Canada Provincial Nominee Programs | BetterPlace Immigration

Provincial Nominee Program (PNP)

Each province has the right to determine its own immigration programs to address any labour shortages specific to their province.

 

Most Provincial Nominee Programs require applicants to have a prior work or study experience in their province.

 

There are, however, a few provinces that have their own skilled worker systems in line with the federal express entry system to select immigrants who have no prior work or study experience in their province.

Let us help you in making Canada your new home

04/10/2017

 

I was in touch with multiple consultants for my immigration application. However, only few were actively responding to my emails and phone calls. And better place were serious and on time.

 

Cecilia Dizon, College Teacher, Philippines

 

Why Canada?

In Canada you can fulfill your career aspirations, enjoy a high standard of living and a good quality of life, live in a democratic-free society, live in safe communities with low crime, live in a clean and healthy environment, have access for free education for your children, have access to free healthcare services and so much more.

How to start?

Complete our registration form. Our experts will review your information and determine whether you meet the candidacy requirements or not.

If you meet the requirements, you will be assigned with a Personal Account Manager who will contact you to provide you with a comprehensive overview about the offered services and register you to our Immigration Setup Package.

BetterPlace Immigration is a private website and it is not affiliated with the Canadian government. Our immigration services are being provided by Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultants (RCICs), members in good standing with the Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (ICCRC) and Immigration Quebec.

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