Provinces have also their own immigration programs (PNP), which involve two steps: To obtain the provincial nomination. Each province has set its own requirements for applicants such as language, education, experience, ties to the province, among others. The standards of these requirements are more flexible than the federal ones. The common requirement for all provinces is to have a job offer or Canadian work experience.
To obtain the final approval from Citizenship and Immigration Canada upon successfully passing health, security and criminality checks.
The EXPRESS ENTRY system applies to part of the PNP programs.
The PNP programs are:
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