Canada – PEI
Prince Edward Island Provincial Nominee Program (PEIPNP)
The Prince Edward Island Provincial Nominee Program (PEIPNP) is a great way to immigrate to people looking to settle in a safe and secure place, with small communities and a laid-back pace in the safest country in the world – Canada.
VNIS Investment works with Confederation Capital – an authorized agent for the PEI Provincial Nominee Program and recognized by the PEI Government.
- Member of G7 and NAFTA.
- Unspoiled environment with strict environmental protection measures.
- World-class public healthcare system (one of the best in the world).
- Excellent education system (one of the most respected in the world).
- Cultural, ethnic and religious tolerance is enshrined in the Constitution.
- One of the safest countries to live in, offering a high quality of life.
- One of the most valuable passports for international travel (visa-free travel to over 180 countries, including US and EU).
- Spouse and dependents are included in the settlement application.
- Dual citizenship is allowed.
About PEI – Prince Edward Island
Known as the “Garden of the Bay”, Prince Edward Island is located in Saint Lawrence Bay, north of Nova Scotia and east of New Brunswick (where it forms the Northumberland Strait).
The island has two urban areas. The capital, Charlottetown, is the largest and centrally located city on the south coast of the island. Located 40 kilometers west of Charlottetown is the city of Summerside.
The landscape of the island is natural: undulating hills, pristine forests, white sandy beaches, oceanic coves and famous redlands. These combine to give Prince Edward Island its reputation as a province of outstanding natural beauty.
The island’s lush landscape has had a strong influence on its economy as well as its culture. Author Lucy Maud Montgomery drew inspiration from the land during the late Victorian Era, as the setting for her classic novel Anne of Green Gables. Today, the Island is visited by many tourists in all seasons of the year. They enjoy a wide range of recreational activities, such as beaches, golf courses, eco-adventures, countryside tours, and cultural events organized in local communities. .
Smaller rural communities, as well as towns and villages throughout the province, pride themselves on retaining the slower-paced, old-world flavor that’s been a big part of Royal Island’s popularity. Prince Edward as a destination to relax. Most of the rural communities on Prince Edward Island are based on small-scale agriculture, as the size of the farmlands is quite small when compared to other areas in Canada.
The island’s coastline includes a combination of long beaches, dunes, red sandstone cliffs, salt marshes, and numerous bays and harbors. Beaches, dunes, and cliffs are composed of sedimentary rocks and other materials with high concentrations of iron, which oxidize when exposed to air, giving them their red color. The geological characteristics of the white sand in Basin Head are unique to the province; The sand grains make a rubbing sound as they rub against each other as they move forward, naming them “Singing Sands”. Large dune fields on the north coast can be found on barrier islands at the entrances to various bays and harbors. The beautiful sand dunes in Greenwich hold special significance.
|EOI Form (Expression of Interest)||0-6 Months|
|Application Preparation||0-2 Months|
|Work Permit||12 Months|
|PR Application||12 Months|