Provincial Nominee Programs

PNPs or Provincial Nominee Programs are programs that have been designed by provincial governments in cooperation with Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) to facilitate the process of settling, finding work, and adapting in specific provinces in Canada for specific groups of foreign nationals. Within these programs, each province decides based on its requirements what groups of foreign nationals would do better and help boost the local economy.

Provincial Nominee Programs offer a great opportunity for employers to find workers and nominate people with the right skills to get permanent resident status. Our immigration experts at Green Light Canada are licensed to work on cases not only for immigration and settlement in Ontario, but for other provinces as well. If you think you have a better chance of immigrating to a specific province, we will be happy to evaluate your chances.

List of available Provincial Nominee Programs:

Provincial Immigration Programs are a great alternative for candidates who don’t meet federal immigration program requirements.

Our immigration experts at Green Light Canada can help you find the right Provincial Nominee Program! Contact us to evaluate your chances.

Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program

Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program
The province of Ontario has a population exceeding 13 million. The most populous Canadian city of Toronto, that has a population of 6 million is also located in Ontario, which is traditionally one of the most desirable places to settle in Canada. The key factors for the popularity of Ontario are its diverse economy with all its segments represented equally (production, finance, commerce, & arts), mild climate compared to the rest of Canada and multiculturalism which allows people of different nationalities and background to maintain their cultural identity. If you are thinking to immigrate to Ontario you should consider Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP).

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British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program

British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program
British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program British Columbia (BC), the westernmost province in Canada, is a centre of cultural diversity and economic growth. BC is home to Canada's third largest city, Vancouver, and is one of the most developed provinces in Canada. BC's economy is focused on rich natural resources, with an emphasis on forestry, mining,...

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Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program

Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program
Alberta is one of the most dynamically developing provinces in Canada.  Alberta is located in Western Canada and has a rapidly growing economy, which is based on its vast natural resources.  Two large cities of Calgary and Edmonton are situated in the province. Alberta is the most densely populated of the country's three "prairies". It is one of the most beautiful provinces of North America, known for its national parks such as Banff and Jasper.

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Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program

Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program
Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP). Manitoba is the fifth-most populous province in Canada, and is one of the three prairie provinces. Manitoba's economy is based mainly on natural resources and agriculture. The population lives mostly in the provincial capital, Winnipeg, and its surrounding suburban neighbourhoods. Manitoba was the first Canadian province to establish its own...

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Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program

Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program
Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) Saskatchewan is one of the fastest growing provinces in Canada in terms of economic and demographic growth, due in large part to the arrival of immigrants from around the world. It is well-known for its vast prairie landscape, being one of the prairie provinces. Saskatchewan's economy is based mainly on...

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Prince Edward Island Provincial Nominee Program

Prince Edward Island Provincial Nominee Program
Prince Edward Island (PEI) province consists of the Prince Edward Island and a number of adjacent islands. It is the smallest province of Canada. Sometimes it is called the Homeland of Canada because of the conference in Charlottetown, which led to the formation of the country. Prince Edward Island is known not only for its enormous opportunities for agriculture and the beautiful coast, but it is also the site of a growing economy concentrated in agriculture, tourism and fishing.

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Nova Scotia Nominee Program

Nova Scotia Nominee Program
Nova Scotia is a small Canadian province located in the Atlantic coastal region of the country. The province of Nova Scotia consists of the peninsula of Nova Scotia, Cape Breton Island and more than 3,000 small islands. Its capital, the city of Halifax, is known as a fairly large cultural center with a high standard of living. The province of Nova Scotia is famous for the beauty of its coastal strip and delicious cuisine.

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New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program

New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program
New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program (NBPNP)  New Brunswick is a province located in the Maritimes region of Canada, near the Atlantic Ocean. It is one of the few provinces in Canada with a large francophone population, with 30% of the population speaking French. The province is well-known for its beautiful coastlines and forests, and is...

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Newfoundland and Labrador Provincial Nominee Program

Newfoundland and Labrador Provincial Nominee Program
The province of Newfoundland and Labrador consists of two separate land areas: Labrador, which is connected to mainland Canada, and the nearby island of Newfoundland. Most of the residents live in the capital of the province of St. John’s, which is located in the southeast of the island on the Atlantic coast. The province has recently become a significant economic force thanks to a boom in energy and natural resources.

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Yukon Nominee Program

Yukon Nominee Program
Located in the far northwest of Canada, the Yukon occupies a legendary place in the history of the country. This region is best known for the Klondike gold rush of the late 1890s. Today, about 30,000 people reside in the Yukon, living mainly in the capital of Whitehorse. The economy of the region consists mainly of mining and tourism. The area is an ideal place to live for people who value strong communities and excellent nature.

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Atlantic Immigration Pilot

Atlantic Immigration Pilot
Atlantic Immigration Pilot The Atlantic Immigration Pilot (AIP) is a program operated by the federal government of Canada, as well as the governments of four Atlantic provinces: New Brunswick Newfoundland and Labrador Nova Scotia Prince Edward Island The pilot focuses on helping Canadian employers in the Atlantic region find employees to fill job vacancies when...

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Northwest Territories Nominee Program

Northwest Territories Nominee Program
Located between the Yukon and Nunavut, the Northwest Territories (NWT) is the name of one vast territory. The Northwest Territories is the land of acres of pristine forests and a population of just over 40,000 inhabitants. The economy of the region exploits its vast geological resources, including natural gas, oil, gold and diamonds. The capital of Yellowknife, located on the shores of the Great Slave Lake, is both a major industrial center for workers in the region and a picturesque city with rich opportunities for recreation.

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