Nov 27 | Posted By

Six of the 10 provinces have Provincial Nominee Programs (PNPs) that allow them to recommend candidates for citizenship based on their economic needs. Although provincial governments cannot make the final decision for citizenship, the federal government often accepts these nominations and uses discretionary powers to grant citizenship to applicants. This makes the PNPs a fast-track to citizenship for certain people. Highly skilled workers, especially medical professionals, are often nominated. So are investors and businesspeople. In…

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