Canada Immigration

Canada Express Entry | PNP

Canada lies in the northern part of the world, also the second-largest country in the world by total area. It is comprised of ten provinces named Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, Ontario, Prince Edward Island, Quebec, and Saskatchewan and three territories Northwest Territories, Yukon, and Nunavut. Canada has the world’s 10th largest economy and it is also ranked higher in terms of the transparency of the Government, civil autarchy, the quality of life, economic freedom, and the educational standards. There is a large number of people applying for the Canada PR visa every year, who wish to have a permanent settlement outside their home country. The Canada PR process is not a complicated program, in fact, the Government has introduced many programs for the potential candidates to look for their eligibility in any of the programs to migrate to Canada. 

Canada PR

So, coming to the context of the page, here we are going to talk about the various immigration programs of Canada. The Canada PR technically allows the potential skilled workers from foreign countries to live and work in Canada permanently. For applying for the Canada Permanent Residency, you need to receive the PR Invitation from the CIO. There are 3 major programs designed for the potential immigrants in applying for the Canada PR visa. The applicants can accordingly go for the program which is more suitable for them and try receiving the invitation to apply for the PR.

  • FSWP – Federal Skilled Worker Program
  • PNP – Provincial Nominee Program
  • AIPP – Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program

Acceptability Criteria for Canada PR

  • Age: should not cross 45 years.
  • English language requirements with a minimum of IELTS 6 in each module.
  • One should take up the Educational Credential Assessment (ECA) from the relevant Canadian Education Assessing body.
  • An applicant needs to submit the Express Entry profile and should be aware of the CRS points he/she holds.
  • The applicant is required to have a minimum score of 67 points for FSW or PNP of 60 and 65 to apply.
  • Educational Qualification: You should hold a graduate degree and it must be verified by the relevant accessing authority.
  • Work experience requirement: you must have been employed in an occupation on the Occupations List for at least 2 years before applying. You are required to have worked at least 20 hours a week.
  • Before you apply, you must have your education must be assessed by one of the Canadian assessing authority designated to assess your nominated degree.
  • Partner skills can additional points.

PS. The criteria mentioned was what Sanctum follows to process the cases, it may vary from the actual.

The value-ads of having a Canada Immigration

  • The right to live and work in Canada permanently.
  • Freedom to travel across the country
  • Eligible to sponsor relatives for PR
  • Can apply for a Canadian citizenship
  • On a PR, the candidates are free to work anywhere in Canada [*There would be certain conditions if applied under PNP and AIPP]
  • The kids can be able to avail free education until 14 years of age.
  • The complete family would have Social Security services and benefits.
  • Protection under Canadian Law.

PS. The benefits and conditions would vary for Provinces (PNP) and Territories.

The individuals are selected based on their points scored in the Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS), which is calculated on the basis of your age, educational qualification, work experience, English language abilities, and other factors. You must score a minimum of 330 points to be eligible for the Federal Skilled Worker Program and 60 points and above for PNP point calculation to be able to apply for Canadian Provincial Nominee Program.

Please note: The minimum points don’t give you the guarantee of receiving an Invitation to Apply (ITA) from the Canadian government. However, it gives you permission to apply for Canada Permanent Residency under the respective category. The minimum PNP points carry for Provinces.

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Express Entry

Before getting into all the three Immigration programs, any individual has to go through the Express Entry in the first place. This is the gateway for every candidate applying for permanent residency in Canada. Through Express Entry, the individual can choose the program convenient to his score, where he/she holds good chances of receiving the invitation. The Express Entry is an online system that is the fastest and the most secure way to lodge your profile for applying the PR. All one needs to do is create an online profile and fill the information asked. The CRS score would be calculated based on the information provided by the applicant.

Comprehensive Ranking System CRS:

The Comprehensive Ranking System(CRS) is the online ranking system designed to check the eligibility of the potential skilled immigrants. With a total of 1200 points, it has 3 different factors through which it categorizes and calculates the points accordingly for every candidate.

  • Core Human Capital Factors – maximum claimable points of 500.
  • Skill Transferability Factors – maximum claimable points of 100.
  • Additional Factors – maximum claimable points of 600.

Canada Immigration Process : FSW, PNP, AIPP

An eligible potential applicant can apply for Canada Immigration through the Federal Skilled Worker Program, if he/she is holding a score of 430 and above in the Comprehensive ranking system as per the current circumstances. Once the Express entry is lodged, the CRS Score is calculated bases on the data provided in the Express Entry form. While the applicant is in the pool waiting for the invitation, this is the time when the applicant’s Job bank account is created and is linked with the Express Entry profile. 

