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Apply for Canada Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) 2023


Canada is a top destination for skilled professionals and entrepreneurs seeking to immigrate from various parts of the world. As a land of abundant resources, it provides skilled professionals with unparalleled opportunities to be a part of one of the world's most advanced economies and provides diverse career prospects. Canadian Permanent Residents are entitled to similar privileges as full citizens, such as free healthcare, education, legal protection, and sponsorship opportunities. Additionally, PR cardholders can attain full citizenship after residing in Canada for only three years and have the option of migrating to the United States. These are among the many reasons why Canada attracts many immigrants each year.

Although Canadian provinces follow the general guidelines of the Express Entry program, they have the freedom to set their own criteria for assessing potential immigrants' eligibility. It's essential to note that each province has its separate requirements, which are subject to change at any time without prior notice.

To understand each PNP General Criteria, we provide a general guide that outlines the minimum eligibility requirements for immigration to Canadian provinces through the Provincial Nominee Programs.



The Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP) is the province’s economic immigration program. It works in partnership with the Government of Canada through Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC).

To qualify under Ontario’s Express Entry streams, you must have received a notification of interest from Ontario and have an up-to-date profile with your most current work experience, language tests, and education in the federal government’s Express Entry system.

  • French-Speaking Skilled Worker stream: for French-Speaking skilled workers with the required work experience, education and language proficiency in French and English

  • Human Capital Priorities stream: for skilled workers with the required work experience, education and language proficiency in French or English

OINP works with Valid Express Entry Profile.  It selects Candidates from Express Entry Pool. No separate application is required or submitted. Current Cut off is 430 - 450+ CRS



The Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP) selects candidates for Manitoba immigration based on the province’s specific economic needs. The program’s aim is to be flexible to Manitoba’s labor market and broader economic priorities

The MPNP for Skilled Workers Overseas nominates applicants who demonstrate an established connection to Manitoba through:

  • the support of family members or friends;

  • through previous education or work experience in the province; or

  • through an Invitation to Apply received directly from the MPNP as part of a Strategic Recruitment Initiative. or

  • You have a job offer from Manitoba.

The last points cutoff for overseas workers without job offer but strong family or friends support was 686.



The Alberta Express Entry Stream allows Alberta to nominate a limited number of qualified candidates from Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada’s Express Entry system.

Based on available profile information in the Express Entry portal, Alberta may select candidates and send them a Notification of Interest letter in their federal Express Entry profile. This information is self-declared by candidates in the Express Entry pool.

You may receive a Notification of Interest letter if you:

  • Have an active Express Entry profile in the federal Express Entry pool

  • Have stated an interest in immigrating permanently to Alberta

  • Are working in an occupation that supports Alberta’s economic development and diversification, and

  • Have a minimum Comprehensive Ranking System score of 300.


If you have one or more of the following adaptability factors, this may increase your likelihood of receiving a Notification of Interest letter:

  • Alberta job offer and/or work experience

  • A graduate of a Canadian post-secondary institution

  • A relative that is living in Alberta: parent, child, brother and/or sister