Are you dreaming of immigrating to Canada? If so, you’re not alone. Canada is a popular destination for immigrants from all over the world. But how do you get started? In this blog, we’ll walk you through the guiding principles of the Canadian PNP.
Canada’s Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) is an important route if you want to move to the country. The Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) has shared the latest guiding principles for handling the distribution of PNP allocations across provinces.
The Allocation Principles
Every year, the federal government sets a number of nominations for each territory and province under Canada’s PNP. Under this program, provinces can hand-pick economic immigrants who have the required skills and attributes to foster the local workforce and economy. Every Canadian province and territory participates in the PNP, except Nunavut and Quebec (which operate under a different agreement).
If you are able to secure a provincial nomination, then you can forward your PR application to the IRRC. If you are able to obtain a nomination through the Express Entry system (known as enhanced nomination), you’ll receive an additional 600 points under the Comprehensive Ranking System. These extra points virtually ensure an invitation to apply during an Express Entry draw.
A Predictable & Transparent Approach
The aim of IRCC’s guiding principles is to bolster a systematic, evidence-driven framework for determining PNP allocations annually. Enhancing operational predictability is the main objective for ensuring a balance between base and better spaces and bringing transparency within territories and provinces. This approach is anticipated to ease and speed up the allocation process for base PNP applications, diminishing reallocation requests.
These guidelines ensure that the nation’s goals align easily with provincial needs, seeing that Canada’s immigration landscape is evolving continuously. It is a step towards a better structured and transparent PNP system.
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