FYI, this is just for reading purposes only. I found this link.http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/resources/manuals/op/op07b-eng.pdf
7.6. Processing the application
When a visa office receives a certificate of nomination under the provincial nominee class, the
officer should proceed to issue medical instructions and carry out normal security screening
procedures as soon as possible, provided a complete application has been received.
Monitoring and compliance
Officers should request additional documentation or clarification from the applicant or the
nominating province if they are not satisfied that all criteria will be met by the applicant.
If the nomination certificate is not a sufficient indicator that a foreign national can economically
establish in Canada, an officer may substitute their evaluation of the likelihood of the foreign
national to become economically established in Canada for the nominating certificate. Such a
substitution requires that the officer consult with the government that issued the certificate and
also requires the concurrence of a second, appropriately delegated, officer.
The intention to reside in the nominating province should be reaffirmed in all cases. This is
especially important when it is anticipated that a significant time lag may occur between
nomination and visa issuance.
Officers who have reason to believe that an applicant, whose nomination certificate was issued
after September 2, 2008, was nominated on the basis of a passive investment, should proceed to
interview the client and/or request additional documentation to satisfy R87(5), (6) and (9)
When all requirements have been met, the officer may proceed to issue the permanent resident