This highly depends on your situation, the CRS score on your Express Entry profile, and which PNP programs you may be eligible for.
Some PNP’s are faster than others, but keep in mind that EE will likely be quicker, if you have a high enough score for it. Not only that, a PNP is just the first step to then apply for PR (either through EE or the paper-based application), so it’s best to avoid PNPs if you can.
However, if you don’t have a high enough CRS score, sometimes those PNP programs represent the only available option.
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