All nine provinces and two territories have their own unique Provincial Nominee Programs. Provincial and territorial governments have been using these PNP Investment, skill worker programs effectively and efficiently to invite applicant to apply to live in their province under verity of provincial nomination programs. Quebec has its own different selection criteria.
PNPs chalk out different plans in various categories to meet their regional needs and look for those applicants who will be able to settle into life and work in the region and will also effectively contribute to the larger community. Application are based upon the provincial immigration needs as well as the genuine intention of the applicant to settle there. All provincial nominees must complete the provincial nomination process before applying for Permanent Residency with IRCC.
All province and territory has their own PNP program, and the candidates applying to these programs must have a genuine intention to live in the province or territory they are applying for.
After applicant is nominated by a province or territory, he or she will be issued a nomination certificate that they should submitted with their application to Immigration Refugee and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) for their Canadian permanent resident visa.
Provinces are territories offer various programs to suite different categories of applicants like Students, Skilled Workers, semi-skilled Workers, Investors, Business Entrepreneurs. International students have specific need to gain permanent residency and employment after they finish their studies in Canada. On the other hand you might get qualify for some PNP Investment or Skill Worker immigration program if you have family residing in the same province where you actually intend to live.
There are two ways of putting your case for provincial nominations. In some cases employers put their cases with provincial authorities based upon their own need for Certificate or Letter of nomination by name which can be used to apply for permanent specific class of workers with some skills relevant to their business. Authorities then issue residency under specific Provincial Nominee Program.