WES webinar: David Cohen on Express Entry-linked Provincial Nominee Programs

CIC News
Published: June 29, 2018

Express Entry candidates nominated by a Canadian province or territory receive an additional 600 points toward their Comprehensive Ranking System score, effectively guaranteeing them an invitation to apply for Canadian permanent residence.

Knowing your Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) options is therefore essential for any Express Entry candidate who is serious about improving their score and wants to get on the immigration fast-track.

In a new on-demand webinar hosted by the World Education Services (WES),  CICNews and CanadaVisa.com founder David Cohen shares insights and strategies for applying to a number of popular Express Entry-linked PNPs that don't require a Canadian job offer, and a few that do.

David is a senior partner at the Canadian immigration law firm Campbell, Cohen and has more than 40 years’ experience assisting clients in pursuing Canadian immigration.

In the webinar, David discusses three types of PNPs that don't require a Canadian job offer, including the Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program's Human Capital Priorities Stream and two popular first-come, first-served streams located in the provinces of Nova Scotia and Saskatchewan.

Express Entry candidates with a job offer will also find information on a number of PNP streams that require arranged employment.

For more information on David’s presentation and to register for the on-demand webinar, please consult the WES website.

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