Provincial Nomination Programs are a boon to Canada’s immigration

The year 2019 has been a complete blend of surprises and in the favor of Immigration applicants so far.  Most of Canada’s Provincial Nominee Programs are organizing draws on a regular basis to provide Invitation to apply (ITAs) for a candidate to apply for a provincial nomination.  With Canada’s mission, to invite one million skilled migrants over the next three years, the provincial nomination program plays a fundamental role. Alone PNPs have a target of 255,200 over the next three years. Therefore, PNPs do play an imperative part. Candidates who are ineligible for Express Entry Program either of age factor or IELTS score should see this a golden opportunity to migrate to Canada permanently.

This year PNPs have been quite active. Take a look at the provinces that are launching draws to invite immigrant applicants.


After updating its Occupation list, this province is regularly releasing draws and issuing ITAs to the highest-ranked candidates. The latest Expression of Interest (EOI) draw of Saskatchewan was released on June 20 and a total of 479 candidates with minimum points score 68 have received an invitation to apply for Provincial nomination under Occupation In-Demand and Express Entry subcategories.

Prince Edward Island

Recently, on June 20, 2019, this province released its draw and invited 113 candidates under Business Work permit Entrepreneur stream and Labour & Express Entry Category with the minimum point score 112 for Business Work Permit Entrepreneur Stream.


Manitoba is also there in this race as it released its EOI based draw on June 7, 2019, to invite 209 candidates under different streams. Manitoba has been very active in issuing invitations to the deserving candidates.

Nova Scotia

Talking about the most populous province of Canada, Nova Scotia invited a total of 312 candidate in the recent draw held on June 3, 2019 and invited Early childhood educator candidates.


Alberta is considered as the best PNP to apply for Canada PR nomination because of low score requirement. Till this stage in 2019, the province has already invited 3,554 candidates, with low score requirements.  Last time, this province releases its draw on May 15, 2019, to invite 197 immigration candidates with CRS as low as 301 points.

 Why you should apply for Canada PR through PNP?

Candidates with low CRS in the express entry system can go for PNPs as provinces invite applications with even low score. The process of attaining permanent residence visa gets a little fast and easier when you have a provincial nomination from a province. If you want to apply for Canada PR through any of above-mentioned programs, this is the right time.

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