Migrate to Prince Edward Island
Prince Edward Island is Canada’s smallest province. But these days, the province is attracting immigrants on a larger scale with its lenient immigration policies and attractive immigration programs.
The percentage of immigrants in the total population of Prince Edward Island is low compared many other provinces. But the province is trying to promote growth of its economy by welcoming more and more immigrants every year. The number of immigrants in Prince Edward Island has been rapidly increasing over the past years.
How to immigrate to Prince Edward Island?
The provincial nominee program of Prince Edward Island(PEI PNP) has three categories:
- PEI PNP Express Entry
- Labour Impact Category
- Business Impact Category
Prince Edward Island PNP Express Entry
Those who have entered the Express Entry can apply to the Express Entry Stream of Prince Edward Island PNP.
The candidates under this stream must be eligible for one of the following federal economic immigration programs:
- Federal Skilled Worker Program
- Federal Skilled Trades Program
- Canadian Experience Class
Labour Impact Category
Labour Impact category of Prince Edward Island PNP has three streams under it:
- Skilled Worker Stream
- Critical Worker Stream
- International Graduate Stream
Skilled Worker Stream: Employers in Prince Edward Island can support a skilled foreign worker they have identified or hired to apply for Canadian permanent residence.
Critical Worker Stream: The Critical Worker Stream is a pilot program which is reviewed every year for assessing its impact on the industries it represents and the occupations selected. PEI employers can help a semi-skilled or unskilled foreign worker to apply for Canadian permanent residence through this stream.
International Graduate Stream: This employer-driven stream allows PEI employers to hire graduates from recognized PEI universities and colleges.
The province also welcomes people to start business in some of the smaller, more rural communities as part of the entrepreneurial stream of the Prince Edward Island Provincial Nominee Program (PNP). Under the ranking system of the program, the candidates who receive letters of recommendation from the island’s rural towns get more points than those who plan to settle in the capital city of Charlottetown.
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