Provincial Nominee Programm = Permanent Residence Канада
Canada Provincial Nominee Program Guide
Each province and territory in Canada, with the exception of Quebec, has their own Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) which nominates individuals interested in settling in that particular province for fast-tracked immigration. Each Canadian Provincial Nominee Program has its own criteria, guidelines, as well as province specific «streams» which are individual immigration programs targeting precise demographics of skilled workers, students, and business professionals. This allows each province and territory to attract new immigrants that have the precise skills, work experience, and knowledge required to meet the local labor market needs of their distinct economy.
For detailed information about each of the Canada Provincial Nominee Programs, please visit the province specific immigration pages listed below. If you would like to immigrate to Canada and are open to living in more than one region of the country, our knowledgeable immigration professional can help you determine which province(s) will be most likely to nominate you under their PNP given your education, skill set, and past work experience. The fastest and easiest way to apply for a PNP nomination is through the Canada Express Entry system.
Express Entry PNP
When you create a new Canada Express Entry profile, you can indicate which provinces or territories you are interested in immigrating to. Rather than passively waiting for one of these provinces to send you a «notification of interest», it is possible to directly apply for a nomination under a specific stream. Targeting the optimal PNP stream(s) through Express Entry can significantly increase your chances of being accepted to apply for Canada permanent residency. Receiving an enhanced nomination certificate from a Canada PNP will give you enough points under the Express Entry Comprehensive Ranking System that you will very likely receive an Invitation to Apply (ITA) during the next draw. This is one of the many reasons why people often retain the services of a Canada immigration lawyer when entering the Express Entry pool. An experienced legal professional will be able to match your skills, education, and experience to the ideal Canadian PNP stream, and will even factor in the province’s target number of nominations for each category when identifying which ones offer you the best opportunity for success. Our Canadian immigration professional has extensive experience helping people obtain permanent residency in Canada, and can help clients from every country in the world optimize their Express Entry profile to maximize their chances of being accepted.
Want to know which Canada PNP might best suit you? Call us today for a FREE consultation.
Canada Provincial Nominee Program List
British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program:
Learn about the BC PNP: British Columbia immigration.
Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program:
Learn about the AINP: Alberta immigration.
Saskatchewan Immigration Nominee Program:
Learn about the SINP: Saskatchewan immigration.
Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program:
Learn about the MPNP: Manitoba immigration.
Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program:
Learn about the OINP: Ontario immigration.
New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program:
Learn about the NB PNP: New Brunswick immigration.
Nova Scotia Provincial Nominee Program:
Learn about the NSNP: Nova Scotia immigration.
Prince Edward Island Provincial Nominee Program:
Learn about the PEI PNP: Prince Edward Island immigration.
Newfoundland Provincial Nominee Program:
Learn about the NLPNP: Newfoundland immigration.
Canada PR applications are processed significantly faster when submitted through Express Entry. Traditional applications to become a permanent resident of Canada can take as long as 24 months to be processed. Under Canada Express Entry, however, a Canadian permanent residency application is almost always processed by CIC staff in six months or less.
Interested in applying to a Canadian Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) through Express Entry? Contact us today!
How to Get an Express Entry Canada Provincial Nominee Program Nomination
There are two effective methods of applying for a Canada Express Entry Provincial Nominee Program nomination. The first method is for a prospective immigrant to contact a Canada Nominee Program directly and apply for a nomination under the province’s Express Entry stream. If he or she is successfully nominated by the Canada PNP, they can then create an Express Entry profile and accept the nomination electronically through their MyCIC account. The second method is to begin by creating an Express Entry profile that shows which provinces and territories the potential immigrant would like to work and live in. If you receive a notification of interest from one of these provinces, you can then apply under their Express Entry stream, and if successful you can then accept the nomination through your MyCIC account.
Does Being Nominated by a Canada PNP Allow You to Work in Canada Immediately?
When a province nominates you for permanent residence, you are not entitled to work in the country unless you also have a valid work permit. Until a prospective immigrant has been issued a Canada Permanent Resident Card (PR Card), he or she cannot work in Canada unless they have obtained legal working status from Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC).
