In the U.S. on an H1B? Alberta PNP has a new option for you – no job offer required

CIC News
Published: May 28, 2008

The province of Alberta, with its booming economy and expanding cities, has been working to make it as easy as possible to bring in foreign workers to contribute to the provincial labour force.  The Strategic Recruitment Stream, a new pilot project by the Alberta Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) can fast-track the issuance of Canada Permanent Resident visas to people who are in the United States on temporary work visas.  No job offer required.

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