Multiple New Opportunities for Immigration in Canada through PNPs
A look at key updates in the first quarter of 2019, and beyond, in Saskatchewan, Ontario, Nova Scotia and Manitoba
A look at the recent changes in Provincial Nominee Programs in the first quarter of 2019 shows the popularity of these programs among immigrants in 2019. Whether it’s;
- the revision of Saskatchewan’s list of in-demand occupation on April 04, 2019,
- Ontario’s record nomination allocation for 2019,
- a new approach to enhance the entries of financial auditors and accountants through Nova Scotia’s Labor Market Priorities draw,
- the ongoing renewal of the Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program, or be it any, such key developments in PNPs have set the trend for immigration strategies in 2019 and beyond.
There are many provinces and territories in Canada like Ontario, Manitoba, Saskatchewan which contribute to the selection of eligible candidates for Canadian permanent residency each year through their respective provincial program. And, each PNP has two broad categories – Enhanced Nomination Streams and Base Nomination Streams.
Enhanced nomination streams are those which directly linked with Federal Express Entry program to manage the entry of skilled immigrants in Canada via its three economic subcategories like Federal Skilled Worker Class, Federal Skilled Trades Class, and Canadian Experience Class. Moreover, Express Entry candidates who receive nominations from enhanced nomination stream get an additional 600 points in their scorecard which enhances chances for Invitation to apply for Canadian PR.
Whereas Base nomination streams are provincial and territory nominations outside of express Entry system process.
Both streams have a vital role to play in the Canadian government’s three-year immigration level plan (2019-2021) as over the period of three years, the expected number of new admissions through PNPs in 2019 is 61,000 and 71,300 in 2021.
“With their increasing targets and ongoing innovation, Canada’s provincial nominee programs provide a variety of opportunities for pursuing Canadian permanent residence,” said David Cohen, senior partner with the Campbell, Cohen Canadian immigration law firm in Montreal.
So if you are interested then you can submit your profile in any of the PNP programs including Saskatchewan immigrant nominee program (SINP), Ontario immigrant nominee program, Nova Scotia nominee program, Manitoba provincial nominee program and more, then for complete information on the aspects like eligibility criteria, application process, processing time, contact experts of countrywide visas. Countrywide visas is one of the fastest growing Immigration consultancies with a large, devoted team of Immigration experts offer hassle-free and professional services to its clients for filing their applications for various immigration programs.
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