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PNP Express Entry Introduction:

PNP Express Entry are two prominent immigration pathways in Canada. PNP Express Entry enables provinces and territories to nominate skilled individuals for local economic contributions. Express Entry, on the other hand, is a federal immigration system that manages the applications of skilled workers. Combining these programs, Canada selects and welcomes skilled individuals who meet regional needs, fostering nationwide economic growth and development.

PNP Express Entry

Express Entry

PNP Express Entry is the skilled worker program factoring age, education, experience, etc. to rank your profile in the pool. First, check your eligibility for Express Entry Program streams: Federal Skilled Worker, Federal Skilled Trades, and Canadian Experience Class. Express Entry is Canada’s application management system introduced by IRCC for efficient immigration processing. IRCC invites applicants periodically to apply for permanent residency. Upon approval of permanent residency application, they along with their families can live and work freely anywhere in Canada.

Provincial Nominee Programs

The PNP Express Entry enables provinces and territories to nominate individuals for immigration and settlement in specific regions of Canada. The program has evolved over the years with various changes.

The PNP Express Entry selects skilled candidates from the Express Entry pool to meet regional labor market needs. PNP nominees receive 600 extra CRS points, greatly enhancing their chances of receiving an ITA for permanent residency.

To qualify for the PNP, candidates create an Express Entry profile and meet eligibility criteria for federal economic immigration programs. After entering the pool, they can submit an Expression of Interest (EOI) to a desired province or territory. If selected, they may be nominated for permanent residency.

Each province and territory has unique eligibility requirements and selection criteria for the PNP. Candidates should consult the websites of the provinces and territories to find out more information about their specific programs.


The SINP (Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program) is a pathway for skilled and experienced candidates to apply for Canadian Permanent Residency. With a population of over one million, Saskatchewan is known as the “Land of the Living Skies,” showcasing vast horizons and frequent Northern lights. It offers an affordable high standard of living, an excellent educational system, and a rich culture


Ontario is the most popular destination of Canada for newcomers. It covers the second most land area in Canada. Toronto is the capital city of Ontario that has a population of about six million people. Nearly half of the people living in Toronto are foreign nationals who made it the most multicultural city in the globe.

International applicants who possess the required skills, education and in demand experience qualify for this program, who can contribute to the development of Ontario’s economy.


Manitoba, the backbone of Canada’s economy, is known for its agriculture and natural resources. The province of Manitoba is also famous as the “Gateway to Western Canada”, which is situated in the middle of Canada. It is an accessible and welcoming region for the newcomers. It is home to natural beauty with a safe and friendly environment, which also has a low cost of living and many career opportunities for individuals in the region.

The province of Manitoba sends an invitation to the eligible applicants who best suit the changing labor market needs and have ties to the province.


Alberta is leading oil and gas industries all over the world with industrial and service economy of Alberta is growing fast. It is argued to be the most prosperous province of Canada that attracts many immigrants all across the globe.

Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program enables the province to select a finite number of eligible candidates from Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) Express Entry system. Candidates who have shown strong ties with Alberta or who can support economic development and diversification priorities of Alberta may be invited or selected to apply for the program.


Quebec is a predominantly French-speaking province in eastern Canada with 2 vibrant cities in its south Montreal and Quebec City. It dominates the trade, finance and transportation industry. Quebec offers excellent quality of life in terms of housing, healthcare, education and environment.

The Quebec Immigration selection system for an Independent Quebec Skilled Worker aims to identify prospective applicants who can economically establish themselves in Quebec based on their education, experience, and language proficiency. Moreover, there are several pivotal supplementary factors that can substantially improve the chances of receiving an invitation. These factors include having close ties to Quebec through past experience, possessing educational credentials obtained from Quebec, or having close relatives residing in the province.

For more details please contact our senior immigration consultants and advisors.


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