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Work permits in Canada can be obtain through different processes, and through the legal aid from Calgary Immigration Lawyer | Russ Weninger.

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Work Permits Needed for AINP Nomination By Russ Weninger Calgary Immigration Lawyer

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Within the last couple of years many temporary foreign workers TFWs have applied for nomination under the Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program AINP which is Alberta’s provincial nominee program.

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Provincial nominee programs PNPs are special immigration programs established pursuant to federal-provincial agreements. Under the PNP system a province can nominate a certain number of applicants for permanent residence each year.

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There is a backlog of applications for AINP nomination. Under the agreement with Citizenship and Immigration Canada the Alberta government can nominate 5500 applicants a year.  The existing number of applications sitting in the queue likely exceeds the Alberta quota for two full years.

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This does not mean that it is a bad idea to apply for nomination under AINP . For one thing there is no government application fee to apply for provincial nomination. In many cases AINP may be the only viable option for would-be immigrants.

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AINP may in fact be a good option for recent foreign graduates who have post- graduate work permits that are valid for 2 to 3 more years. These former international students may be able to ride out the long waiting period that may be expected for a typical AINP application.

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AINP requires you to have a valid work permit at the time of nomination. If you no longer have a valid work permit when AINP wishes to nominate you your application for nomination will be denied.  You should consider exploring other immigration streams and forget about applying under AINP.

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Visit: www.calgaryimmigrationlawyer.com Contact: 403-265-4496 Email: russrussweninger.com

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