The Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) is a Canadian immigration program that allows people to come to Canada and become permanent residents. The requirements differ by province and territory, depending on the economic and labor market conditions in the country. Here's a guide to the PNP. To apply, applicants must meet the minimum requirements for their chosen stream and must submit the required language test results. Eligible jobs must also uplift the British Columbian economy.
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The Provincial Nominee Program allows provinces to quickly respond to local needs by selecting applicants with skills in the most in-demand occupations. Many of these programs are linked to Express Entry, which helps candidates earn an additional 600 points on the Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS).