The Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) offers a quick application procedure for Canadian employment permits. In order to be eligible for the PNP, applicants must have the required education, job experience, and language proficiency for semi- or low-skilled trades or professions.
An applicant must be nominated by a Canadian province or territory to be eligible for the Provincial Nominee Program. Many Canadian provinces have agreements with the federal government of Canada that allow them to use their right to nominate foreign employees who want to settle in their respective provinces.
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In accordance with standards established by the provincial government, PNP Canada programs enable Canadian provinces to nominate people for immigration to their region. Successful candidates receive a provincial nomination, which they can use to submit a permanent residency application to Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC).
The program is currently being implemented in eleven territories. Criteria and eligibility differ depending on where the nomination is made.