Category Archives: Applying from Outside Canada

PEIPNP: Business Impact Category

The Business Impact Category provides the opportunity for foreign nationals to be nominated by Prince Edward Island to become permanent residents of Canada providing they invest in and actively manage a business in Prince Edward Island. The Business Impact Category is looking for interested businesspersons who can demonstrate vision, leadership and determination. Together with a growing population and economy, we are confident that a choice to invest in and operate a business in Prince Edward Island will serve not only the interests of the business person themselves but the entire province at large.

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PEI PNP

The program nominates individuals it deems likely to make a positive contribution to the province. Applicants are assessed on criteria set by Immigration Services within the Labour Impact and Business Impact Categories. The PEI PNP establishes nomination targets for each category under the program based on the province’s priorities.

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NLPNP: Immigrant Entrepreneur

This category is designed to attract entrepreneurs who are willing to establish a new business in Newfoundland and Labrador or purchase all or part of an existing business in the province. To be considered as an eligible applicant under the Immigrant Entrepreneur category, you must:

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NLPNP: International Graduate

the International Graduate Category

The NLPNP International Graduate Category is for international students who have graduated from a recognized post-secondary educational institution in Canada, to be considered for nomination for permanent residence in Canada.

Graduates interested in applying under this category must do so within two years of the date of their graduation.

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NLPNP: How To Apply for NLPNP?

Newfoundland PNP

Applying to the NLPNP is a simple process. First, potential applicants must determine which of the four categories they belong to Skilled Worker, International Graduate, Family Connections or Immigrant Entrepreneur. Following this, the potential applicant will download and complete all required provincial and federal forms for their category and gather the required supporting documentation (eg. Birth Certificates, Diplomas, Passports etc). Once this is completed the candidate will send in all forms and documentation to the Office of Immigration and Multiculturalism. Below is a brief overview of the four categories.

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THE BRITISH COLUMBIA PROVINCIAL NOMINEE PROGRAM

skilled workers
recent international graduates from eligible Canadian post-secondary institutions
recent masters and doctorate graduates from a BC post-secondary institution in the natural, applied or health sciences (for this category only no job offer is required)
designated health professionals
entry-level or semi-skilled workers in select occupations

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