PNP Program’s

Provincial Nominee Program

The world around us changing rapidly and human beings are mobile than ever searching for safe heaven for themselves and their kids. Although we know that there are more than 200 countries all over the world only a few of them are regarded as the best places to live, raise kids,s and die naturally.

However, among a few of the best places on earth, Canada is praised as one of the pioneers of national and individual development.  Canada, not only as a nation but also in many of its provinces are the most attractive migratory destinations from all over the world.

In general, Canada Skill Migration is categorized into four programs under the Express Entry Programs which are

  1. Federal Skill Worker Class
  2. Provincial Nominee Program
  3. Canadian Experience Class
  4. Federal Trade Skill Worker Class

Here, we would emphasize Provincial Nominee Programs and their pros and cons.

Canada has ten provinces and 3 territories. Provinces are,

  1. Alberta
  2. British Columbia
  3. Saskatchewan
  4. Manitoba
  5. Ontario
  6. Quebec
  7. Nova Scotia
  8. New Brunswick
  9. Prince Edward Island
  10. Newfoundland and Labrador

All of the provinces have their own provincial nominee programs which are different in types and program requirements. Some of the provinces require job offer while other offers different options.

Currently, provinces like British Columbia, Alberta, and few other provinces usually asked for a job offer but provinces like Saskatchewan and Manitoba offer extra points for having family relative/close family relative, would provide 20 extra points which ultimately some of the time guarantees admission to Canada.

How to become eligible for Provincial Nominee Program:

The basic difference between Federal Trade Skill Worker Class PNP is that most of the provinces have their own Occupation In-Demand List which implies lists of occupations showing the number of lists (e.g.; Accounting Technician, Human Resource Manager, Heavy-Haul Truck Driver, Cook, Butcher, etc.)

In contrary, few of the province such as Saskatchewan currently providing an exclusion list which implies lists of occupation which are not eligible to apply for the program.

In addition, in some of the provinces, some occupations such as a pharmacist, nutritionist, doctors’ lawyers require specific licenses or trade certificates to become eligible to apply for the program.

Here, few of the requirements for the provincial nominee program.

  1. Age- 22-55 (usually number are given according to age groups such as 22-34 or 34-44)
  2. Education (Higher Secondary Certificate -HSC, at least 1-year Diploma, 2-3 years of job training without academic certificate). Education Credential Assessment is mandatory. Please see (ECA- Education Credential Assessment)
  3. Work Experience – At least 2-3 years of work experience relevant to the education. A full-time permanent job is usually required.
  4. Proof of Fund – A candidate has to show that he/she is capable of providing financial means for the family at least for a few months after arriving in Canada. (Please see our Proof of Fund Section for the details)
  5. CLB Score – In Federal Skill Worker Class program usually requires a higher score in IELTS but in Provincial Nominee Programs often candidates get ITA even with a lower IELTS score. For Example, A candidate with a relative in Saskatchewan can easily get ITA by only achieving an IELTS score.

It is with great enthusiasm, we, sustainable migration solutions, would like to emphasize that Provincial Nominee Program can be the best potential

options for Candidates around the world especially from Bangladesh. Candidates are struggling with low CLB score can find PNP programs easier than other programs. It is also important to understand and realize that immigration is a lifelong project and so much of our family’s future depends on it thus, it also requires thorough knowledge, proper preparation, and dedication. An expert opinion can also faster the process and help you to submit your application systematically.

Our Principal Immigration Consultant (Shahnaz Parveen, RCIC) provides her profound knowledge to solve unprecedented immigration issues. On the other hand, our Chief Executive Officer and Sustainable Immigration Policy Specialists Elias M Dipu invest his time and efforts to examine, understand, plan and execute the client’s perspective to achieve life-long goals and secure personal aspirations.