Do you want to immigrate to Prince Edward Island? Prince Edward Island is a beautiful province, and even though it is the smallest Canadian province it has an important and growing economy. Prince Edward Island can benefit from workers who can help bring it to the next level, and Prince Edward Island has a Provincial Nominee Program to help it do so.
There are many different categories for this Provincial Nominee Program, and you may find one here that you are eligible for. If you do think you are eligible for one of these PEI Provincial Nominee Program streams, please call our immigration law firm for assistance with your application.
If you apply for a work permit for a PEI business and can make a significant investment in that business as well as provide ongoing business management to that business you could qualify for this stream.
Depending on your net worth, you can invest in a Canadian business in Prince Edward Island and control more than 33.3 per cent of the business equity to qualify under this stream.
This is similar to the Partial Ownership stream, however the applicant must have 100% control in a business while also providing a settlement proposal and business plan.
Applicants must be an eligible family member of someone who lives in Prince Edward Island, while also having a job offer or the ability to work.
If you have graduated from full-time study or will graduate at a Canadian institution while also having work experience and a job offer, you could qualify.
If you have a certain type of job offer in a specific occupation with a minimum of 12 years of education and have the relevant work experience, you could qualify.
The Skilled Worker stream requires that you have 50 points on the PEI PNP self-assessment form, while also having a job offer you are qualified for.
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