We have a lot of clients contacting us to know more about PNP programs, so I would like to talk about this important topic today.
Hello everyone, my name is Hishge Bessey with visaplace.com. Canadian PNP programs may be different from one to another, depending on which province you’re applying for. These differences arise depending on the province’s demand and its social economic development goal, as well as labor market demand. Most of the provinces should have an available category for you if you have completed your Master’s degree or PhD degree at that certain province, as well as if you are a foreign nationalist, a foreign worker, who have an employer, and your employer has been approved to hire you. Then you might be eligible to apply under a Provincial nominee program.
Also, there are a lot of provinces who have economic categories for its immigration. For example, many of them have entrepreneur stream, as well as an investor’s program. Again, depending on the province, the requirements might be different. If you know exactly which province you would like to immigrate and you make up your mind, we would be able to help you to determine whether or not the categories are relevant for you and you qualify.
Also, some provinces open its doors to foreign skilled workers who have higher education, as well as work experience in certain professions. You might have an opportunity to apply for certain provinces. This type of application is limited. Whenever a province announces its program under such a category, it sets a limit, for example 500 to 1000.
There are a lot of people who are waiting for this kind of opportunity, so they are prepared. That’s why these applications fill up so quickly. For example, Nova Scotia programs, that’s the example, 1000 applications has invited, and within one week they reached. Once the province exceeds 1000 applications, it closes its program for that certain stream. If you would like to be considered in such type of category, you want to be prepared ahead of time so that you are able to submit before the deadline, or before the cap is reached.
How can you do that? I strongly suggest you to contact your immigration law firm, or your immigration representative. Make sure that you have all the forms and all the required documents, and all supporting documents to show your experience, and financial ability and background check. All of them should be prepared ahead of time so you can submit as soon as the program opens.
If you do have any questions regarding this type of application, or any other Provincial nominee program, please feel free to contact us.
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