Increased Value of PNP Canada Nominations
In November 2020, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) updated the Express Entry ranking system greatly reducing the number of points awarded for arranged employment that includes a positive Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA). As a result, Express Entry candidates with LMIA-based employment offers lost up to 550 points on their Express Entry score. A nomination certificate from a Provincial Nominee Program Canada is now by far the most valuable factor when applying for Express Entry immigration to Canada. According to Canadian Express Entry statistics, almost 50% of prospective immigrants who were issued an Invitation to Apply for permanent residency in 2015 had an LMIA supported job offer. With the new updated 2020 Express Entry ranking algorithm, candidates without LMIA job offers may become much more competitive.
Иммиграция в Канаду через Provincial Nominee Program (PNP)
7 сентября 2020, 10:32
Что такое PNP или провинциальная номинация?
Провинциальная номинация — это вариант ускоренной иммиграции в Канаду для тех, кто хочет получить вид на жительство.
У большинства канадских провинций и территорий есть Провинциальная программа номинации (Provincial Nominee Program, PNP), которая позволяет им отбирать кандидатов с навыками, опытом работы или потенциалом, нужными рынку труда и обществу.
Каждая PNP делится на потоки или направления, и минимум один из них работает в рамках федеральной системы отбора Express Entry. За подачу заявлений именно на эти направления программы кандидаты получают дополнительные 600 баллов в рейтинговой системе Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS), что по своей сути почти 100%-я гарантия успешной иммиграцией, если все остальные условия будут выполнены (медицина, справка о несудимости и т.д.). Больше о том, как работают PNP в рамках Express Entry, читайте здесь (на английском языке). Чтобы узнать, можете ли вы участвовать в PNP, заполните нашу онлайн-форму оценки шансов на иммиграцию.
Актуальные иммиграционные потоки PNP по провинциям и территориям
- Британская Колумбия
- Новая Шотландия
- Остров Принца Эдуарда
- Северо-Западные Территории
Skilled Worker (Квалифицированные работники)
- Новая Шотландия
- Британская Колумбия
- Остров Принца Эдуарда
- Северо-Западные Территории
International Graduates (выпускники канадских ВУЗов)
- Британская Колумбия
- Новая Шотландия
- Business Immigration
- Британская Колумбия
- Северо-Западные Территории
- Остров Принца Эдуарда
Semi-Skilled Worker (Работники по специальностям, не требующим высокой квалификации)
- Британская Колумбия
- Северо-Западные Территории
Прежде чем подавать заявление на иммиграцию в Канаду, кандидат должен получить от провинции/территории сертификат о номинации (Provincial Nomination Certificate). После успешной номинации кандидат должен подать отдельное заявление в Министерство гражданства и иммиграции Канады на получение визы постоянного резидента. Срок обработки заявки варьируется в зависимости от иммиграционного бюро, в которое вы обратились.
В провинции Квебек, где расположен город Монреаль, нет Провинциальной программы номинации. Вместо этого правительство Квебека и федеральное правительство подписали ряд соглашений, которые дали провинци право устанавливать собственные критерии отбора для экономических мигрантов.
Provincial Nominee Programs (PNPs)
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Provincial Nominee Programs (PNPs) are a key part of Canada’s immigration policy, with more than 200,000 people expected to obtain Canadian permanent residence through a Provincial Nominee Program between 2020 and 2021.
Provincial Nominee Programs are the fastest-growing economic Canadian immigration pathway. Over recent years, the federal government has gradually increased provinces’ annual allocations for their respective PNPs, showing the increasing importance of these programs within the overall Canadian immigration landscape.
Am I eligible for a Provincial Nominee Program?
How does the application process work for PNPs?
Provincial Nominee Programs and Express Entry
What PNPs are available in each Canadian province?
What is the processing time for a PNP application?
Provincial Nominee Program Live Tracker
Check out this video for our 2-minute explanation of Provincial Nominee Programs (PNPs):
Am I eligible for a Provincial Nominee Program?
Under Provincial Nominee Programs, provinces and territories in Canada can nominate individuals and families who wish to settle in their province or territory based on criteria set by the province.
