Apply for Provincial Nominee Program PNP if not succeeded in Express Entry

The application process for Express Entry is difficult due to its high requirement of CRS score as compared to Provincial Nominee Program. The PNP are better options if do not have more than 445 CRS score as there are some which give nomination with CRS 400.

The Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) is while applying to Canada Permanent Residency through Express Entry or Canada Provincial Nominee Program. With regard to latest news, a minimum of 445 CRS score decided on 3rd October due to perpetual arranging of Express Entry Draws.

Under Express Entry, there are three main federal economic immigration categories — the Federal Skilled Worker Class, the Federal Skilled Trades Class and the Canadian Experience Class.

This cut-off has brought relief to many of the Express Entry applicants. But there were some candidates who were disappointed and unaffected by the decline in the score as they scored less than 440.

There is no need to worry as there are other ways by which you can migrate to Canada.

A candidate has two options-

  1. Increasing their CRS score– By working on selections factors such as work experience, education, language proficiency etc
  2. Provincial Nominee Program(PNP) – You can apply for the provincial nomination by applying to this program and can easily live in the respective province

Why apply to Provincial Nominee Program?

The candidates can avail myriad of benefits out of Provincial Nominee Program and can apply to PNP by following the eligibility criteria.

The list is long when you come to PNP benefits as mentioned below-

  1. If you get nomination from the province if you qualify the process and can procure extra 600 points towards your Express Entry Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score.
  2. Some of the provinces do not have any restrictions for mandatory job offers.
  3. There are several provinces that offer fast processing time.
  4. The latest changes introduced in different PNP and one of them is low level language proficiency or low CLB.

What are the provinces that allow entry of the candidates with as low as 400 CRS score?

Almost each province has its own selection procedures and eligibility criteria through which they select the candidate’s profile from the pool of applicants. A score of 400 CRS can give you the chance to move to different provinces who accepts this much score.

The Provinces are-

  1. Saskatchewan
  2. Ontario

In Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) follows different type of selection model in which a minimum of 60 points is required out of 100 points on selection grid. Under Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program, there are four types of streams-

  • International Skilled worker (ISW) Category
  • Saskatchewan Experience Category
  • Entrepreneur Category
  • Farm Category

Ontario Immigration Nominee Program (OINP) is another PNP program that offers utter benefits to the applicants. Ontario grants Notifications of Interest (NOI) those who qualify the eligibility criteria. The minimum CRS score to apply for the OINP is CRS 350 to 400 which are determined in the latest Express Entry draw.

OINP has three streams-

  • Human capital priorities Stream
  • International Students with job offer
  • International Students without job offer

So, there are heavy chances of getting Permanent Residency for Ontario due low CRS score.

Make Visas experts will guide you through the whole application process and other related formalities attached to it. We facilitate the overseas workers the facility of free visa assessment test to know whether they are eligible to apply for the program.

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