- PROVINCIAL NOMINEE PROGRAM OF ONTARIO
- PROVINCIAL NOMINEE PROGRAM OF ALBERTA
- PROVINCIAL NOMINEE PROGRAM OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
- QUEBEC IMMIGRATION PROGRAM
- PROVINCIAL NOMINEE PROGRAM OF MANITOBA
- PROVINCIAL NOMINEE PROGRAM OF NOVA SCOTIA
Geographically Canada is divided into 10 provinces (Alberta, British Columbia, Quebec, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, Ontario, Saskatchewan) and 3 territories – Northwest Territories, Nunavut and Yukon.
Based on individual agreements with the Federal Government of Canada, almost every province and territory has its own immigration program to attract sought-after human resources, who will contrubute to its economic development.
Quebec holds a special place among the provinces. Since 1991 according to The Canada-Quebec Accord it is endowed with the most extensive powers for the selection and admission of immigrants. Quebec authorities establish their own requirements for individuals wishing to immigrate to the French-speaking province. Since 2011, one of such requirements is the submission of official French test (TEF) results when applying for Skilled workers category immigration program. Since August 2015 the adaptability factor is no longer taken into account, thus no points attributed. (Quebec also uses the selection ranking system to evaluate candidates for immigration).
In April 2015 quotas on accepted applications for all categories of economic immigration to Quebec (skilled workers, investors, entrepreneurs and self-employed) have been introduced.
Contrary to Quebec, the Nunavut territory does not even have an agreement with the Citizenship and Immigration Canada that would cover any immigration issue.
The most popular programs are Provincial Nominee Program of Alberta, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, British Columbia, Nova Scotia. The Ontario provincial program is also gaining popularity.
If you are interested in immigration to a particular province, please contact us. Our experts will help to evaluate your compliance with the requirements of the preferred province program.
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