What is a Job bank account? Technically, it is a database, which helps your profile to be visible to the employers looking for the workers with your skills. 

Under the Federal skilled worker program, the skilled workers are selected based on their capability to contribute to the Canadian economy. The eligibility is checked based on their qualifications, work experience, language skill tests, etc. If one receives the invitation through the FSWP, the candidate is free to work and live in any province in Canada. The candidate just needs to wait for the invitation from the FSW, if the score is good enough and post receiving the invitation, the applicant can proceed with the Immigration process. If the score is not good enough, then the applicant can go for the other 2 programs and check whether he/she holds a chance for the Invitation.

Furthermore, there are 3 various types of programs under the Federal Skilled Worker Program in general, categorized based on the occupation NOC codes. But then the Federal Skilled worker class is the prominent category through which many candidates apply.

Federal Skilled Worker Class (FSWC): This program is for the applicants who have the specific qualifications and work experience, and willing to live in any province outside of Quebec. The minimum score is 67 points to be eligible for applying under this stream. Also, the candidate’s occupation should be under the Skilled type O, A, and B.

The candidates who are not able to get through the FSW Program due to less qualifying CRS Score. These candidates have another option of going through the Provincial Nominations. If applied under the provincial Nominee Program, one province from Canada would be giving the applicant invitation for the PR. But then there would be more chances for an applicant to get the invitation under the PNP process. Also, if one is invited by a province, the applicant is required to stay and work in that province for at least 3 years initially. There are 11 different provinces open under the PNP program, for an applicant to choose and apply based on eligibility. 

In here, the applicant gets the advantage of additional points:

  • For selecting one province. (A profile gets added with 600 additional points under PNP).
  • Considering the work experience of 5 years and above.

Simple steps to follow for applying for Canada PR Visa through PNP:

  • Submit your EOI to the province you are eligible for applying for.
  • Wait for the Nomination certificate, keep checking your email and the EOI account for the updates and notifications.
  • On acceptance, you need to gather all the required documents.
  • Start filling forms and uploading the documents, make sure you submit the application within a given period of time.
  • Await the response from the CIC, regarding your PR Visa decision.

Eligibility Criteria:

The eligibility criteria might vary a bit for every province, however, there would not be a huge difference in the criteria mentioned for the Express entry, in general. Do contact us for checking the acceptance rate of your profile with the province in which you are planning to settle.

Below mentioned are the Provincial Nominee Programs available, with different requirements to be eligible for applying the Canada PR.

Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP):

A major part of the potential immigrants is adopting this province for applying the PR. Since this Saskatchewan along with being an IT hub offering a high employment rate, it also is a place of modest lifestyle and diversified community life. The eligible applicants need to apply for the nomination through the Online express entry system. On the receipt of the acceptance, the applicant needs to submit the main application to the SINP within the stipulated time.

Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program (AINP):

The AINP is the Provincial Nominee Program of Alberta, primarily managed by the Alberta Government along with the CIC. Under this stream, the proposed candidates with proper qualifications and work experience from the province will be eligible to be nominated from Alberta. The individuals upon the receipt of the nomination can apply for the petition for the Canadian PR along with the family members (dependents) via the CIC and then it takes the final decision on the applications.

Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP):

The MPNP would consider the skilled immigrants who have applied for the occupation which falls under the Manitoba In-Demand occupation list. This list is primarily based on the labor needs, shortages, and economic requirements of the Manitoba province. The applicant is required to lodge the EOI through the MPNP Login and wait for the nomination.

Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP):

The OINP started in order to meet the requirements of the labor market which cannot be satisfied by the local skilled workers. Therefore, the suitable potential immigrants who are fulfilling the criteria which the province has laid down would be nominated acceptance form the Province. There are 3 different categories, where the applicant is likely to receive the notification of interest from the province named as Human Capital category, Employer Job Offer Category, and Business category. Once the acceptance is there, one needs to submit the application to the OINP within a time period of 45 days from the date the province sends the notification of interest to the applicant.

Northwest Territories Nominee Program (NTNP):

The NTNP has 2 programs, where the applicants can check and apply under the appropriate category. One is the Northwest Territories Employer Driven Program and the second one is the Northwest Territories Business Immigration Program. The eligible applicants will be nominated and then can proceed with the PR application.