Each province and territory determines their own eligibility criteria for Provincial Nominee Programs. For example, one province might prioritize bringing in provincial nominees with experience in a certain occupation, while another province might prioritize bringing in provincial nominees with French-language experience. It depends on the needs of each specific province and territory.
In order to become a provincial nominee, applicants must show that they meet the set criteria. This will show that the applicant has the skills, education, and work experience to be able to make a positive contribution to the local economy and society. The province or territory will consider the application based on the needs of the specific province, as well as the applicant’s genuine intention to settle there.
Within each PNP, there are multiple sub-programs and categories, usually known as “streams”. You can find out which PNP streams and categories are open right now, in our PNP Canada Live Tracker, which includes a tool to help you find the right PNP stream for you.
How do I apply for a Provincial Nominee Program?
In Canada, all final immigration decisions are made by the federal government, not the provincial government. For this reason, PNPs are a two-part process. First, you have to apply to the province for your provincial nomination. Then, if you are approved by the province, you have to submit a second application to the federal government for your Canadian permanent resident status.
Follow these step-by-step instructions to apply for your PNP of choice:
- Find out your eligibility: Use the PNP Live Tracker to track available PNPs and determine your eligibility for the many options available.
- Complete a Provincial Nominee Program application: Submit your application to the province or territory.
- Receive your Provincial Nomination certificate: If your application is complete and you are eligible, you will receive an official Provincial Nomination certificate, allowing you to continue to the next step.
- Submit your permanent residence application: Apply to the federal government for Canadian permanent resident status. If you were nominated through an Express Entry-aligned PNP, you can apply through Express Entry. Otherwise, you must submit a paper-based application.
Some PNP streams operate on a first-come, first-served basis, while other PNP streams require potential applicants to first register an Expression of Interest. Further, some PNP streams operate outside the federal Express Entry immigration system – these are known as “base” streams – while other PNP streams are aligned with Express Entry.
Provincial Nominee Programs and Express Entry
Most provinces and territories have streams that are connected with the federal Express Entry selection system, through which “enhanced” nominations are available that award nominees 600 additional Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) points.
A provincial nomination is the single most valuable factor in the CRS, effectively guaranteeing that the candidate receives an Invitation to Apply (ITA) at a subsequent draw from the pool.
The CRS is a score out of 1,200 assigned to Express Entry candidates, which decides who should get an ITA for permanent residency. In almost every round of Express Entry draws, these 600 bonus points would guarantee that the applicant would receive an ITA.
Individuals who wish to apply for a provincial nomination under an enhanced PNP stream must first create an Express Entry profile and enter the pool.
CANADA PERMANENT RESIDENCE CANADIAN IMMIGRATION 2020 PROVINCIAL NOMINEE PROGRAM (PNP)
Ontario announces new PNP for tech workers
This week, the province of Ontario announced plans to launch a new PNP stream for high-skilled tech workers. The new stream was announced in the 2020 Ontario Budget which also promises the creation of a new immigration program to attract skilled workers to Ontario’s rural communities.
On April 11th, Ontario released the provincial budget for 2020. The budget focuses on economic development, with many new policies and programs designed to help Ontario create and grow jobs. Within the budget, Ontario outlines four changes to the Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP), most notably: the introduction of a new PNP stream for tech workers.
The 2020 Ontario Budget states that the province will create a dedicated PNP stream to attract high-skilled employees in tech occupations. Ontario’s tech sector has been growing significantly in recent years, with the city of Toronto now ranking as the fastest growing tech sector in North America. This new PNP stream will enable Ontario to fuel the continued growth of its powerful tech industries.
Exact details about the tech workers’ PNP stream have not yet been announced, so questions remain about which occupations will be eligible and how the application process will work. Those with experience in tech jobs can check back regularly for more information as it becomes available.
In addition to the new tech stream, Ontario announced three other changes to its provincial immigration programs:
Creation of a program for rural communities: Ontario will launch a new immigration pilot program designed to attract workers to the province’s smaller communities. This announcement follows the success of the Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program (AIP), a similar program designed to attract workers to Canada’s Atlantic Region.
