Immigration Lawyers for The PEI Provincial Nominee Program
Prince Edward Island (PEI) is considered one of four Atlantic maritime provinces (which are in Eastern Canada). The region boasts a lower cost of living. It is the smallest but most densely populated province. The climate is moderate given the warm waters form the Gulf of St. Lawrence. PEI is known for its beautiful sandy beaches and dunes and its economy is centered around tourism, agriculture and fishing. Immigration is growing more rapidly than in any other part of Canada but only about 2,000 immigrate annually.
Prince Edward Island Provincial Nominee Program Streams
Prince Edward Island PNP Frequently Asked Questions
After you get PR from the PEI PNP, do you have to live there?
You should intend to live in PEI at the time you apply. Nevertheless, the Canadian Constitution guarantees freedom of mobility and so if you change your mind after becoming a Permanent Resident, you may move to another area of Canada.
What is the PEI PNP and how does it work?
You must first complete an application and receive a nomination. Then you must apply for the federal stage which involves assessment for medical, criminal and security issues.
What is faster: the PEI PNP or the Atlantic Immigration Program?
In our experience, the Atlantic Immigration Program is faster.
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