Accelerated Immigration to Ontario Province: Ontario Pilot Provincial Nominee Program (Pilot PNP)

Accelerated Immigration to Ontario Province: Ontario Pilot Provincial Nominee Program (Pilot PNP)
Ontario’s Pilot Provincial Nominee Program (Pilot PNP) has been operating in Ontario since May 24, 2007. If you previously could immigrate to the Province of Ontario only under the Federal program and the process of reviewing the application took at least 1-3 years, immigration under the Accelerated Program Pilot PNP will only take a few months.
With the new accelerated program, Ontario’s employers themselves can seek and invite suitable people from other countries. The Pilot PNP program lists 20 occupations in Ontario, mainly in the areas of health, education, production and construction. In most cases, the applicant will need to obtain a Work Permit or permanent resident visa issued by the CIC.
If the Nominee meets the requirements of the Pilot PNP, he must obtain a Provincial Nomination Certificate, which confirms the Nominee’s right to work and live in Ontario. Further information about the Nominee is transferred to the Provincial Authority of Ontario. Those who make sure that such a worker really needs a province, send data about him to Ottawa, where the Canadian Immigration Service CIC checks the Nominee for his health and safety for Canada to issue a Work Permit or Grant Permanent Residence, .
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