Provincial Nominee Program

Provincial Nominee Programs look for people with skills, education and work experience that can contribute to the economy and development of any given Canadian province or territory where the candidates have been nominated.

To immigrate to Canada as a nominee; Candidates must first apply to the province where they would like to live and work, complete the process and get approval from that particular province. Applicants must meet the requirements set by each province. However, compliance with the requirements do not guarantee the nomination.

After, applicants have earned the nomination certificate from the province or territory to which they have applied, they must complete their Permaent Resident Application before the Federal Govermetn. (Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) )

The provinces and territories of these programs are:

  •  Alberta
  • British Columbia
  • Manitoba
  • New Brunswick
  • Newfoundland and Labrador
  • Northwest Territories
  • Nova Scotia
  • Ontario
  • Prince Edward Island
  • Saskatchewan
  • Yukon

 Alberta

This program is managed by the Government of Alberta in conjunction with the Department of Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC).

The categories that the Province of Alberta offers are:

  • Skilled Worker: For those foreign workers who have a job opening for a full time position and standing in one of the categories approved by the Province of Alberta.
  • International Student: For those students who have recently graduated from a post-graduate program at a recognized Canadian educational institution and have a job opening for a full time position and standing in one of the categories approved by the Province of Alberta .
  • Semi-skilled worker: For those foreign workers who have a job offer for a semi-skilled position full time and permanent in one of the categories approved by the Province of Alberta.
  • Employer in Alberta: For companies that want to retain skilled and semi-skilled, or an international student on a full-time position permanently.
  • Merchant: for people who have an Alberta Qualification Certificate in a Compulsory or Optional Trade
  • Engineer: For those professionals who have experience in engineering work in the Province of Alberta as a designer or illustrator.
  • Farmer: For those who have experience in agriculture and have the intention to purchase and manage a farm in Alberta.

Companies that can participate in this program are:

  • Food Processing Industries and beverages
  • Hotel and lodging industries: food and beverage waiters, maids and receptionists
  • Manufacturing industries
  • Heavy transport industries
  • Food service industries

British Columbia

This program provides a fast alternative to immigrate to Canada for those skilled workers, business people and members of family who want to live and work in this province. The program is administered by the Ministry of Labour, Tourism and Innovation on behalf of the Province of British Columbia.

Categories that the province of British Columbia has are:

  1. Strategic Occupation: For those employers who want to recruit or retain qualified and experienced foreign workers. Applicants must have a permanent job, offer from an employer in the province or have completed a master's or doctoral program in either Health Sciences, Natural Sciences or applied sciences at a recognized institution of the province of British Columbia.

    This category focuses on five semi-categories: skilled workers, international students recently graduated, international students recently graduated from a master's or doctoral program, health professionals in areas required by the province and semi-skilled workers for certain occupations required by the province.
  2. Business Immigrants: For those experienced entrepreneurs who can demonstrate their intention to invest and manage a business in this province. This category is further divided into three sub-categories: business skills, business and regional strategic projects.

Manitoba

This program is managed by the Government of Manitoba in conjunction with the Department of Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC). One advantage of this program is that the provincial program helps to accelerate the immigration process to help workers, students and families who are applying to settle down and start a new life in Manitoba.

Categories that the province of Manitoba has are:

  1. Skilled Workers: For those international workers whom demonstrate their intention and ability to become permanent residents of this province.
  2. Business and Agriculture: For those who want to buy and run a business, a farm, or want to partner with an existing one in Manitoba.

Program nomination of the province of New Brunswick

This program provides a quick alternative for those immigrating to Canada for business, people with extensive experience and skilled workers who want to live and work in this province.

New Brunswick:

  1. Business Person: For those who have a business management experience and want to live, shop and manage a company in this province.
  2. Skilled workers with a job offer: For those international workers who have a job offer in a full-time position that is part of one of the occupations that the province is in need of.
  3. Skilled workers with family sponsorship: For the families of residents or Canadian citizens living in this province who want to live and work here, and that their education and labor experience are vital to the province.

Program nomination of the province of Newfoundland and Labrador

This program provides a fast alternative to immigrate to Canada. Skilled workers, international students, businessmen and family members who want to live permanently in Newfoundland and Labrador can benefit from this program.

 Newfoundland and Labrador:

  1. Skilled Workers: For those with experience and knowledge in critical areas of impact for companies operating in this province.
  2. Graduate international students: For international students who have graduated from a recognized educational institution in Canada and meet all the requirements of this category.
  3. Employers: Program review.

Northwest Territories

This program provides a quick alternative for those immigrating to Canada for skilled workers and business people who want to live and work in this province.

The Territories of Northeast have the following categories:

  1. Employers: For those business people who want to live and form a company in this province in any economic sector.
  2. Independent workers: For those professionals who can provide a service that is in high demand in the province through the creation of a company.
  3. Skilled Workers: For those international workers who have the experience to meet the demand for skilled workers in the province.
  4. High impact workers for the Province: For those employers who have a high demand for semi-skilled workers in the province.

