Application for Permanent Residence – Provincial Nominee Class (PNC)

The Provincial Nominee Class (PNC) is a provincial and territorial based permanent residency program in Canada. Provincial Nominee Class (PNC) is a two-step program. The applicants first have to apply for nomination to the Canadian province or territory where they intend to live. The province / territory then assesses the applicants’ application for nomination based on their established nomination criteria. The candidates who demonstrate ability to settle into the economic and social life of the province and territory are most likely to be nominated.  

Once the applicant has been nominated by the province or the territory, the applicant must apply for permanent residence to the Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC). An immigration officer then assesses your application for permanent residence under provincial nominee class based on Canadian Immigration Laws and Regulations.

If you are planning to apply for Permanent Residence under Provincial Nominee Class (PNC), please contact your own Canadian Immigration Lawyer Bikramjit Singh to schedule a consultation meeting to discuss your matter.

Phone: (780) 729 – 0007