Yukon Nominee Program (YNP):

The Yukon Nominee Program also has 3 different programs where the applicants are expected to receive the nominations from the Province.

  • Yukon Express Entry (YEE)
  • Skilled Worker
  • Critical Impact Worker
  • Business Nominee

The Canadian Government has initiated this program, considering the graduates with a low IELTS score. For these professionals, the AIPP would be a smoother and faster way of getting a PR visa to Canada. But then the AIPP constitutes of 4 Atlantic provinces and the applicants willing to work and live in any of these 4 provinces are eligible for applying for the nomination under the AIPP.

The four provinces under the AIPP program are:

  • Nova Scotia
  • Prince Edward Island
  • New Brunswick
  • Newfoundland & Labrador

This program has come into the effect in the year 2017 and would be open till 2021, as per the Government.

Another sole reason why this program has been proposed is because of the severe shortage of skilled workers in the Atlantic regions of Canada. To meet this shortage, the Government has started this program lowering the eligibility score for the applicants to be nominated in an easier method. Again, the AIPP also has 3 different categories sorted out for the applicants applying under different occupations.

Atlantic High Skilled Program:

  • This program is for applicants who have completed their high school education.
  • Also, applicants holding an employment offer from one of these provinces in the “National occupation classification” Skill level 0, A, and B.

Atlantic intermediate Skilled Program:

This program is applicable to the following.

  • Applicants with qualified high school education.
  • Holding a valid employment offer of 1-year validity from any employer from among the 4 provinces.
  • The employment must be listed in the NOC level 0, A, B, and C.

Atlantic International Graduate Program:

  • It is for International graduate students.
  • The student should possess 1-year full-time employment in the NOC skill level 0, A, B, and C.

Newfoundland and Labrador Provincial Nominee Program (NLPNP):

Under the NLPNP stream, the candidates can apply for the nomination based on the eligibility criteria and once the applicant is nominated, they can go with the Immigration stage. The primary applicant along with the dependents need to lodge their application for the Canadian PR visa.

Nova Scotia Nominee Program (NSNP):

The Nova Scotia Nominee Program has different categories, based on which it accepts the profiles and issues the nomination certificates. The process for applying the nomination depends on the stream under which you would be applying. Contact us for more details.

Prince Edward Island Provincial Nominee Program (PEI PNP):

This PNP invites the candidates under three different categories.

  • PEI PNP Express entry
  • Labour Impact category
  • Business Impact category
  • Assessing skills.
  • Our consultants would keep the duly completed application form and the documentation set ready for the lodging of the online visa.
  • Sanctum agents will provide all information on the documents to submit as per the Canada Immigration requirement.
  • The team will provide all the required letter formats for the visa.
  • Getting Nomination from Canada PNP or Territory.
  • We also assist in visa fee payments.

CIO Processing Time for Economic Immigration Programs

  • Skilled workers (Federal) 6-9 months
  • Atlantic Immigration Pilot 6-9 months
  • Provincial Nominees 6-9 months
  • Skilled workers (Quebec) 15-17 months

Sanctum Processing time would be 2-3 business days for stage 1 and 1 week for stage 2.

The Processing time is subjected to vary*.

  • We aim to provide you with the best services to ensure that you qualify and apply in a manner that results in visa approval.
  • We understand that every case is different; so we treat each case individually.
  • Save Time & Effort at a minimal cost.
  • Visa Updates & Tracking!
  • Your documents are safe, secure, confidential and our process is transparent!
  • Lodging the application with CIO at the scheduled time.
  • Job Search Assistance at additional cost

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Frequently asked questions

How much money do you need to immigrate to Canada?

  • The applicant needs to show an amount of 13000 CAD per person for migrating to Canada.

What are the requirements to immigrate to Canada?

  • The primary requirements to immigrate to Canada are:
    Educational Credential Assessment
    Language skills test report
    Express entry profile
    Valid job offer from Canada if possible
    Health and character certificates

Is Canada easy to immigrate to?

  • It is not very difficult as well if you have the minimum eligibility score of 67 points to be eligible for the express entry. Then a good CRS score would help you to fetch an invitation with which you can proceed applying for Canada PR.

Can I go to Canada without a job offer?

  • It is possible to get the PR without a job offer if you are processing your visas under the FSWP and PNP programs.