Changes to the Entrepreneur Stream: The province will be revising the eligibility requirements for investment and personal net worth in order to make the program more competitive with other provinces’ entrepreneurial PNPs.
Changes to the In-Demand Skills Stream: The province will be adding truck-drivers and personal support workers to the list of eligible occupations for this stream. The In-Demand Skills stream is part of Ontario’s Employer Job Offer category and requires all applicants to have a valid job offer from an Ontario employer.
The Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP) hosts several distinct streams for hopeful newcomers, each with different educational, work and language requirements.
The most popular OINP streams for workers living outside of Canada are the Human Capital Priorities (HCP) stream and the French-Speaking Skilled Workers (FSSW) stream, as they don’t require any previous experience in Ontario. Both of these programs are aligned with the federal Express Entry system, meaning that applicants have to have an active Express Entry profile in order to be considered. HCP requires candidates to have a CRS score of 400 points or higher, while FSSW requires candidates to be proficient in French.
Outside of OINP, those hoping to immigrate to Ontario should also consider the federal Express Entry system. This popular system targets young, skilled workers with high levels of education and proficiency in either English or French. Applicants selected through Express Entry receive the fastest processing times in the country, with 80% of applications processed in 4 months or less.
If immigration to Ontario has caught your interest, now may be the best time to apply. As Canada is set to welcome over one million newcomers in the next three years, we can expect immigration programs to continue to open and for more newcomers to make Canada their home.
Provincial Nominee Programm => Permanent Residence Канада
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Estimated processing time if your application was received by the AINP:
On or before December 31, 2013: at least 13 — 15 months from the date your application was received
Between January and April 2014 (inclusive): at least 15 — 18 months from the date your application was received
Between May and August 2014 (inclusive): at least 18 — 24 months from the date your application was received
September 1, 2014 and after: at least 25 months from the date your application was received
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Мне лично кажется что в 2015 с квотами на альберту случится чтото серьзное, ибо дальше цифры расти уже не могут, черезчур неприличный масштаб принял рост. По сути сейчас набрать в Альберте год опыта и податься до самого завершения по федеральному CEC уже быстрее чем один лишь только провинциальный этап AINP — дикость
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Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program (AINP)
Eligible individuals can apply to this program as a path to working and living in Alberta permanently.
Services and information
Review Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program (AINP) eligibility or learn how to request reconsideration of an AINP application decision.
Forms and information to help you apply for the AINP Alberta Opportunity Stream, Self-Employed Farmer Stream and Alberta Express Entry Stream.
Alberta Immigration Nominee Program (AINP) nominees must apply for permanent residence immediately after becoming a provincial nominee.
Use this information to estimate processing times for applications and determine which streams are accepting applications.
Information for individuals who applied under AINP streams, categories or initiatives that are now closed.
If a person is nominated through the program, they may apply for permanent residence status together with their spouse or common-law partner and dependent children.
This application for permanent residence is managed by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada. The federal government makes final decisions on these applications.
Program nominees must meet the following federal checks to be eligible for a permanent resident visa:
This visa will allow immigration to Alberta.
Updates and changes
November 30, 2020
The Alberta government is extending the transition period for the Alberta Opportunity Stream List of Alberta Advanced Education Approved Post-Secondary Credentials to allow students and post-secondary institutions further time to adjust. The list goes into effect for Post-Graduate Work Permit holders on April 1, 2020.
International students who are admitted and enrolled before April 1, 2020 in one-year entry-level certificate programs, post-graduate certificate or diploma programs that are not on the Alberta Opportunity Stream List of Alberta Advanced Education Approved Post-Secondary Credentials will still be considered for the AINP as long as they meet all other requirements. Students who are admitted and enrolled on or after April 1, 2020 in one of these programs will not be eligible to apply to the AINP with a Post-Graduation Work Permit. They can still apply to the program if they are able to secure a Labour Market Impact Assessment-based work permit. They also continue to have an option to apply to the Express Entry stream.
November 1, 2020
The Alberta government worked with the federal government to make 2 changes to the requirements for people applying to the Alberta Opportunity Stream.
First, we removed the income threshold requirement.