Nova Scotia

This program provides a quick alternative for those immigrating to Canada as skilled workers, international students, businessmen, family members and individuals engaged in the community who want to live and work in this province.

The province of Nova Scotia has the following categories:

  1. Skilled Workers: For those international workers that have a full-time job offer in this province.
  2. International Graduate students: For those international students who have worked in this province and have at least three months working and a job offer for a full-time position.
  3. People identified with the community: For those who have a strong connection with the community especially in this province and have received the Letter of Identification of an organization in charge of the Bureau of Immigration.
  4. Workers for family businesses: For those who have a full-time job offer from a company owned by a close relative.
  5. Minors not dependent of a person nominated by the Province of Nova Scotia: For those who want to live, work and contribute to the economy of the province and are not dependent of a person nominated by the Province of Nova Scotia.
  6. Agriculture: For those with experience in the agriculture sector who want to buy and run a business in this area.

Ontario

This program is designed to help individuals and their families, international student graduates, employers with a high demand for skilled workers and investors who want to grow their business, to be nominated as permanent residents of this province.

The province of Ontario has the following categories:

  1. Employers: For those companies that are having trouble recruiting workers, residents or citizens, skilled in the Province of Ontario and international workers have been found, either within or outside Canada, to meet the demand.
  2. Foreign workers: For those international workers who have received an acceptance letter for a job position that could not be filled by a Canadian citizen or resident in the Province of Ontario.
  3. Investors: For those business people whose expertise matches the needs of economy in the province. This program allows companies that have made an investment in the Province of Ontario to recruit or relocate specific employees to ensure the success of the investment in the long run.
  4. Students with a job offer: For those international students who have the skills, training and experience to fill a position in any professional or management position specializing in companies where it has been difficult to hire a Canadian citizen or permanent resident.
  5. PhD Graduate: For those international students who are about to graduate or already received a PhD with less than two years old from one of the universities in Ontario. You do not need a job offer to apply for this program.
  6. Graduate Masters: For international students who are about to graduate or have recently graduated from a master's program in a university in Ontario.

 Prince Edward Island

This program provides a quick alternative for those immigrating to Canada as skilled workers or entrepreneurs who want to live and work in this province.

The Prince Edward Island Province has the following categories:

  1. Business Impact Category +: For those with vision, leadership and determination that want to invest and run a business in this province. This category is further divided into three sub-categories that are 100% owner, part owner and work permit.
  2. Labour Impact Category +: For those international workers who want to live and work in this province. This category is further divided into four sub-categories that are skilled workers, workers of critical impact, international graduates and family connections.

Saskatchewan

This program offers a fast alternative to immigrate to Canada. Skilled workers, entrepreneurs, family referrals, farmers farm owners, health professionals, hospitality projects pilots, truck drivers and international students who want to live and work in this province can benefit from this program.

Saskatchewan has the following categories:

  1. Skilled Workers: For those skilled workers, professionals or managers who have a permanent full-time job offer from an employer in this province. This category is further divided into three sub-categories: skilled workers, occupations Reviews and valid work permit.
  2. Employers: For those who want to invest their capital in businesses located in this province. They must have business experience and demonstrate their intention in trying to help create job opportunities in the province. These are some of the requests among the key requirements to apply through this category.
  3. Family Referrals: For those who have family living in this province and have the education, experience and intend to live and work in this province.
  4. Owners or operators of farms: For those who have the experience and the intention to purchase and manage a farm in this province.
  5. Health Professionals: For those health professionals who have received their training in a country other than Canada and have been working in this province for at least six months under a valid work permit. This category is further divided into sub-categories res: nurses, therapists, and other health professionals.
  6. Projects in Hospitality: For those foreign workers who are currently working in this province under one of the following categories: serving food or beverages, attending a local food or as a kitchen helper, or a housekeeper or cleaning staff.
  7. Cargo Truck Drivers: For those companies in the province that require qualified drivers to operate. Applicants only require a high school diploma or the policy issued by Service Canada's Temporary Foreign Worker to ensure that the applicant has the required training.
  8. International students: For those international students who have graduated from a recognized Canadian educational institution. This category is further divided into two sub-categories: work permit Post-graduation or graduates of a master's or PhD program

Yukon Territory

This program provides a fast alternative to immigrate to Canada to those skilled workers and business people who want to live and work in this territory.

The Yukon Territory has the following categories:

  1. Skilled Workers: For those foreign workers who have the experience to meet the demand for skilled workers in the territory.
  2. Workers Critical Impact: For those foreign workers who qualify in the category of semi-skilled workers required by the territory.
  3. Business Program: For those business people, who have experience and want to live, buy and operate their own business in this Territory.

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