The Northwest Territories Nominee Program (NTNP) is a Provincial Nominee Program (PNP). It is a collection of immigration pathways that offer an opportunity for foreign nationals to become Canadian permanent residents.
The Provincial Nominee Program allows qualified and experienced individuals to settle in the province and particular territories of Canada. Those provinces and territories nominate individuals who wish to immigrate to Canada.
The provincial nominee's program nominates people who:
Have skills, educational qualifications, and work experience to contribute to specific Canadian provinces.
He plans to live in that province.
You want to be a permanent resident of Canada.
Many provinces and territories participate in the PNP program along with their stream and requirements. These provinces can target students, entrepreneurs, skilled workers, and semi-skilled workers.
The following provinces or territories are currently participating in the PNP program:
Newfoundland and Labrador
Prince Edward Island
Once you are nominated for a province, you can complete the application form. There is an application packet provided on the IRCC website. Please fill out the form accordingly.
After completing your form, you may have to pay:
- Processing fees for you and the person on your request
- The fee for the right of permanent residence
- Biometric fee
- Third-party fees
Third-party fees include fees for:
- Medical exams
- Police certificates
- English language test
- Educational credential evaluation
Finally, check to see if you answer all questions, including fees, sign all forms, and include other supporting documents. Remember, incomplete applications will be rejected.
Please contact us for more information regarding Canadian Visa for The Northwest Territories Nominee Program (NTNP). We are always ready to make the entire process, easy and stress-free. Remember, we use our Authorized ICCRC-Portal so you will not be missed any chance for communication with IRCC at any stage of the Process.