An Express Entry applicant can certainly receive a Provincial Nomination while submitting an application from outside Canada, but it is far more difficult.
In order to do so, you have to determine which PNPs you may be eligible for, given your background, education, work experience, desired destination in Canada, and other considerations, including whether you’re applying from within or outside of Canada.
The biggest challenge you’ll face from outside Canada is that most programs require some sort of connection to Canada - a job offer, a degree, a relative, etc.
As an example, you can check out this video, explaining the process of immigrating through the Saskatchewan PNP. This program in particular does not require you to be in Canada (although having a connection there certainly helps with your application).
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