How The Provincial Nominee Program Benefits The Provinces

May 26, 2008 by  
Category: Immigration Law

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In some provinces, there are incentives and disincentives designed to encourage people to move to lesser populated areas. For instance in British Colombia, you have a lower threshold for investment if you are a business entrepreneur wanting to establish a business in rural B.C. as opposed to the lower mainland. In the lower mainland, the […]

How The Provincial Nominee Program Applies To Students

May 23, 2008 by  
Category: Immigration Law, Students

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Most of the provinces and the federal government have come to realize that foreign students make some of the very best immigrants to Canada. They are already here and are acclimatized. They have already adapted to our society and are familiar with the culture, economy, and even the weather. If they still want to stay […]

Provincial Nominee Programs And Skilled Worker Status

February 11, 2008 by  
Category: Skilled Worker

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Unlike the federal skilled worker program, the provinces each have their own needs for specific occupations. Typically, the skilled worker programs for the provinces are employer driven rather than applicant driven. This means that it’s the local employer in British Columbia (or Alberta or another province) who comes to the provincial government saying: we are […]

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