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Canada Plans to Admit 40, 000 Immigrants via Provincial Nominee Program

Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Jason Kenney, the Minister of Citizenship, Immigration & Multiculturalism, announced Canada's plan to admit about 40,000 immigrants under Canada's Provincial Nominee Program in 2011.

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The press released named Manitoba, Alberta and Saskatchewan as the top three provinces for provincial nominees. Here are the relevant links to information about this 3 provinces' respective immigrant nominee programs. Remember that knowing is half the battle.

Those interested to live and work in Canada under the provincial nominee program should also explore the province of Newfoundland & Labrador which enjoys a very positive labour market outlook in the next 10 years.

Know more about Newfoundland & Labrador Provincial Nominee Program here.

Nominee programs of provinces ensure that the benefits of immigration are felt throughout Canada. Skilled immigrants often prefer go to Toronto, Montreal & Vancouver. Looking for opportunities in provinces might increase a migrant worker's chance of achieving his/her Canada dreams.

This kind of immigration program also affords the provinces to get the skilled workers they need more quickly as application under this program are processed within 12 monts on average.

Think about Canada's Provincial Nominee Program.

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nancy john said...

I am more than happy that people who simply want to work here are allowed to do so but that is not the nature of the migration

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