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Hi

I have got my profile number through my application in Express Entry. I have also registered with the job bank.

Can somebody enlighten me on how to apply for PNP program. Should I apply individually for each province

My wife is the main applicant and my kids and myself are dependants as per application

Your quick response will help us process faster

Thanks and Regards

Vasudevan


 
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Please go through these links and also study the application form provided.

Your Spouse must be qualified for a specific JOB. You can also look for a job in your field also. Look to see which Province has a demand for your Wife's skills and if there is an opening in that Province for a PNP. If so you can apply to get into that province. Generally it will take anywhere from TWO to THREE Months to get approved. Then the process starts. It can be easily predicted as to how long it will take once the approval process is completed. Choose any and all the Provinces, if there are PNP Programs are open in those provinces. Some are always open. A Few are in demand. Also try N.S.

National Occupation Code. First find the job code your wife is qualified for. (Also for yourself.)
N.O.C.
http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/helpcentre/answer.asp?qnum=1008&top=29

JOB PROFILE.:
http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/immigrate/skilled/profile.asp

PNP Guide. : http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/information/applications/guides/EP7TOC.asp

http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/information/applications/prov-apply-application.asp

Each Province has their own PNP programs and also Specific JOB Requirements. So, please search for the other provinces. See what kind of JOB Offers they have on their web. Then you apply to their PNP.

B.C. PNP.. : https://www.welcomebc.ca/Immigrate-to-B-C/BC-PNP-Skills-Immigration

ONT. PNP.. : http://www.ontarioimmigration.ca/en/pnp/OI_PNP_EE_CAPITAL.html
http://find.gov.on.ca/?searchType=simple&owner=oim&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.ontarioimmigration.ca%2F&offset=0&lang=en&type=ANY&q=PNP&search.x=0&search.y=0

Please post your queries under this post.

Good Luck to your spouse and yourself.

FH.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Provinces_and_territories_of_Canada


EDIT. : http://www.canadavisa.com/provincial-nomination-program.html
http://www.canadaexpressentry.org/provincial-nominee-program/nova-scotia.php
http://www.canadavisa.com/canada-immigration-discussion-board/oinp-ee-human-capital-priorities-stream-comprehensive-guide-t396543.0.html prepared by rajkamalmohanram

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Originally posted by Smartwork

Hi

I have got my profile number through my application in Express Entry. I have also registered with the job bank.

Can somebody enlighten me on how to apply for PNP program. Should I apply individually for each province

My wife is the main applicant and my kids and myself are dependants as per application

Your quick response will help us process faster

Thanks and Regards

Vasudevan





 
Last edited by: Full House on 10-04-17 03:40:47
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Thanks for the help in locating the provincial websites and for the guidance. Will start the process immediately

Thanks and Regards

Vasudevan


 
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I have an EE profile and have applied for PNP's and also searching for a job. Is there any other ways that I can enter Canada

Thanks and Regards

Vasudevan


 
Post ID: 234677 21-04-17 03:39:50
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The salary scales are about 20%-25% lower in the Vocational schools. The Universities do provide a better wage scale. If you do qualify for P.Eng., it will make it a lot easier to get into any post. So, EE is just the entry point. What other experience you possess needs to get evaluated too. And I do know there is more to it. So, go through the N.O.C. codes and evaluate yourself and the level you are currently working now and see if there are any job offers anywhere on the net.

The main Hardware Manufacturers are all the same. So, if you have a thorough understanding of all of what you have handled there, then you can look for the same group here in the North American Continent also. In Canada, they just assemble and maintain, but get it CKD kits. These companies can be your next employers here.

You can only prepare and get ready to apply, till you get entry into Canada. You will need a S.I.N. card. Then a place to hang your hat and a Phone number where any one can reach you etc., etc., Also these jobs are just an illusion. They come and they go. So, it will be good to know what passed you by when you were getting to know what are all the jobs that are NOW being posted to the websites. There will be many more candidates that will jump into the foray after the next batch of Engineers graduate in a few weeks. (Days) All of this is reality that you have to get to know, till such a time you are preparing to Immigrate into Canada. You are not here yet, so, those who are ahead of you in the queue get the head start.

It is my opinion that you should prepare well and be thorough in your preparations. In doing all of this, I would suggest that you get started and see if the Degree that you possess is recognized and get it evaluated, if you have not started on that process as yet. That is the first step. Then take it from there. Get all of this done before arrival here. That goes for your wife also. You still have ample time to get all of this done.

Good Luck.

FH.


 
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Quote:
Originally posted by Smartwork

I have an EE profile and have applied for PNP's and also searching for a job. Is there any other ways that I can enter Canada

Thanks and Regards

Vasudevan



Why do you want to come here ? Low level manual labour jobs are waiting for immigrants in Canada. You will save nothing and waste your life in this frozen Tundra.

Plus Canada is a very cold,dull, boring, undynamic country which preys on immigrants and their life savings.

Even local Canadians move to US for a better life. And you want to come here ?

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Hi,

I have an Express Entry profile through CIC. Do I need to separately apply for PNP again?

Suggest good provinces for me to apply separately, if need be.

TIA.

Best Regards,

Anuradha.


 
Post ID: 234714 24-04-17 14:44:59
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Go for it.
YES. You have to apply for PNP in each of the provinces that has an opening currently. BC May be one currently OPEN. Please check their website.

https://www.welcomebc.ca/Immigrate-to-B-C/B-C-Provincial-Nominee-Program

DO IT TODAY. (I hope you have very high IELTS Scores.)

FH.
Some are desperate and some are CHOOSY. So, take your pick. If I were you JUST GET IN and work for TWO good years and then branch off. The sooner the better, You know you are here within Canada and that is what counts.
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Originally posted by Anuradha Narayanan

Hi,

I have an Express Entry profile through CIC. Do I need to separately apply for PNP again?

Suggest good provinces for me to apply separately, if need be.

TIA.

Best Regards,

Anuradha.





 
Post ID: 234716 24-04-17 15:18:38
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other root -get study visa :) easy entry then figure out the ways.
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Hi Blue_Peafowl

Thanks for the suggestion. I am looking at ways of coming with my family


 
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