Canada Immigration- The latest Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) updates of Various Canadian Provinces
Canada is a hotspot immigration country that attracts and welcomes thousands of immigrants every year. This is why Canada has launched one of the best online immigration systems for making immigration of overseas individuals in Canada faster, better and smoother. Canada also has a few Provincial Nominee Programs to select the right candidates for immigration to Canadian provinces. However, recently, various PNP Programs had been in news in view of various announcements made. Let’s take a look at recent PNP program updates of Canadian provinces:
Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) Reopens
The Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) has reopened for the category, i.e. International Skilled Worker -Occupations in demand. As per the program, a total of 1000 applications will be accepted for about 57 in demand occupations. There is no job offer requirement for the applicants.
The PNP allocation of Nova Scotia is enhanced
The Nova Scotia is a beautiful province of Canada. Recently it has allocated 300 extra spaces for its two Express Entry Streams, i.e. Nova Scotia Experience Class- Express Entry and Nova Scotia Demand-Express Entry. As compared to 700 nominations last year, Nova Scotia will be allowed 1350 immigrants this year 2015 through its NSNP (Nova Scotia Nominee Program).
The BCPNP (British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program) have paused the application intake for Skills Immigration as well as for Express Entry BC
The BCPNP (British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program) have temporarily paused its Skills Immigration as well as the Express Entry B.C. streams. As per the reports the Province already received the enough number of applications for the year 2015 and hence, has paused the new application intake until 2016. However the BCPNP will continue to accept the applications for the following streams, i.e. 200 per month:
- Entrepreneur Immigration Stream
- Northeast Pilot Project Categories
- Healthcare Professionals
Great Opportunities all round for skilled workers for Canada Immigration
The skilled workers interested in Canada Immigration have a great chance to make it possible, as various PNP programs of Canada are providing the relaxation to the candidates in terms of the job offer, language requirement etc. If you are a skilled worker, you can apply to Nova Scotia and Saskatchewan PNP programs as they are open or can wait for the BCPNP and AINP programs to reopen in 2016. Meanwhile, you can update and prepare your skills and documents for the upcoming programs.
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