New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program (NBPNP) also know as the New Brunswick PNP is a territory migration program made through an understanding with the Canadian Government. Since it is a program that is economic in nature, the NBPNP chooses  and designates, qualified, skilled workers and business people who will from anywhere in the world in New Brunswick, allowed that they are effective for the economy.

New Brunswick has distinct migration program streams, focusing on specific groups, and selection criteria like other Canadian provinces. A few streams focus skilled workers who have employer support and/or family support, graduates, entrepreneurs etc. The selection criteria differ and are available in the program directory and information  alongside the application.

Selection Criteria of the New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program (NBPNP)

The New Brunswick Express Entry Program has Expressions of Interest (EOI) for which it is currently accepting people who meet the following criteria:

  1. The candidate has presented an Express Entry Profile and also possesses a Federal Express Entry Profile Number (valid) and applicant Validation Code. All these needs are written down on the EOI form.
  2. The candidate is currently working and living in New Brunswick, with an employment letter from the business required on the EOI form.
  3. The N.O.C code for the current occupation is for a rank that meets N.O.C Level A, 0, or B: N.O.C code has to be given on the EOI form.
  4. The candidate has valid test points in language with points equal to CLB7 in each of the four language skills: a duplicate of language test results have to be present along with EOI submission.
  5. The candidate must offer an Educational Credential Assessment (ECA) which bears witness to what could be comparable to a Canadian High School degree or diploma: a duplicate of the ECA needs to be contained with the submission of EOI.

How to apply for the New Brunswick PNP?

To apply for New Brunswick ,PNP program, the following necessary documents are:

  • Determine whether you are qualified to apply for a specific immigration program stream for permanent residency and check which stream meets your needs the best. In order to do as such, check all the guidelines for application, concentrating on their Eligibility Requirements.
  • Apply in the New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program Stream that is most encouraging for you. Make sure to follow the outlined steps in the Document Check List in your specific stream.
  • Have your credentials assessed, look for some kind of employment if you don’t have a job currently? Make sure to improve your language skills in both English and French.
  • Research as much as you can about New Brunswick and Canada.
  • Wait for, and receive, the refusal letter or provincial nomination certificate.
  • Once you have been nominated, your application will be delivered to Immigration, Refugee, and Citizenship Canada. They will further facilitate your application, making a choice if can obtain permanent residency or not. During this duration, you will be required to pass medical tests, and there will be a criminal check on your record.
  • Develop a budget for the 3 to 6 months in your new country and province and get prepared financially.

What to do after you are nominated?

After the nomination with the Express Entry system, you will possibly get an invitation to Apply for Permanent Residency by CIC following a CIC round of invitations. Should you be invited to submit an application for permanent residence in Canada, you will have 60 days to submit an electronic application for permanent residence.