New Brunswick’s Provincial Nominee Program (NBPNP)
New Brunswick, located on Canada's east coast along the Atlantic Ocean, provides a unique way of life as well as fascinating job prospects. We value newcomers' experiences and abilities. Our provincial immigration programmes enable the Government of New Brunswick to designate those who have the best chance of establishing themselves economically in the province. These are economic immigration programmes, not family reunion programmes, protected people programmes, or humanitarian and compassionate grounds.
The New Brunswick Skilled Worker Stream is for foreign nationals who have the necessary skills, education, and work experience to contribute to the economy of New Brunswick. Candidates must meet the program's minimal qualifying standards, have a legitimate job offer from a New Brunswick employer, and intend to live and work in the province indefinitely.
This initiative will also assist New Brunswick firms who are unable to fill employment vacancies with a Canadian citizen or permanent resident by assisting them in recruiting foreign nationals and international graduates with talents in demand in the province.
Foreign nationals with the skills, education, and work experience to contribute to New Brunswick's economy who are ready to live and work in the province and complete the requirements for each level of the Express Entry Stream are eligible to apply.
a. The applicant has submitted a federal Express Entry Profile and has a valid Federal Express Entry Profile Number and Job Seeker Validation Code.
b. The applicant is currently living in New Brunswick and is either:
The New Brunswick Firm Immigration stream is an economic immigration channel for experienced entrepreneurs who are ready to start, run, and manage a business while permanently settling in New Brunswick.
This stream's applicants must meet the minimum age, language, education, personal net worth, business ownership and/or senior management experience, and business concept requirements. At the time of the EOI, application, and nomination, all eligibility requirements must be met. It is not a guarantee that you will be nominated if you meet the eligibility conditions.
The Government of New Brunswick (GNB) reserves the right to consider only certain types of new businesses or the purchase of existing businesses for economic development. Decisions are based on the economic situation of the New Brunswick labour market, current inventory, yearly nomination allocations distributed by IRCC, and any other factors determined by GNB.
The New Brunswick Strategic Initiative stream is for French-speaking workers with the skills, education and work experience to contribute to New Brunswick’s economy, and who are ready to live and work in New Brunswick permanently.
New Brunswick firms can use the Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program (AIPP) to hire foreign skilled employees and recent international graduates who desire to live and work in the province. Employers who are approved under the programme will be able to attract and hire people with the skills, education, and work experience needed to contribute to the economy of New Brunswick.
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