What is the age limit to migrate to Canada?

  • The age limit is 47 years. If you are 47 and above, you would not get any points for the Age category.

How much is Canada visa fee?

  • The Canada Visa fee is 550 CAD per applicant. It is the same fee for the dependents, only for the kids, it is 150 CAD per each.

What is Canada’s cost of living?

  • The cost of living for an individual depends on the province he/she is living in. Provinces like Ontario would have a high cost of living, whereas the other provinces might not. Contact the Sanctum Immigration team for more details.

How can I go to Canada without IELTS?

  • It is not possible to apply for a PR for Canada through the 3 programs which are the FSW, PNP, and the AIP Programs, without a language skills test. If one is not willing to take the IELTS test, you can choose anyone from the rest of the three language tests which are recognized by the Canadian Government.

Can I emigrate to Canada at 60?

  • It is very difficult at the age of 60 years to migrate to Canada because you would have no points for the age.

What is the fastest way to move to Canada?

  • Among all, the Express Entry is the fastest way to get your applications processed for the Canada PR. It processes up to 80% of applications in 4 months or less.

Are you eligible to work in Canada?

  • On a Canada PR, one is allowed to work in Canada and avail of all other benefits of being a permanent resident of that nation. Also, the applicant becomes eligible for applying for citizenship after 5 years of PR.

Can I immigrate to Canada at 40?

  • It is possible, but it is very difficult because you get very fewer points awarded for the age of 40.

Can I sponsor my friend in Canada?

  • As per the immigration rules, only the blood relative who is already a PR or a citizen of Canada will only be able to sponsor the candidate.

Is an interview required for a Canada visa?

  • For PR, there is no interview required during the process. It is documentation submission all through the process.

How long does Canada visa take?

  • The minimum processing time through the express entry is 6 months, it can take longer depending on the score. As high is the score, the waiting time decreases.

What is the maximum age to immigrate to Canada?

  • The maximum age is 45 years, for applying the Canada PR. It is good to apply before you cross 45 years. You hold good chances of getting the invitation below 45 years.

How can I get a PR in Canada?

  • You need to cross the minimum eligibility criteria of 67 points, then have the WES evaluation and IELTS report in place for submitting your Express Entry profile. The express entry is a platform where the candidate is placed in the pool and awaits the invitation. Post the invitation is there, you need to apply for the Immigration.

Is it easy to get PR in Canada?

  • It is not that difficult if the CRS score of the applicant is good enough to receive an invitation. However, there are 3 different programs for the applicants to apply according to the score.

Can I stay in India after getting Canada PR?

  • Yes, you can stay back in India post completing your Immigration process in Canada. But then, you will have to stay in Canada for at least 2 years to be eligible for applying for an extension of the PR visa, otherwise, you will have to reapply for the PR visa.

Can I get PR in Canada after 1 year?

  • There are good chances you can get the PR within 1 year if your CRS score higher.

Can you have PR in two countries?

  • Yes, one can start the process of applying for more than 1 country simultaneously and can have the PR Visas for more than one country.

Who is a federal skilled worker in Canada?

  • A skilled worker is one who satisfies the minimum eligibility criteria of work experience, relevant educational qualification, age, and language skills.

Is Canada looking for skilled immigrants?

  • Yes, many companies in Canada are looking for skilled workers from outside Canada to join their companies. The FSW program is for the people who apply for the Canada PR based on the skills.

Which skills are in demand in Canada?

  • There is a big list of occupations in demand in Canada, and it keeps varying every year. Contact our Immigration team for helping you with the same.

How long does the Federal Skilled Worker application take?

  • A PR application lodged through FSW takes generally about 6-8 months minimum for the processing. It might take longer at times depending on the case requirements.

What is the best age to immigrate to Canada?

  • The best age where you score the maximum points for the age group is between 18-31 years. At this age, you would have full points for the age category.

What are the minimum eligibility requirements for a Canada Immigration Visa under the Federal Skilled Worker category?

  • The primary requirements for being eligible for a Canada Immigration under the FSW program would be education, language skills, work experience, and Financial support.

Can an individual apply directly for permanent residence under the Federal Skilled Worker category?

  • You have to be eligible for applying the PR under FSW category. The minimum requirements are being a skilled worker in an occupation that is listed in the occupation list, having a valid Educational credential assessment, language abilities, work experience of minimum 1 year and aged below 45 years.

