Provincial Nominee Programs


Downtown-Saskatoon

Provincial Nominee Programs, also known as PNP, are a faster way to Permanent Residency and remain popular year after year. They are managed by their respective province and vary widely from one province to another. The most interesting programs are the Business Programs, where business people with a minimum net worth of C$300,000 (USD$273,000, Euro$200,000) and 2 or 3 years business experience, can purchase or start a business and apply for Permanent Residency. Please refer to these currently opened programs.

BC Business PNP
You would like to start or purchase and expand a business outside of the Vancouver and Abbotsford metropolitan areas.
You have a personal net worth of at least $400,000.
You intend to invest at least $200,000 in (and acquire at least one-third equity ownership of) the business.
You can commit to creating at least one new job for a Canadian citizen or permanent resident.

New Brunswick Business PN
Program outlines:
– have a minimum verifiable personal net worth of CDN$300,000;
– have a minimum 3 years of relevant and proven management experience as a successful business owner or senior manager in the private sector.

Manitoba PNP
Program outlines:
– have a minimum verifiable personal net worth of CDN$350,000;
– have a minimum 3 years of successful business ownership and management experience or a minimum 3 years of executive-level experience as senior manager of a business.

New Brunswick Business PNP
Program outlines:
– have a minimum verifiable personal net worth of CDN$300,000;
– have a minimum 3 years of relevant and proven management experience as a successful business owner or senior manager in the private sector.

Saskatchewan PNP
The Saskatchewan Business Provincial Nominee Program is being reviewed. We will post information as soon as it is published.

Nova Scotia Regional Labor Market Demand
This program does NOT require a job offer and has very generous criteria.

Please contact us today to find out if your could qualify under a Provincial Nominee Program.