What is Canadian PNP
The Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) was introduced in 1998 as a way for provincial governments to hand-pick candidates for immigration. The aim was to help provinces supplement their labour needs with suitable immigrants.
Are there any RNIP programs for Ontario
The Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot is a community-driven immigration program that helps smaller communities access the benefits of economic immigration.
Immigrating through the Ontario PNP
The Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP) is Ontario’s economic immigration program. Provincial nominee programs are designed to help provinces select the right candidates with the skills, experience and education to match their needs.
The OINP’s new scoring factors
The Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP) is an economic immigration program. It allows the province of Ontario to nominate eligible candidates for permanent residency if they meet the region’s economic and labour market needs.
Are Provinces looking for more PNP Allocations?
The provinces need more control over PNP allocations to address their labour shortages. The Forum of Ministers Responsible (FMRI) for Immigration attempted to tackle this issue during their meeting on July 28.
Care giver program Canada
The Caregiver Program in Canada is a special immigration program designed to help Canadian families hire foreign workers to provide in-home care for children, elderly individuals, or individuals with disabilities.
International Mobility Program
The International Mobility Program (IMP) is a program administered by the Government of Canada that allows Canadian employers to hire foreign workers without the need for a Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA).
Parents and Grandparents Program in 2022
The Canadian IRCC recently announced its decision to issue 23,000 ‘Invitations to Apply’ for applicants who applied under the Parents and Grandparents Program in 2020. The decision puts the government on track to fulfil its target of accepting 15,000 applications under the Program in 2022.
The BC’s PNP
The BC PNP stands for British Columbia’s Provincial Nominee Program. It is an immigration program that serves the province and is administered jointly with the Canadian government.
Ontario OINP Quota for 2023 increased
The OINP, or Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program, is an economic immigration program run by the Ontario province in partnership with the IRCC. This program’s nine streams nominate workers, international students and people who can positively contribute to Ontario’s economy.
Nova Scotia Nominee Program (NSNP)
The NSNP nominates potential immigrants with the skills and experience to positively impact the Nova Scotia economy. The program has several streams that cater to Physicians, entrepreneurs, Graduates, Express entry candidates, Skilled workers and other priority and in-demand occupations.
The Manitoba PNP
Manitoba is seeing a resurgence in popularity among skilled immigrants. The province, known for its natural beauty, played host to over 6,367 nominated immigrants in 2022 out of a total pool of 13,030 applicants. The number was the highest recorded since the program’s creation and bodes well for the future of the Manitoba Provincial Nominee program.
New Brunswick PNP
New Brunswick has several immigration programs for skilled immigrants who can positively contribute to the local economy. The IRCC assigns an annual allotment of foreign nationals that the program can nominate each year.