Provincial Nominee Program Processing Time


    Provincial Nominee Program Processing Time

    The processing time for Provincial Nominees who apply for a non-Express Entry stream (or the paper-based process) is 15-19 months. This time only refers to the time 'federal' part of the process or the time visa office takes to process your application. The province or territory you are applying to will also take some time to issue the nomination certificate.

    Entry into Canada through the Express Entry program (EE) is much faster. EE applications are usually processed within 6 months by the visa office. But there is other work to do before you apply for the program that also needs time, such as:

    • Arranging all the documents in order,
    • Getting your Educational Credential Assessment (ECA) done,
    • Taking language tests,
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    • Getting medical examinations done,
    • Getting your documents verified and making their copies,
    • Getting your security clearance certificate from police,
    • Arranging funds to pay all the fees, and
    • Meeting the educational or work experience requirements.

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