Provincial Nominee Program-

Another way of applying for a PR status in Canada is through the Provincial Nominee Program (PNP).  PNP is the PR status which is given for each province hence the eligibility criteria of every province is different from the other. It is advisable that after the PNP is attained the candidate stays in that province for a minimum period of 2 years before settling or moving to a new location. Under PNP or Provincial Nominees program, the applicants are regularly chosen based on their age, work abilities, education and language proficiency and the point preferences are different for every province. Like Ontario asks for a CRS Point requirement of 400 from the candidates.

Canada is a prime immigration destination for students and professionals from all over the world. It offers qualified persons an unparalleled opportunity to become part of one of the world’s most developed economies, with a wide array of career opportunities on offer. Canadian Permanent Residents enjoy a number of privileges which are almost similar to those enjoyed by full citizens. These include free healthcare, free education, protection under law, sponsorship opportunities etc. Also PR card holders can become full citizens just after 3 years of stay and even have the option of migrating to the US. Moreover, the Express Entry immigration system has made way for rapid immigration to the North American country and given ideal conditions for migration, it is possible to move to Canada within just 1 year. These are some of the many reasons why countless people choose to immigrate to Canada each year.