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Provincial Nomination Program

Provincial Nomination Program

Once you’ve been nominated by a province or territory, you can submit an application for permanent residence to the particular province which has nominated your application.

If you aren’t truthful in your application for permanent residence then IRCC may:

  • Refuse your application
  • Find you inadmissible
  • Bar (means you will not be able to travel to Canada by Road, air, sea) up to 5 years or completely for 5 years from applying for permanent resident status

You must apply in 2 stages:

First, you decide where you want to immigrate and live in Canada and apply to that particular province or territory for a nomination. Province will review your application based on:

  • Immigration needs and
  • If you really are willing and plan to live there for the rest of your life.

After a province or territory nominates you, you must apply to IRCC (Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada) for permanent residence. IRCC will thenassess your application based on Canadian immigration law.

Provincial Nomination Program Immanuel Immigrations

Eligibility

To apply as a provincial nominee, you'll have to:

  • Meet the minimum requirements & criteria of particular province or territory’s non-Express Entry streams.
  • Be nominated thereunder stream (to which you have got applied)

If you don’t have a nomination

Then you need to immediately check for the eligibility criteria and specific requirements of every provinces listed below.

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

If you aren’t truthful(submit fraudulent documents) in your application for permanent residence the you will face the below listed consequences by IRCC.

  • Refuse your application
  • find you inadmissible
  • Bar you for up to five years from applying for permanent resident status
  • Pay your application fees
  • Our fees changed

In most cases, your fees will include:

  • Processing fees for you and your dependents include in your application
  • The Right of Permanent Residence Fee (RPRF)
  • Biometrics
  • Third-party fees
  • You must pay your fees online (opens in a very new tab).
  • Biometrics fee

In most cases, you want to pay a biometrics fee once you submit your application. Otherwise, you will experience delays. The biometrics fee covers the value of collecting fingerprints and a digital photo.

Third-party fees

As part of the process flow and cost involved you need to pay for below listed third parties:

  • Medical exams
  • Police certificates
  • Language testing
  • Educational credential assessment

Submit your application

Before you send us your application to the Province, make sure you:

  • Answer all questions
  • Sign your application and all forms
  • Include your processing fee
  • You will have to include every supporting document (must include a copy of the nomination certificate which the province or territory has given you)
  • If your application is incomplete, IRCC will reject it and send it back to you. You’ll have to fix any errors and then re-submit it.Your applications will not be refused because an expert would be guiding you on how to make your application error free and complete it before you submit.