PNP Canada programs allow Canadian provinces to nominate individuals for immigration to their province based on criteria set by the provincial government. Successful applicants obtain a provincial nomination, which may then be used to apply to Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) for permanent residence.
EligibilityTo apply as a provincial nominee, you must: Provinces allows PNP program
How to apply
Fill out your application
Once you’ve been nominated by a province or territory, you can submit an application for permanent residence.
The application package includes the instruction guide and all the forms you need to fill out after a province or territory has nominated you. The guide will help you fill out the forms properly.
If you aren’t truthful in your application for permanent residence we may:
Pay your application feesYou’ll have to pay:
Submit your applicationBefore you send us your application, make sure you:
If your application is incomplete, we’ll reject it and send it back to you. You’ll have to fix any errors and then re-submit it.
Mail your application to cicMail your application and your online payment receipt to the DEPARTMENT.
Do not send your application to the visa office that serves your home country.
Processing fee for you and your family members
You must pay a separate fee for each family member who is included on your application and will be joining you in Canada.
If your application is complete, we’ll let you know and we’ll send your application to one of our offices for processing. Once we start processing your application, we cannot refund your processing fee. Make sure you’re eligible before you apply.
You must include the processing fee with your application.