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Migrate to Canada via the Provincial Nominee Program with Aptech Visa

by aman sharma Canada Immigration,Canada PR Visa

The PNP is a major pathway toward Canadian permanent residence.

Immigration is a joint duty of the federal and provincial governments, according to the Canadian Constitution. There were few provincial immigration programs until 1998, and most immigrants preferred to reside in British Columbia, Ontario, and Quebec's metropolitan areas. The federal and provincial governments collaborated to create the Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) with the hopes of encouraging newcomers to settle in other provinces and spreading the advantages of immigration across Canada.

The PNP has proven to be a huge success, and in 2022 and 2023, it will account for over 80,000 new immigrants per year, making it Canada's most popular economic class gateway.


What is PNP and how does it operate?



While Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) have the last say in permanent residency applications, provinces and territories can suggest individuals they believe have the best potential of establishing themselves economically in the jurisdiction.

Candidates can apply for a PNP in one of two ways: directly to a province through a base stream or through the federal Express Entry system to get an enhanced nomination.


Nomination from the province of origin.


It is possible to apply directly to a province if you wish to become a permanent resident of Canada. Base provincial nomination is what it's called. There are over 80 PNP streams across Canada, and it is the candidate's responsibility to determine which program is the greatest match for them and to follow the requirements outlined on the provincial government's website. When a province gets an application, it will analyse it to determine whether or not to nominate a candidate for provincial office. 


If a candidate is chosen, they must submit a letter of nomination to IRCC together with their application for permanent residency. If you are currently in the Express Entry pool but want to expand your options, you can apply for a basic PNP.


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The Nomination with a boost


Enhanced nomination through the PNP is frequently a faster path to permanent residency in Canada. An applicant can build an Express Entry profile on the federal government's website if they are eligible for at least one of the Federal Skilled Worker Program, Federal Skilled Trades Program, or Canadian Experience Class. Provincial governments have access to the Express Entry pool and can assess individuals after a profile is formed. They can send a notification of interest to a candidate who appears to be a good fit for the province, urging the candidate to file for provincial nomination.


After you've been notified of your interest, if the candidate accepts the provincial nomination, they must then apply for the PNP on their own.


If the candidate meets the provincial eligibility standards, they will get a letter of nomination, which they may submit to their Express Entry profile for an additional 600 CRS points. Because of these extra factors, an Express Entry candidate is quite likely to get an invitation to apply (ITA) from IRCC.


The phases in the upgraded process are as follows:


Process for Express Entry:


• Step 1: Determine whether you qualify for the Express Entry PNP.

• Step 2: Create an Express Entry profile on the IRCC website.

• Step 3: Accept a provincial notification of interest and submit your provincial nomination application if you get one.

• Step 4: You can add a province nomination to your Express Entry profile for 600 additional CRS points if you receive one. 

• Step 5: After receiving an invitation from IRCC to apply for permanent residence through Express Entry, submit your permanent residence application to IRCC.

• Step 6: Pass a medical check-up and a background check with the police.

• Step 7: After receiving IRCC approval, you can finish your permanent residency application in Canada.


Advantages and disadvantages

Many benefits come with the PNP, the most notable of which is improved nomination. A provincial nomination through an Express Entry program will boost your chances of receiving a permanent residence invitation greatly, and you will also benefit from a six-month processing time. This is faster than the current average processing time of 27 months for basic PNP streams.

There are, however, costs to consider. IRCC charges $1,365 CAD for Express Entry, plus the cost of biometrics, language exams, and educational credential examinations. If you're immigrating with a spouse or a dependant, you'll have to pay extra costs.

Permanent residency costs were implemented by the Canadian government on April 30, 2022.

Your application

Fees

Processing fee ($850) and right of permanent residence fee ($515)

$1,365

Spouse or partner processing fee ($850) and right of permanent residence fee ($515)

$1,365

Include a dependent child

$230 (per child)


Application fees for many PNPs run from $250 to $1,500, depending on the program. In essence, with a PNP, you are paying two application costs. Once for your PNP application to be processed by a province, and secondly for your permanent residency application to be processed by IRCC. Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, the Northwest Territories, and the Yukon are the only four jurisdictions that do not collect fees to file for provincial nominations.

2022 PNP Fee

Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) + Quebec

Application fee for the principal applicant

Alberta Advantage Immigration Program (AAIP)

$500

British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP)

$1,150

Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP)

$500

New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program (NB PNP)

$250

Newfoundland and Labrador Nominee Program (NLPNP)

$0

Nova Scotia Nominee Program (NSNP)

$0

Northwest Territories Nominee Program (NTNP)

$0

Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP)

$1,500

Prince Edward Island Provincial Nominee Program (PEI PNP)

$300

Quebec

$844

Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP)

$350

Yukon Nominee Program (YNP)

$0


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Conclusion


Finally, each candidate's circumstance is distinct, hence each candidate's application for or acceptance of provincial nomination is unique. The greatest thing you can do is conduct extensive research, consult with an expert, and determine what is best for your condition, money, timetable and fill out the Free Canada Immigration Assessment Form


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