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British Columbia

British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BCPNP)


In British Columbia, where Vancouver, one of the most preferred cities in Canada is located, it is possible to acquire Canadian permanent residency by gaining experience through employment.

With the unique mild weather of BC, abundant jobs, and excellent infrastructure, the BC PNP is the provincial immigration program with the most applicants.

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Alberta Advantage Immigration Program (AAIP)

Alberta is home to Calgary and Edmonton, the fourth and fifth largest cities in Canada. It is a popular region as one of the provinces with the lowest taxes, as no provincial tax is levied.

The AAIP (likely referring to Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program or another specific program) proceeds as an assessment system where only minimum requirements need to be met.


There are no deductions due to age, making it relatively easy and highly evaluated among Canadian immigration options.



Ontario Immigration Nominee Program (OINP)

Ontario has a total of nine streams and utilizes the scoring system of the Expression of Interest (EOI) for the Ontario Provincial Nominee Immigration Program application system.



Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP)

Manitoba, Canada operates a total of seven independent provincial immigration programs.

The Expression of Interest uses a scoring system out of a total of 1000 points. It is a kind of relative evaluation system that gives the opportunity to support provincial immigration to Manitoba for those who receive high scores.


Nova Scotia

Nova Scotia Provincial Nominee Program (NSNP)

With nine streams, the Nova Scotia provincial government aims to secure personnel with the necessary expertise, making technology, qualifications, experience, and education the key eligibility criteria.

If the requirements for the application are met, it is possible to apply for permanent residency.


Atlantic PR Program

Atlantic Immigration Program - AIP

It is an immigration program being implemented in four provinces near the eastern Atlantic of Canada (Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, PEI, Newfoundland and Labrador).

The previous AIPP (Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program) pilot program has been converted to a regular immigration program, AIP (possibly Atlantic Immigration Program). It is operating under three programs (AHSP, AISP, AIGP).

Provincial immigration is possible in all provinces except Saskatchewan and Quebec.


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