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If you want to immigrate to Canada through the Provincial Nominee Program (PNP), then a Canadian province or territory nomination is required. The first and the foremost thing required is to file an application to the PNP in the province or territory where one wants to settle. To qualify, one must have all the specified skills, education and work experience which is needed to settle in Canada and support living here. The submitted application will be assessed if the person is meeting their economic and labour market needs. After the approval from the province or territory, the next step is to apply for permanent residency within the time period specified.

There are two different ways to apply:

  • Nomination under an Express Entry PNP stream: If you are not already in the Express Entry pool, you will need to complete an Express Entry profile and be accepted into the pool.


  • Nomination under a non-Express Entry PNP stream: Permanent resident applicants who were nominated under a non-Express Entry PNP stream should apply for permanent residence using the regular application process.

Every province has a different selection process and conditions to provide a Provincial Nominee Certificate.
British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program(BC PNP)
The provincial economic growth depends on having skilled and capable people meet labour market. The BC Provincial Nominee Program is a way to gain permanent residency in B.C. province of Canada for highly-skilled foreign immigrants and experienced business persons. The province government nominates the candidates based on its eligibility criteria. British Columbia PNP is a point-based invitation system. It can be done byapplying within Canada or outside Canada. Highly skilled immigrants need the high priorities of education as well as experience in relevant field. The entry level and semi-skilled immigrant require BC experience.

Frontline Immigration assists the aspirants in applying for nomination and also preparing the file to send to the Federal Government for the final approval.