If you submitted an application under the Alberta Opportunity Stream any time after June 14, 2020, the adjusted criteria will be applied to your application. This means you will not be assessed against the income threshold.
The AINP will still check whether candidates are being paid the provincial minimum wage and whether they’re being paid the minimum wage for their occupation, set out in their Labour Market Impact Assessment or in the Wages and Salaries in Alberta page on the alis website. Detailed selection criteria for wages are available on the website.
Successful nominees already have jobs when they apply to the program, which helps to show that they can support themselves and their families.
Our second change was to adjust the language requirements.
People working in National Occupational Classification (NOC) C and D jobs can continue to apply with a Canadian Language Benchmark score of 4 – there are no longer any planned increases to the language requirement for people working in National Occupational Classification C and D jobs.
People working in National Occupational Classification 0, A and B jobs can continue to apply with a Canadian Language Benchmark score of 4 until January 1, 2020. As of January 1, 2020, these candidates will be required to have a Canadian Language Benchmark score of 5. This change extends the transition time for the increase in language requirements for these candidates.
These changes will make it easier for people to apply to the program and will help make sure Alberta can continue to fill job shortages with qualified candidates when there are no Albertans or Canadians available to do the work.
After candidates have been nominated, the federal government will determine whether candidates are able to support themselves and their families over the long term.
Read more information on updates to the program (PDF, 217 KB)
July 10, 2020
The Alberta government has heard from post-secondary institutions that they and their students need time to adjust to the new Alberta Opportunity Stream List of Alberta Advanced Education Approved Post-Secondary Credentials which was posted June 14, 2020. In response, government is implementing a transition period to allow students and post-secondary institutions time to adjust.
International students who are admitted and enrolled before October 1, 2020 in one-year entry-level certificate programs, post-graduate certificate or diploma programs that are not on the Alberta Opportunity Stream List of Alberta Advanced Education Approved Post-Secondary Credentials will still be considered for the AINP as long as they meet all other requirements. Students who are admitted and enrolled on or after October 1, 2020 in one of these programs will not be eligible to apply to the AINP with a Post-Graduation Work Permit. They can still apply to the program if they are able to secure a Labour Market Impact Assessment-based work permit. They also continue to have an option to apply to the Express Entry stream.
Post-secondary programs are excluded from the list when there are enough Albertans and Canadians to fill jobs in occupations related to these programs of study. This helps the AINP meet its mandate to make sure provincial nominees are not taking jobs that could be filled by Albertans.
People needing more information can call the Immigrate to Alberta Information Service at 1-877-427-6419 or submit an email using the form at www.AlbertaCanada.com/contact-us.
June 14, 2020
Changes to the AINP are now in effect. The Alberta Opportunity Stream will simplify processes, reduce wait times, and provide fair access for applicants across all sectors and industries in Alberta. They will also provide greater opportunities for candidates with ties to the province.
If your Employer-Driven or Strategic Recruitment Stream application is postmarked June 14, 2020 or earlier, your application will still be processed.
There is also now an Alberta Express Entry Stream.
The updated program will help diversify the economy, and help Alberta employers expand their workforce. The program will make sure that provincial nominees are not taking jobs that could be filled by Albertans.
Get more information on changes to the program (PDF, 215 KB) .
March 1, 2020
Effective March 1, 2020, the AINP has a reconsideration process for application decisions. Applicants can submit a reconsideration request for their application decision to be reviewed under certain conditions. Learn more about reconsideration requests.
International Qualifications Assessment Service (IQAS)
IQAS is a service that will assess your foreign educational credentials and provide information on how your credential would compare to an educational program in Canada.
National Occupational Classification (NOC) system
The National Occupational Classification (NOC), developed by the federal government, classifies every job in Canada and assigns it a four-digit National Occupational Classification code.
Translating your documents
The AINP accepts educational documents, work reference letters, or other documents in English or French. Documents in other languages may require translation. Details on translation requirements are included in AINP Document Checklists.
Using an immigration representative
The AINP does not require you to use an immigration representative for your application. If you follow the instructions online and in the application guide, you can complete the application on your own.
