Ontario widens its PNP: More people can qualify for fast-track Canadian immigration

CIC News
Published: February 25, 2009

What started as Ontario’s Pilot Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) in May 2007 has now come into its own as the full-fledged Opportunities Ontario Provincial Nominee Program.  The Ontario PNP will now be welcoming a greater number of newcomers from a larger array of skilled occupations.  The expansion of the program is great news for soon-to-be Canadian immigrants, many of whom plan to live in Ontario, as it offers a quicker and more efficient route to Canadian Permanent Residency.

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