Canadian Express Entry system allows the candidates from the pool of potential immigrants to get directly nominated by any province or territory, except Quebec, in Canada. All these provinces have their own Provincial Nominee Program (PNP). These sets of programs have been designed in order to provide the candidates with a chance for fast-tracked immigration. And through the prescribed guidelines and criteria of these programs, each province gets to target the workers, professionals, or students who exhibit the precise educational background, work experience, and professional skills that can readily fill the labor market needs and economic gap which the province might be facing.
Hence, one has to see if they meet the criteria of either Federal Skilled Worker, Canadian Experience Class, or Federal Skilled Trades programs. If the criteria are in fact met, the person can formally request through their Express Entry profile to immigrate and further become a permanent resident of Canada. The request is then met with a comprehensive scoring of the candidate on the basis of their work experience, skills, educational qualifications, language proficiency, and so on - also called Comprehensive Ranking System (a point-based system).