Your application will not be given special attention or guaranteed approval if you use a representative.
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Provincial Nominee Programs: New opportunities in 2020 A look at key updates in the first quarter of 2020, and beyond, in Saskatchewan, Ontario, Nova Scotia and Manitoba
Recent changes to Saskatchewan’s list of in-demand occupations are a good reminder of the fact Canada’s provincial nominee programs are constantly evolving.
Provincial nominee programs, or PNPs, allow participating provinces and territories to nominate a set number of economic immigration candidates for Canadian permanent residence each year.
PNPs have been playing an increasingly vital role in Canada’s immigration strategy in recent years and this trend is set to continue under the federal government’s latest multi-year immigration levels plan.
Over the 2020-2021 period covered by the plan, admissions of new permanent residents admitted through provincial nominee programs are slated to increase each year, from 61,000 in 2020 to 71,300 in 2021.
This article looks at four key PNP developments that have taken place this year:
- The revision of Saskatchewan’s list of in-demand occupations unveiled April 4;
- Ontario’s record nomination allocation for 2020;
- Nova Scotia’s Labour Market Priorities draw targeting financial auditors and accountants;
- The ongoing renewal of the Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program.
Canada has two types of provincial nomination streams — enhanced nomination streams and base nomination streams.
Enhanced nomination streams are aligned with the federal Express Entry system, which manages the pool of candidates for three of Canada’s main economic immigration categories — the Federal Skilled Worker Class, Federal Skilled Trades Class and Canadian Experience Class.
Express Entry candidates with an enhanced provincial nomination receive an additional 600 points toward their Express Entry ranking score and are effectively fast-tracked for an invitation to apply for Canadian permanent residence.
Base nominations are granted outside the Express Entry system and can also be used to apply for permanent residence.
The revisions to Saskatchewan’s In-Demand Occupations List affected its enhanced International Skilled Worker: Express Entry sub-category and its base International Skilled Worker: Occupation In-Demand sub-category.
Both sub-categories require candidates to have eligible work experience in an occupation on the list, among other eligibility requirements.
A job offer in the occupation is not required in order to be eligible.
The update saw the list of in-demand occupations grow from 20 to 24, with the addition of 13 new occupations and the removal of nine.
The Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) updates its In-Demand Occupations List regularly to reflect the province’s evolving labour market needs.
The revised list will apply to Saskatchewan’s upcoming Expression of Interest (EOI) draws through both its Express Entry and Occupation In-Demand sub-categories, which are typically conducted by the SINP at least once a month.
Saskatchewan has issued a total of 817 invitations over the course of five draws through these streams so far in 2020.
Ontario revealed in March that it will be able to nominate a record 6,900 economic immigration candidates for Canadian permanent residence in 2020.
Ontario is Canada’s most populous province and is the destination of choice for the majority of immigrants to Canada each year.
The province’s 2020 allocation is an increase of 300 over the year before and consists of a principal allocation of 6,650 nominations plus an additional 250 spaces for intermediate-skilled temporary foreign workers (TFWs) under a new initiative by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC).
The nominations will be issued through the Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP)’s various immigration pathways, which include three Express Entry-aligned enhanced nomination streams.
All three streams — the Human Capital Priorities Stream, French-Speaking Skilled Worker Stream and Skilled Trades Stream — allow the OINP to search the Express Entry pool and invite candidates who match their provincial and federal criteria.
A job offer is not required in order to be eligible for these streams.
All three Express Entry-linked streams have been active in 2020 and the Human Capital Priorities Stream alone has issued 1,493 invitations to apply for a provincial nomination so far.
Ontario’s popular base nomination Masters Graduate Stream has also been active, opening on March 5 to 1,000 new registrations from individuals with a master’s degree obtained at an eligible university in Ontario.
The opening was cut short by a technical problem, however, and only 333 were submitted successfully before the intake system crashed.
The OINP said it will reopen the Masters Graduate Stream as soon as possible.
Another key development in the first quarter of 2020 was the use of Nova Scotia’s Express Entry-linked Labour Market Priorities Stream to invite Express Entry candidates with work experience as financial auditors or accountants.
