The Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) is designed as the most direct path to immigration offered by the Canadian Government.Get Started Today
This immigration program provides Canadian provinces and territories an opportunity to address their specific economic development needs while distributing the benefits of economic immigration across all provinces and territories. A PNP allows a province to nominate an applicant for immigration to Canada to settle in that province, based on the province's economic needs.
Canada has specific requirements for its immigration business plans and we ensure that we cover all the required deliverables. The plan must explain the type of business being purchased or established, as well as detailed financial projections demonstrating that the purchase of the business will benefit the local economy and labour market.
Every province that has a Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) has its own criteria and specifications for business plans or business establishment plans that meet their needs. When a PNP business plan is submitted to the appropriate provincial office, the officers make sure that the business plan meets their standards. If any details are missed or the plan is not of the right quality, the application will be rejected.
Many provinces are moving to point-based systems. We understand these systems and know how to get maximum points for your clients. We work with immigration consultants and immigration lawyers to make sure that the PNP business plan complies with all provincial requirements and gets the maximum points possible for the applicant AND their business. The business plan will also help your clients run a profitable business.
Provincial Nominee Program application processing times are based on the latest information available from Canadian immigration authorities. As of August 31, 2018 the Government of Canada is committed to processing all complete applications within 15 to 19 months for provincial nominees.Contact Us Today
This processing time only applies to the federal portion of the processing once a complete has been submitted to the Government of Canada.
It does not include the time it takes for the province or territory to process the nomination certificate.
If the Government of Canada finds that your application is incomplete, it may be returned and this may result in processing times delays.