We all know that the Canadian immigration is classified into 2 streams- Federal Express Entry and Provincial Nominee Program respectively, aspiring Canadian immigrants can note that under the Express Entry stream, candidates with work experience in any type skilled occupation may be invited to apply for the Canadian permanent residency, however in terms of the PNP pathway, experience in a specific line of work is very advantageous because each immigration pathway have their unique work experience criteria.
On various occasions, aspiring Canadian immigrants focus more on the economic immigration pathway of the Federal Express Entry and are downcast when they are not nominated through that stream that they forget the importance of the Provincial Nominee Program and why the Canadian government specifically designed that stream as an alternative in the immigration pathway. Canada is a well-structured and organized economy where candidates work experience has to be in line with the occupation needed to be filled in. Unlike the PNP, in terms of work experiences and job prescriptions, the Express Entry CRS only considers the amount of full time, part-time, general work experience and whether the occupation is considered “SKILLED”. This is not the case of the PNP ranking system as it takes a closer look on the in-depth experience in the classification of the occupation stated by the candidate and how it can solve the labor needs of the Occupation-In-Demand.
Provincial Nominee Program; Work experience in a specific occupation is required by a number of Provincial Nominee Systems, some of which are linked to the Express Entry Stream. These streams are allowed participating provinces to nominate foreign workers with the required work experience for the Canadian Permanent Residence. Many operate on an Expression of Interest System, which requires all candidates including Express Entry Candidates to register a profile with the provincial nominee program in question.
Occupation Specific Draws; A number of provincial streams have held the O.S.D based on their labor market needs. With the Labor market Priorities Stream, provinces like Nova Scotia has been able to fill in the need for early childhood educators, accountants, and financial auditors. New Brunswick filled her need for tech-related positions and Manitoba has found suitable candidates to fill business managerial positions to mention a few.
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