Prince Edward Island PNP

Prince Edward Island PNP

Prince Edward Island (PEI) is the smallest province in Canada. Despite its size, it is one of the most popular destinations for prospective immigrants due to its riches in natural beauty, history, and Canadian culture.

Prince Edward Island has excellent schools, almost no pollution or traffic, and is the home of the historic Charlottetown Conference of 1864 which eventually led to the nation's formation. In addition to being the birthplace of the confederation, the province has an exceptionally high quality of life and is very popular among tourists, thanks to its fantastic beaches, top-rated golf course, and many cultural attractions.

Known as one of the safest and closest knit communities in Canada, it is easy to see why people from around the world want to live and work in Prince Edward Island. The easiest way for a foreign national to immigrate to PEI is under Canada's Express Entry immigration system. Here's what you need to know about the Prince Edward Island PNP, and its immigration streams.

 

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The PEI PNP (Prince Edward Island Provincial Nominee Program) is a program created for foreign workers to help the province’s economy by filling in in-demand jobs.

The program is divided into Several categories.

 

Prince Edward Island Express Entry Stream


The Canada Express Entry System allows the province of Prince Edward Island to attract potential immigrants for their provincial nominee program. The province can send a "Notification of Interest" to people whose Express Entry profiles match the criteria the province is seeking.

Individuals nominated for Canadian immigration by the PEI PNP will receive enough points under the Express Entry Comprehensive Ranking System to more or less be assured of an invitation during the next draw. Once given an Invitation to Apply for Canadian permanent residence, it does not take long to get accepted for PEI immigration, seeing as Express Entry processes applications in six months or less.

Not every applicant will be accepted into the Prince Edward Island PNP through the Express Entry System. Candidates must have skills that meet current PEI labor needs. These requirements vary over time as labor needs change in the province. Candidates are encouraged to investigate the current needs of PEI before applying for the Express Entry System. If nominated through a PEI Express Entry stream, potential immigrants can apply for residency through Citizenship and Immigration Canada's online system which is much faster.

 

Prince Edward Island Express Entry Stream Eligibility Requirements
Express Entry Profile
Language Proficiency  (CLB 7 for FSWP and CEC; CLB4 for FSTP)
Level of Education (tertiary qualification, high school and/or job-specific training or on-the-job-training)
Work Experience (1 year for FSWP and CEC; 2 years for FSTP)
Age (Express Entry Requirements)
Income or Settlement Funds
Average Processing Time is 6 months

 

 

Prince Edward Island Critical Workers Stream

The PEI Critical Worker Stream is employer-driven, allowing Island employers to fill low-skilled positions that they are unable to fill through the local job market. You can apply to immigrate to Canada through this stream if you are currently working in PEI with the exception of trucking-sector employers who may be recruited from other provinces within Canada.

 

Prince Edward Island Critical Workers Stream Eligibility Requirements

Connection to Province (work experience)
Job Offer in NOC C or D
Language Proficiency Minimum of CLB 4 or above
Level of Education (Secondary School)
Work Experience (Have worked a minimum of six months full-time for a PEI employer)
Age (18-59)
Income/Settlement Funds 
Average Processing Time is 18 months

 

Skilled Worker in Prince Edward Island Stream


You can apply for a nomination for permanent residency through the Skilled Worker in PEI Stream if you are currently employed by an Island employer. The Skilled Worker stream is employer-driven, allowing Island employers to fill high-skilled positions that they are unable to fill through the local job market.

 

Skilled Worker in Prince Edward Island Stream Eligibility Requirements

Connection to Province (work experience)
Job Offer in NOC O, A, or B
Language Proficiency Minimum of CLB 4 or above
Level of Education Post-Secondary Diploma or Degree
Work Experience at least two years of full-time work experience in the past five years
Age 18-59
Income/Settlement Funds 
Average Processing Time is 18 months

 

Skilled Workers Outside Canada Stream


You can apply for a nomination for permanent residency through the Skilled Worker Outside Canada Stream of the Prince Edward Island Provincial Nominee Program (PEI PNP) if you have a job offer from an Island employer. The PEI Skilled Worker stream is employer-driven, allowing Island employers to fill high-skilled positions that they are unable to fill through the local job market.

 

Skilled Workers Outside Canada Stream Eligibility Requirements
Express Entry Profile
Connection to Province
Job Offer  in NOC O, A, or B
Language Proficiency Minimum of CLB 4 or above
Level of Education Post-Secondary Diploma or Degree (2-years)
Work Experience at least two years of full-time work experience in the past five years
Age 18-59
Income/Settlement Funds 
Average Processing Time is 18 months

 

The Atlantic Immigration Pilot

The Atlantic Immigration Pilot is aimed at skilled and semi-skilled individuals looking to move permanently to one of the four Atlantic provinces, in this case namely Prince Edward Island.

There are three programs within the pilot, namely:

Atlantic International Graduate Program - for international graduates who have just graduated from a Prince Edward Island Institute.
Atlantic High Skilled Program - for skilled professionals with at least one year of experience and an accredited foreign degree or diploma.
Atlantic Intermediate Skilled Program - for semi-skilled workers with at least one year of experience, the equivalent of a Canadian high school diploma, and industry-specific training.

 


International Graduate Stream


You can apply for a nomination for permanent residency through the International Graduate Stream of the Prince Edward Island Provincial Nominee Program (PEI PNP), if you graduated from a publicly-funded PEI post-secondary institution. The International Graduate stream is employer-driven, allowing Island employers to fill positions that they are unable to fill through the local job market.

 

International Graduate Stream Eligibility Requirements

Connection to Province (education in PEI)
Job Offer a minimum of 2-years
Language Proficiency Minimum of CLB 4 or above
Level of Education (Post-Secondary Diploma or Degree obtained in PEI)
Age 18-59
Income/Settlement Funds 
Average Processing Time is 18 months

 

Business Start-Up and Entrepreneurship

Work Permit Stream

If you are interested in immigrating to Prince Edward Island and would like to invest in and run a business, you may be eligible for a nomination for permanent residency through the Work Permit Stream of the Prince Edward Island Provincial Nominee Program (PEI PNP). This stream is for foreign nationals with business ownership or extensive management experience who would like to move to PEI to start their business, and eventually become a permanent resident.

 

Work Permit Stream Eligibility Requirements
Net Worth $600, 000
Language Proficiency Minimum of CLB 4 or above
Level of Education Secondary School
Work Experience Have transferable management skills and past employment or business ownership experience;
Age 21-59
Performance Agreement 

What is a Performance Agreement?
It is an agreement that specifies what requirements you need to meet to get a PN from the province. These requirements are the:

  • Reports and watching of guidelines;
  • Reports of investments and when they occurred;
  • The amount you invested; and
  • Requirements of both pre and post nomination

Please note that if you:

  • Buy 100% of the company you must hand in a Sale Agreement; or
  • Buy 33.33% of the company you must hand in an Investment Agreement

 

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