Those selected in the January 24 draw submitted their Express Entry profiles on or after July 1, 2020, and had an Express Entry ranking score between 400 and 450, among other criteria.
Introduced in August 2020, the enhanced Labour Market Priorities Stream allows the Nova Scotia Nominee Program (NSNP) to search the Express Entry pool for candidates with work experience in occupations that are experiencing labour shortages in the province.
Draws conducted so far through Labour Market Priorities Stream have not required candidates to have a job offer from a Nova Scotia employer.
Prior to the January 24 draw for financial auditors and accountants, the NSNP had used the stream to search for and invite Express Entry candidates with work experience as early childhood educators or assistants.
Another Labour Market Priorities draw held on March 20 targeted Express Entry candidates who listed French as their first official language.
The last 17 months have witnessed the gradual rollout of the Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP)’s renewal program.
Two new pathways were added to both the Skilled Workers in Manitoba and Skilled Workers Overseas streams as part of the renewal program, including the enhanced nomination Manitoba Express Entry Pathway.
The last element of the MPNP’s renewal program — the introduction of its renewed Skilled Worker Overseas: Human Capital Pathway criteria — was scheduled for February but has yet to go into effect.
The Human Capital Pathway is for international skilled worker applicants with work experience in a position that’s listed as in-demand by the MPNP, among other criteria.
In the meantime, the MPNP has continued to issue invitations under its existing criteria for the Skilled Workers Overseas Stream.
“With their increasing targets and ongoing innovation, Canada’s provincial nominee programs provide a variety of opportunities for pursuing Canadian permanent residence,” said David Cohen, senior partner with the Campbell, Cohen Canadian immigration law firm in Montreal.
“Whether you’re an Express Entry candidate looking to improve your ranking score or someone seeking a nomination through a base stream, it’s always a good idea to keep up to speed with Canada’s changing PNP landscape.”
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Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program
The Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program (AINP) is designed to target immigrants who are ready to support Alberta’s economic growth. There are many streams to this program. Each stream is unique and has different criteria. Determining which is best for you will be the first step to deciding whether or not Alberta is the right province for you.
British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program
The BC Provincial Nominee Program (BCPNP) is an economic based immigration program that seeks to assist the province in maintaining its labour market needs. The program attracts qualified foreign workers who have the proven skills, education and experience to contribute to B.C.’s growing economy.
Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program
The Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP) facilitates skilled foreign workers and their families move to Manitoba. Foreign workers currently working in Manitoba or those overseas can qualify based on the two respective streams this province offers: «Currently Working in Manitoba» Stream and the «Skilled Workers Overseas» Stream.
New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program
The New Brunswick PNP aims to facilitate qualified business people and skilled foreign workers obtain their status in Canada through successful nomination by the province. As with all other PNP programs, the applicant will need to demonstrate their intentions to reside in their province of nomination.
Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program
The Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) can provide an alternate and quicker means of entry into Canada. It allows Saskatchewan to nominate applicants who qualify under three various streams: skilled worker, family referral, students and entrepreneurs.
Nova Scotia Provincial Nominee Program
The Nova Scotia Nominee Program (NSNP) is the first step in a two-step application process for a permanent resident visa to Canada. It allows the Government of Nova Scotia to recruit and select immigrants who intend to settle in the province, and have the skills, education, and work experience needed to make an immediate contribution to labour market and economic needs
Newfoundland and Labrador
The Newfoundland and Labrador Provincial Nominee Program (NLPNP) offers nominations through three various streams; the skilled worker, international graduate or immigrant entrepreneur streams respectively. Qualifying applicants may obtain their nomination to reside in this province.
The Northwest Territories Nominee Program is an immigration program operated by the Government of the Northwest Territories through an agreement with Citizenship and Immigration Canada. It allows qualified individuals, business owners and self-employed professionals to obtain permanent residency in a shorter time than the regular process.
Ontario Provincial Nominee Program is an immigration program through which Ontario nominates individuals based on various streams: employers, foreign workers, investors, students with a job offer, PhD Graduates and Masters Graduates. Those who fall under one of the categories may qualify for nomination in Ontario.