Is it possible to qualify under the Skilled Worker category with a score below 67 points?

  • Yes, with 67 and above score, you are eligible for applying under the FSW. Also if the applicant is meeting the other requirements, can lodge the express entry profile. Under the express entry, the ranking system would be different.

May a candidate be refused under the Skilled Worker category even if he or she scores more than 67 points and has the appropriate work experience?

  • You become eligible for applying for the visa under the FSW with 67 points. But then there are chances, of you, not receiving the invitation, as once you lodge the express entry the ranking system would be different based on many other factors.

Is a Canadian offer of employment required in order for a candidate to qualify as a Federal Skilled Worker?

  • No, it is not mandatory for being a federal skilled worker. With a foreign experience of 1 year and above, you are eligible to apply under the Federal skilled worker program.

Can points be awarded if a candidate has a close relative in Canada?

  • Yes, there would be additional bonus points if the applicant has any blood relatives in Canada.

How can I apply for PNP in Canada?

  • You need to first check your eligibility through the points calculator for the province you wanted to apply. If you are eligible you can submit your EOI for that particular province and wait for the nomination. Once the nomination is there one can proceed with the immigration process.

Can I apply for Alberta PNP without a job offer?

  • No, it is not possible, because for being eligible to apply for Alberta PNP, you need a valid employment contract –the full time from the Alberta Employer to work in your current occupation in Albert.

Is it easy to get PR in Alberta?

  • It is not that difficult, you need to look for the requirements and check if you are eligible for application nomination. Once you do so, you can wait for the acceptance and then proceed with the immigration process through Alberta.

How much does PNP cost?

  • The PNP Visa cost is about 550 CAD maximum, for certain provinces it might be lesser than this amount as well.

How much IELTS score required for Alberta PNP Canada?

  • The minimum score required to qualify is 6.5 overall, with not less than a score of 6 in each band. However, we would recommend you get a higher band score, because with this in the current circumstances it is difficult to get the nomination acceptance.

How do I become a permanent resident in Alberta?

  • You need to check if you are eligible for the Alberta PNP and then apply for the nomination. Once you have the Invitation to apply, then you can apply for the immigration process.

Does Alberta PNP require IELTS?

  • Yes, Alberta PNP requires an English language skills test. You can take up any one of the following tests – CELPIP, IELTS, TEF, TCF.

Which province in Canada has more IT jobs?

  • The top destination where you can find relatively more job opportunities in Canada is Ontario. Next comes British Columbia.

How can I increase my PR points for applying Ontario PNP?

  • You have only one way possible to increase your score is the language skills test. Do try scoring the best you can, to add up points to your profile.

Can we change the job after PNP approval?

  • If you have opted to change your employer after the approval, you can but you need to have the employer submit the form and get it re-assessed.

Which is a better express entry or PNP?

  • Both have advantages and disadvantages. With a high CRS score, always recommended to go for the Express entry FSW. IF your score is not good enough, then PNP would be the best option since you get additional points added to your profile through PNP.

How long is the Ontario PNP nomination valid?

  • The nomination certificate of Ontario PNP is valid for 6 months. It generally takes 2 months to decide on the nomination.

How can I get PR after Ontario PNP?

  • Once you get the acceptance letter, you would be given a window period of 60 days to submit your documents and application and to make the visa fee payment. After all, this is done, you need to wait for the decision from the CIC.

What is AINP in Canada?

  • It is the Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program, under which the eligible skilled workers who are not able to get through the express entry will have a chance to apply through the Provincial nominee program.

Who is eligible for AINP?

  • The candidate’s occupation must be in the NOC skills levels 0, A, B, C, and D. Also one needs to meet the other requirements of education, work experience, a language skills test, and a job offer from Alberta to apply for AINP.

How long does it take to get AINP?

  • You get 6 months of time post you receive the acceptance from the AINP to gather the documents and apply for the residence visa as a provincial nominee to the IRCC.

How do I get a PNP in BC?

  • You need to first check if you meet the eligibility criteria of the British Columbia PNP and then apply for the nomination. Once you get the acceptance, you can then proceed to file your residence application to the IRCC.

How long does it take to get BC PNP?

  • It generally takes 1-2 months for accepting the nominations. The post you receive the acceptance letter; you can proceed with the Immigration process.

What is the minimum score for BC PNP?

  • The minimum score required for the potential workers to apply for the BC PNP nomination is 85.

What is the minimum score for Manitoba PNP?

