The Provincial Nominee Program is another way to apply for permanent residency in Canada. Check out this web story to learn more.

Canada's provinces and territories use the Provincial Nominee Program to select individuals wishing to settle in a specific province or territory.

Each Canadian province and territory (excluding Quebec) has unique PNP streams tailored to its specific economic and demographic needs.

To apply for a provincial nominee program, you must check the eligibility requirements for the PNP stream you are interested in.

Requirements can vary based on factors like education, work experience, language proficiency, and connection to the province.

Please remember to gather and submit required documents such as proof of identity, educational credentials, experience certificates, and language proficiency test results.

Depending on the province, you may need to submit an Expression of Interest (EOI) or apply directly to the PNP stream.

Receive Invitation: If you are selected, you will receive an Invitation to Apply (ITA) for a provincial nomination.

Submit your application to the nominating province or territory, and upon approval, you'll receive a Provincial Nomination Certificate.

Once nominated, you'll receive extra points in the Express Entry system, which could lead to an Invitation to Apply (ITA) for PR.

Complete and submit your permanent residence application to IRCC for assessment and a final decision on your permanent residence status.