A common misconception on Canadian immigration is that some provinces are “easier” than others to immigrate to.
Any province can be the easiest to immigrate to if you meet all of the criteria of the Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) that you are applying for. It might be obvious if you already have a job offer in a particular province, but not so much for people who have not yet set foot in Canada.
Finding a PNP that is right for you is a little like finding the right key for a lock. The “right fit” will depend on your situation, as well as the skills and experience you can offer when it comes to the needs of the local labour market. Most regions in Canada, except for Nunavut and Quebec, have their own PNP–specific streams. These immigration pathways are tailored to meet the specific needs of each province and are intended for a particular category of immigrants, be they skilled, unskilled, entrepreneur or international students.
Aside from federal and Quebec streams, there are currently almost 80 unique streams across the provinces and territories participating in the PNP.
A provincial nomination from an enhanced PNP stream, that is, one related to Canada’s Express Entry system, will award an additional 600 points toward the system’s Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score. If you earn these additional points, it is virtually guaranteed that you will receive an invitation from the Government of Canada to apply for Canadian permanent residence.
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