  • 60 points are the minimum eligibility score required for the Manitoba PNP EOI submission.

How long does it take to get MPNP?

  • The average processing time of the Manitoba PNP is 4- 6 months for the nomination program. As high is the score, the quicker would be the processing time.

Can a friend sponsor me to Manitoba?

  • A friend cannot sponsor you financially as per the Nomination program, only a blood relative can do the sponsorship. But then a friend of yours living in Manitoba can help you get a job offer in Manitoba.

How much IELTS score required for PNP Canada?

  • At least a score of 6 bands overall would help the applicant to cross the eligibility points for applying MPNP Nomination.

Does Manitoba PNP require a job offer?

  • It is not mandatory to have a valid job offer letter for MPNP. However, it is always good and your profile gets additional points if you have an employment offer from Manitoba.

How does the Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program work?

  • You need to check the eligibility of the Manitoba PNP and if eligible can submit the EOI. Once you receive the invitation to apply, you can proceed with filing the immigration application.

Which occupation is in demand in Canada?

  • There are about 40 NOC codes available in high demand as per the current 2020 Canada occupation list.

How long does PNP take in Ontario?

  • The Ontario PNP takes about 2 months to decide on an application. The next step after you receive the nomination would take about 6-7 months.

How do I apply for OINP Canada?

  • You should be on a score of 400 and above in the Comprehensive ranking system, to be eligible to apply for the Ontario. One way is you can choose for the Ontario nomination through your express entry, the Ontario PNP would be filtering the candidates based on your score and invites them.

How much IELTS score required for PNP Canada?

  • You need to score a minimum of 6 per band in IELTS to be eligible for Ontario PNP.

Can I apply for Ontario PNP without a job offer?

  • If you do not have a valid job offer from Ontario, then you have the option of applying for the PNP under the Human Capital Priority Stream.

What occupations are in demand in Ontario?

  • The below are the occupations which are highly in demand in Ontario. It might vary as per the current circumstances.
    NOC 0213 – Computer and information systems managers.
    NOC 2147 – Computer engineers.
    NOC 2172 – Database analysts and data administrators.
    NOC 2173 – Software engineers and designers.
    NOC 2174 – Computer programmers and interactive media developers.
    NOC 2175 – Web designers and developers.

What is the Saskatchewan immigrant nominee program?

  • It is a provincial nominee program, where the applicant is scoring a minimum of 60 points can be eligible for applying and receiving the nomination.

How long does it take to get SINP nomination?

  • The average time takes for the PNP to decide on the nomination is 1 month.

Which is the easiest province to immigrate to Canada?

  • Few say it is British Columbia and others say Ontario is the easiest provinces to get the PNP nominations. But the job offer is mandatory for both the provincial programs. But then, with out a job offer, Saskatchewan is the easier to get the PNP nomination.

What jobs are in demand in Saskatchewan?

  • There are a lot of jobs that are available in demand in Saskatchewan. Contact us for more details.

How many points are required for Saskatchewan immigration?

  • The candidate needs to cross 60 points for submitting your EOI under the SINP.

How do I apply for SINP EOI?

  • You need to check if you are crossing the 60 points and then create an account and apply for the EOI. The form asks for very basic questions based on which it decides on the nomination.

Which province in Canada needs more immigrants?

  • Ontario is the first in the list of provinces that welcomes immigrants from foreign countries.

How do I get PR in Saskatchewan?

  • Once you submit your EOI, you need to wait for the nomination acceptance forms the SINP. Post your acceptance, then you can start uploading the requirements for the residence application within 60 days.

How long does a SINP application take?

  • The SINP takes 30 days for the deciding the nominations to be accepted. Post then you would be given 60 days for filing your immigration application.

Can I apply for SINP without a job offer?

  • Yes, you can apply for the SINP without a job offer. If you have the job offer letter, it adds up bonus points to your profile.

Is it easy to immigrate to Saskatchewan?

  • Yes, it is if you meet the requirements of the Saskatchewan PNP. If you are holding a good score, you would receive the invitation to apply within no time, and then you can proceed with applying.

What are the eligibility requirements to qualify as a Skilled Worker under the Saskatchewan Provincial Nominee Program?

  • The primary factors which are considered for eligibility are age, work experience, education, IELTS, a job offer in Saskatchewan, work experience/education qualification in Saskatchewan, blood relative in Saskatchewan, etc.

