Provincial Nominee Program
 

   

Provincial Nomination is an important fast-track alternative for Canadian Permanent Residency. Most provinces in Canada have an agreement with the Government of Canada that allows them to nominate immigrants who wish to settle in the respective province.

Provincial Nominee Programs - (For Skilled Category)

Provincial Nomination is an important fast-track alternative for Canadian Permanent Residency. Most provinces in Canada have an agreement with the Government of Canada that allows them to nominate immigrants who wish to settle in the respective province.
For detailed information feel free to call CCA helpline no. +91 977 955 3322

·  Alberta Immigration

 

The pulsating economy of Alberta welcomes immigration aspirant to live, work and settle in the vibrant province of Canada. There is a special provision for US H1B Visa Holders and their families to make Canada their home.

 

·  Manitoba Immigration

 

Excellent wages, safe work culture, generous social benefits are some of the reasons that attracts immigrant to choose Manitoba. The province's employment rate is very high and there is high demand for workers in a number of exciting fields.

 

·  Nova Scotia Nominee Program

 

Nova Scotia, a province that offers diverse culture and plenteous vistas, has been attracting new immigrants who seek better lifestyle in Canada.

 

·  Ontario Provincial Nominee Program

 

Every year Ontario welcomes more than 1, 00,000 Permanent Residents to live, work & settle there. The immigrant (Permanent Resident individuals only) inflow in Ontario in 2009 was 1, 06,840, which is the highest among all the provinces of Canada.

 

·  Quebec Immigration

 

The Province of Quebec works on different selection criteria for people who wish to settle in Quebec under the Quebec Skilled Worker Program.

 

·  Saskatchewan

 

There are bountiful options which may be explored if you wish to immigrate to Saskatchewan, under the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP).

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