  • Have atleast 400 CRS points under federal Express Entry

Quebec Skilled Worker Program (QSWP)

If you want to move to Quebec, you need to apply to Quebec’s immigration programs. These are separate from federal and other provincial immigration programs – with distinct and more predictable selection criteria.

 

So what’s the immigration process like?

If you want to settle permanently in Quebec, you have to go through a two-step immigration process.

 

  • First: you must be selected by the Ministère de l'Immigration, de la Diversité et de l'Inclusion (MIDI), Quebec's immigration authority. If you are selected, you’ll receive a Quebec Certificat de Sélection (CSQ).

  • Next: once you hold an approved CSQ, you must file an application with Canada’s federal immigration body. The federal government will mainly conduct medical and criminal checks when evaluating your Quebec application for permanent residence.

 

Eligibility criteria

 

You will receive consideration from the Quebec authorities based on your education and training, your age, work experience, language proficiency, spouse and children.

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