How do you get PR in Yukon?

  • The easier way to move to Yukon is from the Express Entry. Meet the requirements of the express entry profile and select the province Yukon if you plan to apply for Yukon. You need to have a valid job offer from Yukon to get the invitation to apply for Yukon.

Who does the Yukon Territory belong to?

  • It falls under North-western Canada.

What province has the most job opportunities?

  • Ontario and British Columbia have more opportunities for skilled workers when compared to the other provinces.

What is the Atlantic immigration pilot program?

  • This immigration program is for the candidates with less IELTS score, where the candidates can apply for any of the 4 Atlantic provinces under this program.

How can I get PR through AIPP?

  • Once you receive the invitation to apply from one of the 4 provinces under the AIPP program, you need to apply for the immigration process with the IRCC within 6 months of the period.

Can I move to another province after AIPP?

  • Yes, you are free to travel to another province but to completely move to another province would not be possible in the initial 2 years.

What is the maximum age to immigrate to Canada?

  • The maximum age limit is 46 years to be able to immigrate to Canada. Below that, you won’t have any points been added to your profile for age.

How long should a pilot program last?

  • The current processing time is 6 months for the AIPP program to send the invitations to apply for the eligible candidates.

Is it easy to get PR in Prince Edward Island?

  • It is easy if you have a job offer from the Prince Edward Island for the NOC levels 0, A and B level skilled position.

How can I immigrate to Prince Edward Island Canada?

  • One needs to asses the profile and apply for the EOI if you are meeting all the requirements. The post you receive the Nomination from the PEI, then you submit your residence application as a provincial nominee.

What is the minimum score for PEI PNP?

  • The maximum score is 100, out of which you need to score at least 67 points to be eligible for the PEI PNP.

How do I become a permanent resident in Alberta?

  • You need to check if you are eligible for the Alberta PNP and then apply for the nomination. Once you have the Invitation to apply, then you can apply for the immigration process.

In which province is Prince Edward Island?

  • Prince Edward Island is a province in Canada, it comes under the Atlantic provinces of Canada.

Does Prince Edward Island have an immigration stream aligned with the federal Express Entry immigration selection system?

  • Yes, the PEI Express Entry stream allows the applicants from the Express Entry invited by PEI PNP, to apply for and receive a provincial nomination.

Which province is best in Atlantic Canada?

  • All of them have their advantages to settle. But then among them, New Brunswick has a better quality of living comparatively.

Can you immigrate to Canada without a job offer?

  • Yes, you can immigrate to Canada without a job offer. There are certain nomination programs which allow the candidates without a job offer.

What are the 4 Atlantic provinces?

  • The 4 Atlantic provinces are New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, and Newfoundland and Labrador.

Can I immigrate to Canada at 40?

  • Yes, you can migrate to Canada at the age of 40. The maximum age limit to apply for Canada PR is 46.

How do I get PR in New Brunswick?

  • You need to apply for the nomination to the New Brunswick, and once you have the nomination you can gather the requirements for the immigration process. The decision is taken by the IRCC.

What jobs are in demand in New Brunswick?

  • You should keep checking the official website, on what NOC codes are currently in demand in the New Brunswick. Contact us for more details.

How many points are required for PNP?

  • The candidates need to score 67 points minimum for being eligible to apply for the PNP New Brunswick.

How much does New Brunswick PNP cost?

  • This province PNP costs 250 CAD, per individual.

Is it easy to get PR in Newfoundland?

  • The easiest way to apply for the Newfoundland is to go through the express entry stream. But then it is mandatory that you have a job offer from the Newfoundland.

How many provincial nominee programs are there in Canada?

  • There are 13 provinces available under the PNP programs for Canada. Each province follows its own process for filtering the candidates for the Immigration process.

Who qualifies as a Skilled Worker under this category?

  • The person who has the ability and knowledge in certain professions and is a qualified person is said to be a skilled worker.

How do I apply for NSNP?

  • You need to check if you meet the eligibility parameters of the NSNP and submit your EOI to that province. The province selects the candidates based on the score. It would take 6-7 months of time.

Is Nova Scotia open for immigrants?

  • Category A which is for skilled workers with a valid job offer is open all year. The category B which is for the candidates with work experience in the occupation in-demand list keeps opening and closing every year.

Which occupation is in demand in Canada?

  • There are about 40 NOC codes available in high demand as per the current 2020 Canada occupation list.