Provincial Nominee Program (PNP)

Canada’s provinces each have unique economic characteristics and needs. The Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) was designed to allow individual provinces to select the immigrants they need to build their unique economies and communities. The Ontario PNP, for instance, is a potential route to Canadian permanent residence for foreign workers with a job offer in Canada, employees of companies investing in Ontario, and foreign students who have studied at Ontario institutions.

Employers seeking to hire foreign workers should consider the Provincial Nominee Program (PNP), as it eliminates the need for a Labour Market Opinion and offers fast-tracked processing. Successful provincial nominees are granted permanent residence in Canada.

Our team of immigration law professionals is skilled in evaluating eligibility for the various Provincial Nominees Programs, preparing PNP applicants and their employers, navigating the Express Entry application system, and assisting with the preparation of strong PNP application packages.

 

WHAT OUR CLIENTS SAY:

Ontario Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) – April 2013

I want to thank you for the successful work that you have done for our technology company.  You have helped us under the Ontario Provincial Nominee Program with the international recruitment of a new key member of our workforce.  All work was done by you and your team professionally, promptly, and with a caring attention to detail.  The case had its many challenges, however, both your strategy and guidance were accurate.  Our matter would not have been successful without your team!

- Nisthith Goel

 President and CEO Cistel Technology Inc.

 

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RELATED TOPICS:

-          Appeals and Judicial Reviews

-          Canadian Experience Class

-          Federal Skilled Trades Program

-          Federal Skilled Worker Program

-          Inadmissibility

-          Permanent Resident Status

-          Working in Canada