Did you know that there are several ways to immigrate to Canada? One key to a successful permanent residency application is understanding which of these immigration programs best aligns with your skills, education, and work experience.

Each program is unique and designed for different skills and aspirations. Explore which one harmonizes seamlessly with your talents and career goals to enhance your chances of application approval.


Immigrate through the Express Entry

Express Entry is the Canadian government's immigration system that manages economic immigration programs: the Federal Skilled Worker, Federal Skilled Trades, and Canadian Experience Class. Foreign nationals create online profiles with information about their skills, work experience, education, and language proficiency. They are then ranked in the Express Entry pool based on the Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) scores they received. Subsequently, top scorers get an invitation to apply for permanent residence, submit their applications, undergo processing, and, if approved, receive permanent residency in Canada.


Express Entry is the fastest and most efficient way for skilled workers to immigrate to Canada. Get started today. You may be fortunate enough to meet the required CRS score or even receive a high score sufficient for an Invitation to Apply.


Immigrate through the BC Provincial Nominee Programs (BC PNP)

The BC Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) is the permanent residency application managed directly by the province of British Columbia. It aims to attract and nominate individuals with the skills, experience, and ability to contribute to the province's economic development for permanent residence. BC PNP includes various streams tailored to specific categories: skills immigration (for workers and recent graduates) and entrepreneur immigration. Similar to Express Entry, you must receive an Invitation to Apply before applying for permanent residence.


Immigrate through the Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot

The Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot (RNIP) is designed for individuals seeking employment and immigration opportunities in Canada's rural and northern regions, including Vernon and West Kootenay in BC. A job offer from a participating community and community endorsement are prerequisites to initiate a permanent residency application. Upon successful approval, you and your family can relocate to Canada, contributing significantly to the economic development of smaller communities and addressing population decline in these regions.


Immigrate through the Atlantic Immigration Program

The Atlantic Immigration Program (AIP) attracts skilled foreign workers and international graduates from Canadian institutions to work and settle in Canada's Atlantic provinces—Newfoundland and Labrador, Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia, and New Brunswick. This immigration program aims to assist employers in filling job openings that they cannot fill locally. You can start your permanent residency application when you obtain a job offer from a designated AIP employer.


Your journey toward a fulfilling career and permanent residency with Sure Immigration begins here. Let us guide you through the distinctive features of each program and discover which path aligns perfectly with your career and family goals. Email us at