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New Brunswick is located in northeast Canada and is the only official bilingual Canadian province with about 30% of the French-speaking population. Like other Canadian provinces, New Brunswick also has its provincial nominee program called as New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program (NB PNP).
NB PNP targets prospective immigrants who have skills and work experience to receive a New Brunswick Provincial Nomination Certificate which allows the foreign nationals to apply for Canada PR application.
NBPNP is dived into the below immigration streams:
EELMS allows the Provincial Nominee Program of New Brunswick, NB PNP to use the Federal Express Entry System to meet the specific labor market and demographic needs of New Brunswick.
It accepts the Expression of Interest (EOI) profile of the candidates on the 1st day of each month till 15th. Candidates must be currently working in the province, or have a high degree of language proficiency in French, and work experience in one of the priority occupations of the Province.
Candidates applying under NB PNP must:
This stream accepts the application from the individuals with a full-time and permanent job offer from a New Brunswick’s employer.
PGES is an economic immigration option under NBPNP which is open to the candidates who have completed their graduation from a recognized university of NB Community College.
Applicants must first submit their Expression of Interest to Post-Secondary Education, Training, and Labour Department of NB. They will be issued with an Invitation to Apply (ITA) for provincial nomination from NB once selected by NBPNP.
This stream allows the applicants who plan to own and manage actively a business in NB that will contribute to the economy of NB. They are expected to invest in the business.
Entrepreneurial Stream functions as the Expression of Interest (EOI) System. The first step to apply under this stream is to submit an EOI to the Post-Secondary Education, Training, and Labour Department of NB.
An applicant will get scores based on seven factors as below: