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Provincial Nominee Program (PNP)

The PNP program allows each Canadian province the ability to nominate applicants who are interested in immigrating to Canada. For this pathway, applicants will need to first choose which province they would like to live in and then apply for a nomination. Once applications are submitted, the selected province will then review the application and nominate applicants based on the province’s own economic and labour needs. Once nominated, the next step is to apply to the Federal goverment (IRCC).

Eligibility Requirements:

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Be between 22-55 years of age.

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A score of at least 5 on the Canadian Language Benchmark Test (CLB) in speaking, listening, reading, and writing competencies in English or French.

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Completed a minimum of 2 years of full-time post-secondary education after graduating high school.

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A verifiable personal net worth of at least CAD$600,000, of which CAD $300,000 must be liquid funds.

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Have 5 years of work experience, with 3 of those in managing and owning a business.

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Have 5+ years of experience in a senior business management role.

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Must live permanently in the selected province, while owning and managing the business in the same province.

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Be able to invest at least $250,000 CAD of your own funds to begin a business in the selected province.

Applicants will be required to show:

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Certificates of experience.
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Proof of business licenses.
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Company’s financial statements.
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Company ownership details.
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Applicants will need to provide evidence from bank statements or investment evidence.