The Provincial Nominee Program seeks to attract a variety of immigrants from all walks of life to obtain permanent residence in specific provinces. The provincial nominee program aims at those who have the skills, education and work experience needed to contribute to the province or territory that nominates them for permanent residence.
The Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program (AINP) is designed to target immigrants who are ready to support Alberta’s economic growth. There are many streams to this program:
The British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP) can be divided into two main categories:
The BC PNP seeks to attract those applications who can enhance British Columbia’s already thriving economy.
The Nova Scotia Nominee Program is very unique among the provinces. It offers one of the only streams for nomination that does not require you to fist have a job offer, so long as your intended occupation falls on a list of currently in demand jobs. This stream is known as the Regional Labour Market Demand Stream. Other streams related to the province are:
The Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) offers stream that are directly related to the province’s economic and labour force needs:
Please feel free to contact us should you have inquiries about any of the other Provincial Nominee Programs.
Akrami & Associates is dedicated to its clients and will always find a way to help. Our goal is to ensure that whatever you are applying for, your application has the highest chance for success. The Provincial Nominee application process is one of two steps, first applying to the province and then to the federal government. These means that two large and separate applications must be made before you can successfully obtain your permanent resident status. Further, each province offers a unique approach to their nomination scheme with varying requirements and qualifications. Without the right support, it can be easy to get mixed up in the complexity of such applications. You can count on us to:
With Akrami & Associates, there is always a way!