Prince Edward Island
The Province of Prince Edward Island welcomes newcomers wishing to embrace the opportunities presented by living in Canada’s smallest province. This program nominates individuals who can demonstrate the positive impact they will have on the province. Applicants will be assessed on their skills comparative to the province’s priorities.
The Yukon PNP was developed to allow the territory to nominate applicants based on industrial and economic priorities and labour market conditions. This territory offers two streams; the Business Stream and the Skilled Worker/Critical Impact Worker Stream.
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Провинциальная иммиграция в Канаду — Provincial Nominee Program
Последнее обновление: 10 ноября 2020 года
Канада состоит из 10 провинций и 3 территорий. Все эти административные единицы вместе объединены в федерацию Канады. Канада является одним из самых децентрализованных федеративных государств в мире. Это означает, что каждая провинция обладает широким спектром независимости в своей политике в различных областях. Одним из таких полей является иммиграция. Провинциальная иммиграция в Канаду предоставляет провинциальным властям право приглашать иммигрантов, которые могут быть полезны для нужд экономики провинции.
Сколько провинциальных программ существует в Канаде?
Провинциальная иммиграция в Канаду осуществляется через Provincial Nominee Program (PNP), но фактически, существует почти 80 различных программ провинциальной иммиграции. В некоторых провинциях, таких как Альберта, есть только три разных потока, в то время как в Онтарио десять разных активных программ иммиграции. Потоки PNP обычно направлены на привлечение квалифицированных рабочих (skilled workers), полуквалифицированных рабочих (semi-skilled workers), студентов и предпринимателей, которые могут иметь некоторые связи с провинцией (родственники, проживающие в провинции, предыдущее образование или опыт работы в этой провинции) или обладать навыками, которые востребованы в соответствующей провинции или профессии входящие в список провинциальных востребованных профессий (occupations in demand).
Стоит отметить, что провинциальная иммиграция в Канаду не включает в себя иммиграцию в Квебек. Федеральное правительство и правительство Квебека подписали Канадско-Квебекское соглашение, которое дает Квебеку исключительную ответственность за выбор иммигрантов и беженцев, которые все еще живут в своих собственных странах, но желают переехать в провинцию. Иммиграционные полномочия Квебека более широкие, по сравнению с провинциями.
Провинциальная иммиграция в Канаду: как это работает?
Основная идея номинации провинции заключается в том, чтобы уведомить федеральное правительство о том, что провинция поддерживает выбранного кандидата в качестве постоянного жителя соответствующей провинции. Провинциальная иммиграция в Канаду бывает двух типов: программы с «бумажной» подачей заявки (как например программа для выпускников магистратуры в Онтарио) и программы, связанные с федеральной отборочной системой Express Entry. Бумажные потоки не связаны с Express Entry. Обычно для обработки зявок в этих потоках требуется больше времени, так как после того, как вы заполните бумажную заявку на номинацию провинции, вы также должны пройти федеральный этап оценки, для чего нужно будет в бумажном виде послать все необходимые документы по почте. Заявки по этим потокам обрабтываются довольно медленно. Провинциальные потоки связанные с Express Entry обрабатываются значительно быстрее.
Если поток связан с Express Entry, кандидат, получивший и принявший сертификат о номинации провинции Канады, получит дополнительные 600 баллов в своем Express Entry профиле, что автоматически потчи гарантирует получение приглашения на подачу заявления (ITA) на постоянное место жительства в Канаде в ближайшем отборочном раунде.
Территория Нунавут является единственной административной единицей Канады, которая в настоящее время не имеет своей собственной провинциальной иммиграционной программы.
В свою очередь, провинциальные программы, связанные с Express Entry, также бывают двух типов. Часть из них работает по принципу системы выражения интереса (Expression of Interest, EOI). Кандидаты должны создать профиль в провинциальной системе, и в случае приглашения, подать свои документы на проверку провинции. Другой вид провинциальных програм сами выбирают подходящих кандидатов из пула федеральной Express Entry. В рамках одной провинциальной программы могут быть как «бумажные» так и онлайн потоки, так же как потоки с выражением интереса и без возможности такой интерес задекларировать.