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For Judy, WIKI, Disadvantage of PNP

Old Jun 28th 2008, 8:48 pm
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Default For Judy, WIKI, Disadvantage of PNP

Hi Judy;

YOu seem to have only 1 disadvantage for applying for PNP

And just wondered from a previous thread I posted about what happens when one is a nominie from one province say BC and then LATER ON after getting PR the person decides to move to a different province say Ontario toronto - is this not allowed? is this also a disadvantage for going through the PNP route?

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Old Jun 28th 2008, 9:13 pm
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Default Re: For Judy, WIKI, Disadvantage of PNP

All PNP's are intended for immigrants who have the intention to settle permanently in nominating Province, they are not shortcuts to by-pass long waiting queue.

Thus the requirement to settle in nominating Province and intention to do so declared and signed with both, PNP and federal applications, are not disadvantages of any kind to applicants who genuinely want to settle in nominating Province.

Remember - when applying for PNP and later for PR visa applicants sign declaration to settle in nominating Province. Without such declaration, no matter how well they may be qualified and needed by the Province they will not be nominated.

Once moving permanently to Canada PNP nominees must settle permanently in the nominating Province, regardless excuses they may have for not doing so. If they won't settle and move out of nominating Province shortly after landing, if they won't make a substantial, well documented and solid effort to establish themselves successfully in nominating Province then PNP may revoke the nomination and as result PR status becomes void.

It is the disadvantage only to those who have no intention of settling in nominating Province and want to abuse the program. Thus you can't call it a disadvantage in general terms - it is to the benefit, not disadvantage, of genuine applicants to enforce the rules and signed declarations. More abusers are caught and deported the less of their followers will try to abuse the system and genuine applicants will benefit from speedier process.

PNP nomination is based on the agreement between nominating Province and applicant - Province nominates you, as a result you get your PR in a matter of months, not years and it is your duty to honor the agreement and settle in nominating Province. If you change your mind later then return your nomination and get back in line like everyone else. Your returned nomination will be given to someone who really want to settle in nominating Province.

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