Ontario has an immigrant nomination program that assists eligible foreign nationals who have skilled work experience gain permanent residency in Canada, specifically Ontario, and contribute to the Canadian economy. The Provincial Nominee Program, itself, is extremely beneficial for Express Entry candidates as it can provide you with the most points out of all Express Entry factors. Successful candidates can obtain up to 600 additional points from this program and gain an invitation to apply at the next draw for the Express Entry pool. Watch our video below on the new Trades Stream and how it affects the Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP) and Express Entry altogether.
The Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) allows for the provinces of Canada to offer nomination for Permanent Residence in Canada through various categories. If you are applying under the Provincial Nominee Program watch our video to learn about the six main PNP requirements to be successful in this category.
Have you applied for Permanent Residency in Canada under the Provincial Nominee Program (PNP)? If so, it is important to remember that you need to reside in that province you get the nomination for. Watch our video to find out what type documents you should include in your Provincial Nominee application to demonstrate to Citizenship and Immigration Canada that your intentions are genuine to stay in that province.