The PNP program permits each Canadian province to nominate people who want to immigrate to Canada.

Applicants for this pathway must first decide which province they want to live in before applying for a nomination. Following the submission of applications, the selected province will analyze the submissions and recommend people depending on the province’s own economic and labor requirements.

The very next step after being chosen is to apply to the federal government (IRCC).


  • 01

    Age should be between 22-55 years.
  • 02

    A Canadian Language Benchmark Test (CLB) score of at least 5 in English or French speaking, listening, reading, and writing abilities.

  • 03

    After graduating from high school, you must have completed at least two years of full-time post-secondary study.

  • 04

    A provable personal net worth of at least CAD$600,000, with at least CAD$300,000 in liquid money.

  • 05

    Having 5 years of work experience, 3 of which were spent managing and running a business.

  • 06

    Have at least 5 years of experience in a senior business management position.

  • 07

    Must live continuously in the chosen province while also owning and managing the business there.

  • 08

    To start a business in the chosen province, you must be able to invest at least $250,000 CAD of your own money.