With more than 13.5 million population, Ontario is the most multicultural province of Canada. It is where 40% of the immigrants each year choose to settle. The Ontario Immigrant nominee program is a program through which Ontario selects individuals and families for permanent residency. This selection is based on the labor market and the economic development priorities of the area.
There are two steps under the provincial program through which immigrants to Canada can acquire
permanent resident status. The applicant receives a PNP nomination first, which is used to apply for
permanent residence through the Express Entry. To ensure an efficient and faster passage to such individuals, the Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada- IRCC created the online system of Expres Entry.
The Express Entry is an assessment and selection system that the IRCC uses to choose candidates for immigration. It is part of the immigration program designed to help manage applications.
The Free Assessment Form assesses whether or not you qualify for a Provincial Nominee program. You can know more about the free assessment from our LCC immigration’s Canadian visa consultant site.
The Territorial and provincial governments have been utilizing PNPs to more effectively and efficiently welcome skilled immigrants to their region. Each program is tailored to tend to particular criteria for selecting permanent resident nominees.
The selected nominees will be able to settle and work in the region to contribute to the community effectively. Most PNPs contain a minimum immigration stream that is aligned with the Federal Express Entry Immigration Selection System. Streams are known as ‘enhanced’ nominations. Tap here to learn more about how Provincial Nominee programs and how their function concerning the Express Entry System. You can also contact our visiting visa to Canada consultant to know more about the program.