Express Entry vs Provincial Nominee Program: Which Pathway is the Best in 2024

Express Entry vs Provincial Nominee Program: Which Pathway is the Best in 2024

There are several ways skilled workers can enter and live in Canada. First of all we have to analyse which pathway is for us express entry vs provincial nominee program. Both are the better-known routes: the Express Entry system and the Provincial Nominee Program. Each pathway has different advantages, criteria, and implications. One must look […]

By admin (July 13, 2024)

The In-Demand Occupations Stream of Ontario’s PNP now includes more jobs eligible for Employer Job Offers

The In-Demand Occupations Stream of Ontario’s PNP now includes more jobs eligible for Employer Job Offers

Toronto, ON July 11, 2024, Further to ensure that labour market needs in the province are met, the Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP) is expanding its list of occupations eligible under its In-Demand Occupations Stream. This major update potentially attracts skilled workers across more industry sectors empowering businesses in Ontario to succeed by filling mission-critical […]

By admin (July 11, 2024)

Why Provincial Nominee Programs Exist?

Why Provincial Nominee Programs Exist?

A question that roams across every individual looking to migrate to Canada must have wondered a few times about “Why Provincial Nominee Programs exist?”  Provincial Nominee Programs set a record by inviting 40,000 candidates to Canada, even more than Express Entry programs which are considered to be the fastest way to immigrate to Canada. First […]

By admin (May 21, 2024)

Candidates were invited by 5 Provinces from November 16 to December 1

Candidates were invited by 5 Provinces from November 16 to December 1

Candidates were invited by 5 provinces from November 16 to December 1, namely Ontario, British Columbia, Quebec, Manitoba, and PEI. Except for Nunavut and Quebec, all provinces and territories have Provincial Nominee Programs (PNP), and these programs permit provincial governments to nominate the candidates best suited for integration into the provincial economy. The application of […]

By admin (May 21, 2024)

4 Provinces Invited Candidates from November 9 to November 16

4 Provinces Invited Candidates from November 9 to November 16

4 provinces invited candidates from November 9 to November 16, namely, Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, and Prince Edward Island. To discuss shared priorities, territorial and provincial immigration ministers met with immigration minister Marc Miller in Toronto. The Federation of Ministers Responsible for Immigration (FMRI) was constituted by this meeting of ministers which is held twice […]

By admin (May 21, 2024)

Candidates were Invited by 6 Provinces from October 28 to November 3

Candidates were Invited by 6 Provinces from October 28 to November 3

Candidates were invited by 6 Canadian provinces from October 28 to November 3, namely, Ontario, British Columbia, Quebec, Alberta, Manitoba, and PEI. Through the Provincial Nominee Program (PNP), economic immigrants can be invited to apply for a provincial nomination by all Canadian provinces and territories, except Quebec and Nunavut. The application of a candidate for […]

By admin (May 21, 2024)

3 Provinces Invited Candidates from October 6 to October 12

3 Provinces Invited Candidates from October 6 to October 12

3 provinces invited candidates from October 6 to October 12, namely, Manitoba, Alberta, and British Columbia. Candidates who can integrate into the economy easily and support the local labour force by filling urgent gaps in in-demand sectors are invited to apply under Provincial Nominee Programs (PNPs). Candidates who apply directly to the provincial government, known […]

By admin (May 21, 2024)

Three Provinces Invited Candidates from September 30 to October 5

Three Provinces Invited Candidates from September 30 to October 5

Three provinces invited candidates from September 30 to October 5, namely, British Columbia, Alberta, and Prince Edward Island. Established in 1998, the Provincial Nominee Program exists to help provincial governments select the economic immigration candidates who are the most likely to settle within a nominating province and contribute to the local labour force and economy. […]

By admin (May 21, 2024)

Candidates Were Invited by 6 Provinces from September 22 to September 29

Candidates Were Invited by 6 Provinces from September 22 to September 29

Candidates were invited by 6 provinces from September 22 to September 29, namely, Ontario, British Columbia, New Brunswick, Quebec, Manitoba, and Alberta. Except for Quebec and Nunavut, Provincial Nominee Programs (PNPs) are operated by all the other Canadian provinces and territories for selecting economic immigrant candidates who can contribute to the economy of Canada. There […]

By admin (May 21, 2024)

Four Provinces Held PNP Draws from July 29 to August 3

Four Provinces Held PNP Draws from July 29 to August 3

Four provinces held PNP draws from July 29 to August 3, namely, Ontario, Alberta, British Columbia, and Prince Edward Island. PNP Results July 29 to August 3 Ontario Provincial draws were held by Ontario under three different nomination streams: 2,855 Notifications of Interest (NOIs) were issued by Ontario to candidates with Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) […]

By admin (May 21, 2024)