Tuesday, July 21, 2015

Express entry in Canada through Provincial Nomination Program -Explained by Apex Visas

Express entry is an electronic application management system that aims to facilitate and expedite efficient processing of Canada’s various immigration programs.  Express Entry allows a candidate to apply for immigration through various means. One of those means is Provincial Nomination Program. Under PNP (Provincial Nomination Program), a province can nominate a candidate who is interested in migrating to Canada and settling in a particular province and is a part of the Express Entry Pool. Each province has its own nomination program which helps a great deal in expediting the permanent residency for an applicant.
Quite recently, various new provinces have been added to PNP including Saskatchewan. The provinces have their own criteria for picking the applicants. An applicant, if nominated by a province, gets an additional 600 points on the Comprehensive Ranking System score. Various provinces consider work experience as an important parameter for nominating a candidate, with Saskatchewan, Prince Edward Island, Manitoba and Nova Scotia as exceptions. Saskatchewan accepts 775 applicants without a job offer and Nova Scotia accepts 350 such candidates.  If selected for PR through PNP, the applicant is to live in that particular province.
Apex Visas consultants are experts in the immigration domain and we handle all the overheads concerned with the paper work and guide you towards an immigration option that suits the best to your needs. With our prowess, we will handle all your queries and make your application process smooth.

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